It causes me no small amount of embarrassment and shame as a proud American that Obama systematically sides with evil and the suppression of free men across the world as a matter of foreign policy. Nothing illustrates this as nakedly as Obama's support of the mullahcracy in Iran and the Chavez backed Zelaya coup on Honduran democracy.
In Honduras, it is vile that America would not support democracy lovers struggling to preserve their democracy.
America is being tested in a way she has never been tested before. We will work through this - we will survive the enemy in the White House. And for those fighting for freedom across the world - hold on! This is a lesson America had to learn.
The message to the Honduran people - we stand with you! Your bravery and fight against an enemy within and the powerful forces of evil across the world are a beacon of light and hope. As an American, I stand in awe.
The latest American blow to free standing democracy is the Obama-Chavez threat to constitutional democracy in Honduras. President Michelletti's response to Secretary of State Clinton has not been reported anywhere in the MSM (surprise). Here is an excellent report by Greg Contreras, based on el heraldo in Tegucigalpa.
Surrounded by countries ruled by communist strongmen supported by the Obama administration, Honduras is bravely struggling to maintain its constitutional sovereignty.
On Sunday (July 19), Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called Honduran President, Roberto Micheletti from New Delhi, to strongly encourage the president to permit ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya to return to power. She warned him that the “consequences” would be that the relationship between Honduras and the United States could suffer, if he did not relent and allow Zelaya to return.
In his first comments since Secretary Clinton’s warning, President Micheletti responded, in a press conference Monday, that the Honduran government would not countenance the imposition by any country of the restoration of Jose Manuel Zelaya to president of Honduras, according to “El Heraldo,” one of Honduras’ online and print news outlets.
“We are firmly against the imposition that they want to make, that any country in the world wants to make here. We must be respected. We ask no more than that the people of the world listen to us,” the president said.
Speaking of the negotiations going on in Costa Rica between the Michelletti government and former president Zelaya, being moderated by Costa Rican president Oscar Arias, Micheletti said: “we are making every effort to assure that the discussions (in Costa Rica) end in a positive way, short of the return of that one who broke the Constitution of the Republic (of Honduras), not once but many times” referring to deposed president Zelaya.
Go, read it all.
Previously at Atlas: Busted: Corrupt Zelaya Fixed Election Results for Vote that never took place