Honduras Rises Above American Meddling
When Honduras's left-wing president, Manuel Zelaya, took a page out of the Castro/Hugo Chavez playbook to violate his country's constitution and become a dictator, the country reacted in a positive way. By kicking him out.
But the Americans demanded his return. It looked bad.
But the facts on the ground gave support to the Honduran military's decision to oust the would-be dictator. Eventually he returned and a new election was held.
Well, all's well that ends well as the Bard says. I like Honduras.
The American Spectator : AmSpecBlog : Honduran Crisis Ends Quietly
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