According to the democratic peace proposition, democratic states should promote democracy in non-democratic states not only as a value but also as a genuine interest. During the last two decades, the G. W. Bush and Obama administrations made a group of initiatives and adopted various policies to promote democracy in Middle Eastern countries. The Middle East has been incorporated into these initiatives, and subsequently turned into a subject of the US drive for political reform. This paper argues that although the US tried to wrap its rhetoric proclamations about democracy with a normative character, its actions deemed to be totally materialistic or utilitarian. Democracy has never been an end for US foreign policy, but a means to an end. That’s why it failed. This paper tries to explain this argument Grounded Theory method.