Zelaya was removed as president of Honduras on June 28th by his country's Supreme Court, its Congress, and its Military. Now he's "All That". Or is he?
Reuters reports on the fact that his replacement, Roberto Micheletti, is not backing down (nor should he). As the saga plays out, the truth begins to reveal itself. Even Democrat U.S. Congressman Eliot Engel from New York has changed his tune.
Reuters quotes Mark Ruhl, a specialist on Honduras.
The longer this goes on, the better it is for Micheletti.
Micheletti needs to hold on.
"A lie makes it halfway around the world before the truth can get its pants on."
- Winston Churchill