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Congratulations to Honduras for standing up for democracy and law and against socialist thugs like Chavez and Obama

November 29, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

I am happy to see that Honduras was able to stand up to Obama and the other socialist tyrants who tried to force them to ignore their own constitution.  I am glad that even with Obama trying to force them to put dictator wanna-be in power, they had the strength to stand for democracy.

Honduras, you won.  Obama, you lost.

Honduras, please remember that Republicans support your democracy and your rule of law.  Obama ignored every report that said you acted legally to push his socialist agenda on you.  It looks like America is against you, and sadly, its “leader” is.  But, as you voted out a tyrant, so will we.

And free people spoke today and kicked Obama in the can and the Chavez backed Zelaya out. Another stunning blow for the insufferbale commie President of the US.

In Elections, Honduras Defeats Chávez Wall Street Journal

Unless something monumental happens in the Western Hemisphere in the next 31 days, the big regional story for 2009 will be how tiny Honduras managed to beat back the colonial aspirations of its most powerful neighbors and .preserve its constitution.

Despite the nefarious  and incomprehensible backing of Oblunder

Yesterday’s elections for president and Congress, held as scheduled and without incident, were the crowning achievement of that struggle.

National Action Party candidate Porfirio Lobo was the favorite to win in pre-election polls. Yet the name of the victor is almost beside the point. The completion of these elections is a national triumph in itself and a win for all people who yearn for liberty.

The fact that the U.S. has said it will recognize their legitimacy shows that this reality eventually made its way to the White House. If not Hugo Chávez’s Waterloo, Honduras’s stand at least marks a major setback for the Venezuelan strongman’s expansionist agenda.

The losers in this drama also include Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Spain, which all did their level best to block the election. Egged on by their zeal, militants inside Honduras took to exploding small bombs around the country in the weeks leading to the vote. They hoped that terror might damp turnout and delegitimize the process. They failed. Yesterday’s civic participation appeared to be at least as good as it was in the last presidential election. Some polling stations reportedly even ran short, for a time, of the indelible ink used to mark voter pinkies.

Obama and Chavez Backed Zelaya Repudiated in Today’s Honduras election – Atlas Shrugs

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