Comments: "Change" is right

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The Honduran Dictator is not someone who was put into power by the people. It is the subsequent person who was put into power partially by the military and a fradulent letter claiming to be signed by the democratically elected President Zelaya.

Posted by lukeweyland at August 30, 2009 08:27 PM

Be a bit more clear, please Luke.

If I understand you correctly, yes, Zelaya was democratically elected. So? He then sought to illegally overturn the checks and balances in his country and refused to obey legislative and supreme court mandates/decisions. Imagine if Richard Nixon never resigned and refused to leave office when impeached and convicted. If the military had to be called in to remove him, would that have been just?

Posted by Hube at August 30, 2009 08:42 PM

thanks Hube, did you have to stuff so much bad news into one post?

Posted by anonni at August 30, 2009 10:02 PM

Sorry anonni -- just a friendly reminder of what we've seen in the last 7 mos. and before!

Posted by Hube at August 31, 2009 03:39 PM