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Saturday, August 29, 2009


Eduardo commented on my earlier post that Zelaya has rejected Micheletti's offer allowing him to return to Honduras in exchange for Micheletti stepping down and Zelaya not being reinstated. Not only has Zelaya rejected the offer but so has the OAS and if reports are correct, the United States may end up officially declaring Zelaya's removal a "coup d'etat", which would lead to the suspension of $215 million in aid.

The AP HAS REPORTED that the deal is in fact dead because Zelaya refuses to accept its conditions.

Micheletti has been schooling Zelaya ever since the latter was removed from power but he's consequently also been punking Hugo Chavez, Daniel Ortega, and the Castro brothers by extension. In fact, the longer this goes on, the more foolish Obama looks because of his support for Zelaya's reinstatement.

However, this offer by Micheletti may trump everything he's done so far. It shows him as willing to cede power on the condition that Zelaya not insist on being reinstated as president. Considering how long Zelaya would be in office if he was reinstated (a few months), it makes NO SENSE for him to decline this offer unless he intended to trash his country's Constitution by attempting to pull something akin to what his buddy Hugo Chavez did in Venezuela. In particular, as was charged, using a referendum to become president for life.

By turning this offer down, Zelaya has unmasked himself for what he is and Micheletti can deliver another big fat, 'I told you so' to the rest of the world.

Initially, it looked like the continued U.S., O.A.S., and U.N. pressure was starting to wear on Micheletti by his offering this compromise but this may be his biggest victory in the standoff yet because of how it exposes Zelaya as the power-hungry would-be dictator he's accused of being.

Their is courage on display in Honduras that is truly amazing.

The best way to defeat evil is to get it to unmask itself.

Roberto Micheletti may just be a genius.

HERE IS A LINK to my earlier post.


My bottom jaw is still down and resting on my keyboard so please excuse any misspellings. A protester outside the town hall of U.S. Representative Jim Moran (D-VA) at South Lakes High School in Reston, VA is told by a cop that he no longer lives in America. That's not all. There's plenty more. This guy appears to have been overcome by spores and now has Obama-fever.

DATELILNE: Reston, VA - August 25th, 2009

A man holding an Obama-as-the-Joker poster similiar to this one was ordered by Police Officer Wesley Cheeks, Jr. to take it down. The best reason given as to why this one had to be taken down while others could remain up was that this particular poster had a "picture" on it. Well, 65% of all communication is visual so I can see why Officer Cheeks may be offended by an image rather than words but that still doesn't give him the right to act like he's working for a banana republic.

Among the unbelievable quotes are:
"My Job said it can't be here so I'm doing my job."
Or how about Cheeks' explanation for why this particular poster can't be up but others can:
"You got this with a picture. That's the difference. This got a picture on it. That don't have a picture on it."
Or this:
"Sir, if you put the picture up, you will be charged with trespassing and you will have to go."
Lastly, when the poster holder claims, "but this is America", Cheeks says,
"It ain't no more, OK?"
See for yourselves..

Take note of the third party in this video who tries to help the cop out by saying that schools have different first Amendment rights rules. You can hear him chirping all the way until the end of the video. Cheeks even tried to piggy-back on that claim as well.

I've already spoken with an 10 year plus Austin cop who happens to be an Iraq / Afghanistan vet about that claim. His response?

Total Bunk.

One other item of note is that Howard Dean allegedly spoke at this particular town hall.

h/t to GATEWAY PUNDIT who is stepping up big in these uncertain times.


While the latest proposal for a resolution to the crisis in Honduras has come from sitting president Roberto Micheletti and may be viewed by some as caving in to international pressure, at the moment, I'm seeing it a bit differently.

The WASHINGTON TIMES is reporting that Micheletti has made an offer that will allow Manuel Zelaya to return to Honduras but not as president. To this point, Micheletti has played hardball, saying that if Zelaya returns, he will be arrested for (among other things) treason. It may appear that Micheletti is softening his stance but their may be some hidden genius in this proposal because of what it will reveal. Also, keep in mind (as the Times reports) that Micheletti is not offering to drop the charges against Zelaya that he had millions of dollars stolen from a bank in Honduras days before the illegal referendum he was going to have administered.

This is where the hidden genius comes in....

If Zelaya accepts the offer, Micheletti will step down as president. The question then becomes, 'How thirsty for power is Zelaya?'

Clintonite Lanny Davis is rarely, if ever, quoted in a positive light by yours truly but he will be here. As an attorney that represents Honduran Latin American Business Council, Davis said the following:
"(this proposal) shows Mr. Micheletti is not concerned about power -- he is offering to resign entirely from public life. ... The question is, does Mr. Zelaya acknowledge that no one, even the president, is above the law?"
Davis has that exactly right.

Yes, Micheletti is backing off the hard line but he is also setting the stage for Manuel Zelaya to reveal his true colors. If Micheletti, whose government removed the Zelaya for wanting to hold on to power, is willing to step down in return for Zelaya agreeing to permanently sit out and Zelaya refuses, what will that say?

For some reason, I'm reminded of a passage from Scripture. When King Solomon was confronted by two mothers both claiming to be the mother of one baby. Solomon had a sword brought and was prepared to cut the baby in half..

1 KINGS 3: 23-28
23The king said, One says, This is my son that is alive and yours is the dead one. The other woman says, No! But your son is the dead one and mine is the living one.

24And the king said, Bring me a sword. And they brought a sword to the king.

25And the king said, Divide the living child in two and give half to the one and half to the other.

26Then the mother of the living child said to the king, for she yearned over her son, O my lord, give her the living baby, and by no means slay him. But the other said, Let him not be mine or yours, but divide him.

27Then the king said, Give her [who pleads for his life] the living baby, and by no means slay him. She is the child's mother.

28And all Israel heard of the judgment which the king had made, and they stood in awe of him, for they saw that the wisdom of God was in him to do justice.
If Micheletti is willing to step down and Zelaya is unwilling to back down, which one of the two is ready to put the well being of the nation ahead of his own selfish desires?

h/t to HOT AIR for the link to the article.
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