Here, you are urged and encouraged to run your mouths about something important.

Friday, July 31, 2009


But I have a few anyway. I heard about this picture while listening to Rush today but seeing it really says it all. One of those shots you find yourself staring at for several moments. Says much about Obama. Hopefully a paradigm-changer for Gates if he lets it sink in.

As for Crowley.... Truly a public servant.


Talk about wasting your energy. Telling Obama to stop talking is about as fruitless as an oak tree. Wait, are acorns considered fruit? Anyway, Obama once said, "it's better to talk than not to talk" so I don't think he's going to pay any attention to Rudy but worth watching...


Regardless of the ideologies which exist within the current government in Honduras (I'm not all that familiar with the players' backgrounds or beliefs), one thing that I can say is that I wish our leaders were at least half as insistent that their country's Constitution is adhered to.

Again, as events have played out since Manuel Zelaya was removed from office by a near unanimity of the rest of the government, he is looking more and more like the thug and his replacement looking more and more vindicated. That vindication is really beginning to make Obama's policy that Zelaya be reinstated look more foolish by the day.

What's more is that with the recent revocation of the visas of four Honduran government officials (one of whom was the Supreme Court Justice that signed papers ordering Zelaya's removal), it's beginning to damage Obama politically as Senators Richard Lugar (R-IN) and Jim DeMint (R-SC) seem to be tag-teaming to get answers from Hillary Clinton..

"The complexity of events that led up to the Honduran crisis has given rise to questions regarding U.S. policy," Senator Richard Lugar, one of the Senate's most respected voices on foreign policy, wrote to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
DeMint went a step further by informing Clinton of a potential consequence if clarity isn't provided:
Because of U.S. support for Zelaya, conservative Republican Senator Jim DeMint has threatened to delay a Senate vote on the nomination of Arturo Valenzuela to be assistant secretary of state for western hemisphere affairs, the senior diplomat in charge of Latin America at the State Department.

"I request that the Department provide interested Members a detailed clarification of the steps that it has taken, and intends to take, in response to the events that transpired in the run-up to and period after the forced removal of President Manuel Zelaya from Honduras," Lugar wrote to Clinton.
Most telling about who's right and who's wrong in this is the Obama Administration's actions coupled with their silence and stonewalling when it comes to explaining them.

Again, by holding its ground, Micheletti's government seems to be getting the real Obama to unmask himself.

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