Sunday, November 29, 2009

More Honduras

"Bombs go off nearly every night in the capital here, sending a distinct warning to all who hear the loud booms: Vote at your own risk. Hondurans take to the polls Sunday to choose a president - - and to end a crisis. But as three top candidates vie to become the leader of this Central American nation of 7.3 million people, the nighttime explosions serve as a treacherous reminder that the last man who was elected president is still holed up at the Brazilian embassy demanding answers."

Amazingly, the Obama administration backs the side throwing bombs, and opposes those holding a free and fair democratic election.

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