Although Morsi, MB/FJP's presidential candidate has around 2% of the votes today according to most opinion polls, it is most likely that he will be a finalist in the second round of Egypt's first post-revolution Presidential Elections.
This is the power of organization, financing and the power of being in power. With 400+ FJP members of Parliament (both chambers) and their election crews in addition to thousands of municipality hopefuls eager to show their loyalty in his service, it is easy to understand how such an absurd paradox can be possible.
You could say that this is a failure of democracy, that a powerful group or party can push its unpopular candidate and shove it down the throats of the voters, but no one has ever accused democracy of being perfect.
The solution to Egypt's one-sided democracy game is creating choices. Establishing well-organized competition for under-represented political streams and constituencies.