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Obama backs wrong Dictator

President Zelaya of Honduras fled under pressure from that country’s Supreme Court and Congress because he wanted to throw out their Constitution and become despot for life.  As usual, our man in office’s response played into the hands of Chávez and Castro in the Honduras crisis.  Through slow timing and weak words (“I am deeply concerned by reports coming out of Honduras regarding the detention and expulsion of President Mel Zelaya.”), Obama allowed a near revolution in Latin America – an area becoming more un-democratic and de-stabilized by influence of Hugo Chávez, Fidel and Raul Castro and Daniel Ortega and their push toward socialist/marxist agenda.  It is imperative that we no longer take a stance of appeasement toward despots and dictators, but as Americans, stand up for the Rule of Law in other countries whose people need our prayers and help.  What do you think would be an effective way we as individuals and as a nation could help the people of Tegucigalpa?  See also


July 6, 2009 - Posted by | Agenda of the Left, Politics, Wake Up | , , , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. • AP: Venezuela Assumes Control of Spanish-Owned Bank

    “The people of Honduras don’t want this. That’s why the military acted. We need to stand on the side of democracy and freedom. Unfortunately, we have a president whose knee-jerk reaction is: When there’s trouble in a country, support the tyrants. I wonder why he feels such a kinship with every global dictator.”
    – Mark Belling

    Comment by Lisa | July 7, 2009 | Reply

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