Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Breaking NEWS!!!!

The US representative Craig Kelly is in the office of the President Roberto Micheletti Baín and he is reassuring and confirming with Micheletti that the US will be observing and validating the elections in Honduras and that they consider the elections a solution to the political crisis that has had a hold on the country since before June 28. 

Craig Kelly is here trying to bring both parts to the table to complete the accord that was signed by Zelaya and Micheletti in October.  The US position is clear that both parties understood completely what they were signing and that Zelaya understood when he signed that he might not be returned to the presidency if the Congress voted against him.

I think the US became more than fed up when Zelaya accused Tom Shannon of threatening him with throwing Hector Zelaya in prison for drug trafficking.
They have decided the way to solve this is recognize the elections and wash their hands of the whole mess.  The US knows that it does not matter if the OAS does not recognize the elections because the US is the primary trading partner with Honduras.
They also know that Chavez´days are numbered with his country going to hell in a handbasket faster than he can throw insults.

The OAS, Chavez and Zelaya want to Deny Hondurans the Right to Vote

The OAS and the Resistance along with Zelaya and Chavez have unilaterally decided that Hondurans do not have the right to elect a new leader, because we do not bow to their demands threats.  We have misbehaved it seems, because we refuse to allow socialist reforms and a dictator and criminal to be restored to power.

The US will observe the vote and an outpouring of volunteers as well including ex presidents of foreign countries.  When a country has fell into a political crisis elections have always been the answer. 

Here we just want to vote and move on. 

Rigoberta Menchú, a Guatemalan leftist who made up a story and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1992 and almost lost the prize when it was found that she had made up most her story.  She  is a Mayan  who is a member of a leftist guerilla group that believe that Europeans and mestizos are evil and should be purged from America.  So  racist, leftist guerilla fighter should not be putting her 2 cents into the Honduran crisis.  Calling Micheletti a dictator tell me she has no clue what she is talking about.  She praises Chavez and condemns Hondurans...and she could not carry 3% of the vote in Guatemala. 

“To make democracy work, we must be a notion of participants, not simply observers. One who does not vote has no right to complain.” Louis L´ Amour

Here, in the first paragraph of the Declaration [of Independence], is the assertion of the natural right of all to the ballot; for how can “the consent of the governed” be given, if the right to vote be denied?

Susan B. Anthony