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Sen. Kerry wants report that proves Obama wrong and that the Honduras removal of Zelaya was legal destroyed

zelaya_chavez Instead of using the report that shows they were wrong as a reason to change their support of a dictator wanna-be, they want to retract it and destroy it.

Zelaya was legally removed from office because of treason, theft, graft, attempted voter fraud, and attempting to circumvent the Honduras constitution.  The Law Library of Congress report shows this.  Obama doesn’t care and wants to support the good friend of Castro and Chavez.

Ignore the truth, hide the truth, destroy the truth.  My guess is that people didn’t realize that this was the “Change” they were voting for.

A month ago, the Law Library of Congress reviewed the removal of Manuel Zelaya from his post as President of Honduras, an act that the Obama administration called a “coup” and demanded reversed for its illegality.  To the embarrassment of the White House and State Department, the Congressional body determined that Honduras acted lawfully in removing Zelaya for his crimes against their constitution, although they determined that his exile broke Honduran law.  Now John Kerry wants the Law Library to retract its findings, apparently trying to rewrite history to hide the facts of the case:

The chairmen of the House and Senate foreign relations committees are asking the Law Library of Congress to retract a report on the military-backed coup in Honduras that they charge is flawed and “has contributed to the political crisis that still wracks” the country.

The request, by Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass. and Rep. Howard Berman, D-Calif., has sparked cries of censorship from Republicans who say the Democrats don’t like what the August report said: that the government of Honduras had the authority to remove President Manuel Zelaya from office.

Zelaya has been holed up at the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa for several weeks, and high-ranking U.S. officials arrived Wednesday to try to broker a resolution.

Critics of the Obama administration — which condemned Zelaya’s removal in June — have pointed to the report as evidence that the White House was wrong when it sided with most Latin American countries in calling for Zelaya to be returned.

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