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July 1, 2009

Krauthammer on Obama administration's support of Honduran leftist dictator-want-a-be (Updated)

Topics: Police Brutality and Corruption

Krauthammer on the Obama administration's defense of leftist Honduran President Zelaya, a man who was ousted by the country's Attorney General, Congress, and Supreme Court - because he was trying to strong arm his way to an illegal referendum to make himself Presidente for life: "Whenever you find yourself on the side of Hugo Chavez, Daniel Ortega, and the Castro twins, you ought to re-examine your assumptions" (Hat tip - Nice Deb):


It appears that our leftist dictator-want-a-be just can't help but defend another leftist dictator-want-a-be, and has no problem being in the company of other leftist despots like Hugo Chavez, Daniel Ortega, and the Castro twins, and the Honduran leftist despot and now former President Manuel Zelaya. Every American should be against military-backed coups, but in the case of Zelaya, the country's Attorney General, Congress, and Supreme Court were involved in what appears to be a necessary action due to illegal and unconstitutional acts.

More commentary at Nice Deb.

For an opposing (decidedly leftist) view, check out The Field.

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Posted by Richard at July 1, 2009 6:40 AM



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