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Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by Ahab, Jun 29, 2009.

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  1. Ahab

    Ahab Well-Known Member

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    US President Barack Obama said Monday that the United States believes that ousted leader Manuel Zelaya "remains the president of Honduras."
    Obama said that the coup which ousted Zelaya was "not legal" and added that it set a "terrible precedent,"


    Could it be that he is afraid it just might happen here?
     
  2. Milkbone

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    B. Hussein is just upset because they sent a Castro clone packing.
     
  3. Don Steele

    Don Steele Well-Known Member

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    Just remember when you hear "Big Media's" reporting on this story...
    Hugo Chavez and B.H. Obama BOTH love the guy that was ousted. He's been taking Honduras to the left as fast as possible, and our President doesn't like it that he got stopped.
     
  4. stokinpls

    stokinpls Well-Known Member

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    Moron wanted to extend term limits. Sound familiar (Obama's buddy Chavez did it in Venezuela)? Moonbat lib socialists probably have his face on a T-shirt by now.
     
  5. crusha

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    Sheeeeet....he'll either be elected to the top seat at the United Nations or have a Nobel Peace Prize before you can say, "This is Mandalia Del Barco for NPR."
     
  6. jimrich60

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    Just a few days ago, the Obama publicly said (speaking of the uprising in Iran) that "other countries internal politics were none of our business". Guess it all depends on whether it is a peoples uprising for freedom, or a marxist being thrown out for violating a constitution and country's laws as to whether we should interfere. Obviously the one does not like countries who depose their law breaking marxist rulers. Does not want to lose any of his fellow marxists I guess.

    Jim R
     
  7. timberfaller

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    Honduras is leading by example, We should do the same!

    The Hondurain's have been waiting to do this for months and they finially did it, they must value their Constitution more then we do our's!
     
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