Is anyone paying attention to what's going on in Honduras? I only began reading about it today. It seems uncertain what the truth is. Is this an illegal coup by the military, or is the military abiding by their Supreme Court's ruling, and constitution? I only know what I've read, so who knows which is true. I certainly couldn't say at this point. Have any of you been following this more closely? Obama, Chavez, Castro, Noreaga, and some other assorted leaders are calling it illegal. Obama says Honduran ouster was 'not legal' The WSJ has an article out that explains, generally, what transpired with the Supreme Court, president, AG, and military general. O'Grady: Honduras Defends Its Democracy - WSJ.com I find this very fascinating in the sense that it made me wonder what would happen here, in a similar scenario. What would the military do if the SCOTUS ruled that the presidents actions were unconstitutional, and the military were ordered into action. Interesting stuff. CNN Ah, and here we have it maybe? Apparently, term limits just don't appeal to some people. Go figure. Looks like they sell Coke and Pepsi all over the "free" world.