September 08, 2009

I'm Sorry Honduras

Via Vodkapundit we find Ralph Peters in the NY Post writing about the most reprehensible thing to happen in a long time (and that's saying something in the Age of Obama):
Our thug-worshipping diplomats figured they'd slip it by us. With the nation focused on barbecues and the beach, they announced that, if Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez's client, Manuel Zelaya, isn't returned to power in Honduras, the United States won't recognize the results of that country's upcoming free elections.

WTFF? Seriously, what the fuck is going on? They're too happy to recognize Iran's rigged, before and after the fact, election and never had kind words to say about the protestors who were being shot in the streets and dying "while escaping" custody but this poor country just following their Constitution is beyond the pale?  (alternatively, beyond the pail)
Whiskey Tango Foxtrotting Foxtrot?

Nice Deb has an interesting post on this too, go read it. She notes some "coincidences" that seem to tie Obama, Chavez, Zelaya, Soros, drugs, smuggling and money-laundering all together in a cum-inducing post that goes a long way to explaining why he always sides with the dictator and budding dictator. Bring a tissue. You'll feel like Merry and Pippin as the tree se... ummm, nevermind.
 
Imagine the fun a journalist with a budget and "sources" and stuff could have.
Too bad Obama and the rest aren't conservatives.
(edited to make sure I meant he should say nice things about the protestors being shot, not nice things about them being shot).

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