In stead we want a stable, decent, humane government that will restore order so that the tourists will come back, protect minorities like Christians, Jews, Shia, and who ever else there might be, from prosecution by the Sunni majority, and have enough support to stay in power. If such a government is less than democratic, so be it.
And we don't really get our choice in the matter. Egypt will be governed by who ever can gain the backing of the Egyptian people, the Egyptian establishment, the Army, and what ever other important power blocks there might be. Or if not backing, at least acquiescence. The best we can do is pick sides and give the side we like what support we can. If we pick the losing side, the penalty is lasting enmity from the winners.
There are two sides in Egypt. One is the Muslim Brotherhood. The other is the Army. Both sides are powerful. The Army side was able to stage massive street demonstrations that brought down the Muslim Brotherhood president, Morsi. The Muslim Brotherhood is staging massive demonstrations today to reinstate Morsi. Both sides are two big to ignore. Nobody knows which side is stronger.
One thing we do know. We don't want the Muslim Brotherhood to win.
The Muslim Brotherhood was formed in the 1920's as an anti British underground. The were outlawed by every Egyptian government from that day to last year. The British, Nasser, Sadat, and Mubarak each outlawed the Brotherhood and jailed it's members. The Brotherhood assassinated Anwar Sadat. They stand for imposing Sharia law, forcing women into burkas, cutting women's genitals, and killing all non Muslims. They want to drive the Israelis into the sea. Al Quada, Abu Nudal, Hezballah, Osama Bin Laden, and a bunch of other nasties learned the terrorist business in the Brotherhood.
Obama seems to like the Brotherhood.