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The Plot Thickens

Boy, Zelaya sure is following instructions from his commie cohorts Chavez and castro to a tee:

Zelaya accused of drug ties

BOGOTA – The regime that ousted Manuel Zelaya in Honduras claimed Tuesday that the deposed president allowed tons of cocaine to be flown into the Central American country on its way to the United States.

"Every night, three or four Venezuelan-registered planes land without the permission of appropriate authorities and bring thousands of pounds ... and packages of money that are the fruit of drug trafficking," its foreign minister, Enrique Ortez, told CNN en Espanol.

"We have proof of all of this. Neighboring governments have it. The DEA has it," he added.

5 comments to The Plot Thickens

  • Honey

    And this is who Obama and Hillary defend.
    Let's make a tally of what Obama decides to defend so far:

    If he must give orders to Israel or Hamas, he will always choose to be harsher on Israel. Remove the Israeli flag from the wall because Jerusalem is still disputed territory, he says. Stop all settlements because you are being disruptive to the peace process he orders. Oh, he gives a lame, the violence must stop, but he doesn't single out rockets; it's more of a "cycle" of violence kind of thing.

    If he can speechify early on about Iran's huge street crowds, he gives a soft we mustn't meddle kind of speech. Later, after it's too late to save or help the Iranians, he talks more harshly. Meddling is bad when it is in the service of freedom, but good when it can interrupt the stability of a free people according to this crowd in Washington.

    Meddling is okay big time in Honduras, when Obama and Hillary can criticize the constitutional right of a free people to oust a drug pushing, communist would be dictator ally of Chavez and Castro.

    And meddling is okay big time for Obama when it comes to making love to Castro and working against those in prison in Cuba and those who would love to get some freedom for themselves. Let's allow travel to Cuba and get ready to stop this nasty embargo. That is what Obama and company choose.

    And let us not forget the meddling big time in the lives of Americans with 1500 page bills, and so many more to come, that no one gets the time to read and 0 that cost trillions and will ruin industry and freedom in this country.

    And don't you love the way Obama gives a dignified speech about Iraq as American troops pull out of the cities and the Iraqis will police themselves now and he doesn't give one word of praise and thanks to the architect of this ability for freedom in Iraq? I believe Obama is not really happy Iraq may work out. If there is chaos, he has another thing to blame Bush for.

    So far Obama is always on the side of tyranny over freedom here and abroad.

    Where are the liberals who will admit this or do they prefer tyranny over freedom, as well?

  • paul vincent zecchino

    The New American magazine, newamerican.com, recently featured an article on the Shah of Iran.

    Among many points on interest, was the tem that the Shah was very much opposed to using the Middle East as a drug route.

    The implication was that the Elite swells, the commies and their international gangster friends here and abroad just couldn't have that, and so they arranged for his ouster by America's 'best ex-president' and long time communist actuary.

    No surprise here. Reports called in to talk shows and other credible news services all indicate the sole support for this marxist thug, outside of cagasstro, chavez, ortega, and of course our own regime, sadly, lies with drug lords.

    No surprise either that the communist spy nest, bordello, and slime pit, the UN, stands solidly with this enemy of liberty.

    Paul Vincent Zecchino
    Manasota Key, Florida
    01 July, 2009

  • paul vincent zecchino

    PS -

    sorry, meant to say, 'the gem that the Shah', not 'tem'.

    Need more more lightning in the blood.

    Dr. Zecchino's Rx: caffeine & musica Cubano.

    pvz
    manasoviet key, fl
    01 JUL 09

  • pototo

    The attempt of Zelaya to go to the Honduras this Thursday is a clear attempt to provoke an international incident. That is why he is taking escorts. His desire is that they will somehow intervene and then get manhandled in order to get much desired attention. This little country's episode may be the determining factor of the future of Latin America. The sad part is that Obama will is helping the cause of socialism.

  • Larry Daley

    A "Widow7{ person posting at the Miami Herald reminded us all about what other things Zelaya was doing:

    He became more radical after becoming president and finding a convenient partner in Chavez, who could help fund his social programs, she said.
    He also became increasingly confrontational.
    Last year, he refused to submit the government's budget to Congress, fueling accusations that his allies are stealing from the coffers.
    His government declared it had the right to monitor phone conversations, though officials say they stopped tapping after a month because of the public outcry.
    Zelaya has been embroiled in disputes with media outlets, accusing them of criticizing his government for economic gain, and in 2007 he ordered all radio and TV stations to broadcast his almost daily speeches."

    see:
    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090629/ap_on_re_la_am_ca/lt_honduras_ousted_president_3