Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Seems more and more true: Barack Hussein Obama is Jimmy Carter II,

who never met a dictator he didn't like.
The ousted president of Honduras reportedly asked President Obama to revoke the diplomatic visas of members of interim President Roberto Micheletti’s de facto government.

Manuel Zelaya, who was removed from office on June 28 and has now retreated to the mountains of Nicaragua to organize a “resistance,” according to the Central American News Agency, reportedly sent a letter to Obama asking him to ramp up the pressure on the interim government and calling for the “revocation of visas” to those involved in his ouster, and the freezing of bank accounts.

The Zelaya letter reportedly names officials against whom the ousted president wanted action taken, including General Romeo Vasquez Velasquez, the head of the armed forces who was fired by Zelaya on June 25 for refusing to use the military to press forward with a referendum deemed illegal by the country’s highest court.
State Department spokesman Ian Kelly confirmed at Tuesday’s news briefing that four diplomatic visas had been revoked by the U.S. Kelly did not name names, but the deputy foreign minister of Honduras’s de facto government confirmed that one of the visas belonged to Judge Jose Tomas Arita Valle, the chairman of the 16-member supreme court who signed the ruling ordering the detention of President Manuel Zelaya
Damn, isn't that nice? Obama giving orders to make Chavez' buttmonkey happy, even if it means spitting on the people of Honduras? Words from Miguel Estrada:
Yes, obviously the way to stand up for the rule of law is to punish the judge who signed the arrest warrant—before the supposed coup—by revoking his visa. Because, you know, we as a country must think it a terrible thing when judges enforce the law against the executive branch. (If only Jefferson had thought of this!) And punish the members of the country’s congress, too, while you are at it, even though no one could reasonably dispute their democratic credentials. This is the same Congress that was elected before the “coup.” This petty retaliation is as shameful as it is pointless.
This looks more and more like either A: Obama wants a marxist dictatorship in Honduras, or B: he doesn't have the integrity or humility to say "I made the wrong decision early on, Honduras obeyed their Constitution and law and we will respect that." Because, ObamaDeity knows Obama doesn't make mistakes(or admit it when he does).

And, speaking of Chavez,
Swedish-made anti-tank rocket launchers sold to Venezuela years ago were obtained by Colombia's main rebel group, and Sweden said Monday it was demanding an explanation.

Colombia said its military found the weapons in a captured rebel arms cache and that Sweden had recently confirmed they originally were sold to Venezuela's military.

The confirmation strengthens Colombian allegations that Hugo Chavez's government has aided the leftist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, and exacerbated tensions between the neighboring nations over an imminent agreement to expand the U.S. military's use of Colombian air and naval bases
No surprise; there's been solid links shown before between Chavez and this group of terrorists. And yet Obama seems to be quite fond of the bastard...


MauserMedic said...

I had the pleasure of working with many Colombian infantry last year, many of whom were co-located in my area due to their ability in reducing FARC's numbers in a terminal manner. Suffice to say, "F**k FARC" was a favored first lesson in English for many of them over cervasas. As I recall, they were one of the few contingents who didn't think BO was the Second Coming.

Keith said...

But he can't admit a mistake when he's the Obermensch and he's not supposed to be able to make mistakes in the first place...

The link pretty much sums up what he was built up as before the election

Just a reminder too, Musolini was Duce (leader) of the Italian Socialists before he departed from the one true church of Marx and like every other split in a church, he was condemmed for worshipping the devil (accused of being "right wing").

NAZI is a shortening of Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (National Socialist German Workers Party), How laissez-faire does that lot sound? yet we are supposed to believe its collectivist policies were right wing....

It looks like you guys have got yourselves a really "interesting" time ahead.

Firehand said...

Yeah, I'd think having spent time fighting that bunch of commie terrorists wouldn't exactly give you a fuzzy feeling toward anyone who'd give them support, even second-hand.

Keith, I wouldn't mind 'interesting' so much except I remember that Chinese curse about 'interesting times'. And yeah, ever since I found out years ago what Nazi stood for, I've wondered how they came to be 'right wing'. And I've been able to annoy the hell out of lefties by pointing out who their true associates were.

Keith said...

Don't worry, if the leftist historians (ever met a conservative academic historian?)can't paper over the Obarmensch's mistakes, they'll dis-own him and blame it all on a conservative conspiracy.

I'd better not say much more or I'll disappear, courtesy of the anti freedom, sorry I meant anti terrorist laws...