Monday, September 21, 2009

The U.S. is trying to force Honduras to violate its constitution.

America interfering in the internal politics of another country? Where's the left's outrage?

"The Supreme Court of Honduras has constitutional and statutory authority to hear cases against the President of the Republic and many other high officers of the State, to adjudicate and enforce judgments, and to request the assistance of the public forces to enforce its rulings."

—Congressional Research Service, August 2009


"Ever since Manuel Zelaya was removed from the Honduran presidency by that country's Supreme Court and Congress on June 28 for violations of the constitution, the Obama administration has insisted, without any legal basis, that the incident amounts to a "coup d'├ętat" and must be reversed. President Obama has dealt harshly with Honduras, and Americans have been asked to trust their president's proclamations."

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