Again, your reasoning is flawed. Those 70% of the Christians that voted for Aoun in 2005 did not leave anyone, they were not with those traditional zou3ama from the offset. Just go back and check the Christian voters in the elections, it was around 10% during the Syrian occupation. So it's not like the Christians had a za3im and when they saw someone clean, they left their za3im to go with Aoun. Those who were with the za3im are still with him as long as he provides services. And that goes for all the sects.No I am not.
While I agree with you that people are not completely innocent in this matter, however they seek a leader to help them reach a better place.
My proof for that is that when Aoun returned, most of the christians already have been under the "protection" of some za3im, like Michel el Murr and others and they were benefiting from their "services" however when Aoun returned with his change and reform speech , they left the traditional zo3ama and followed him...
Eventually as time passes, everyone discovered slowly but surely that those slogans are only empty words, with zero seriousness to implement any of them.
Of course if you listen to bassil you will think he will do miracles (isa khallou) and you will go to cyprus in undersea train, like the eurostar.
He will tell you everything you want to hear...
Bottom line, people need a leader and unfortunately we have samasra, min Aoun w bel nezel
Most of the population is corrupt and all they care about is themselves. And the Politicians are a representation of this population, plain and simple.