Tuesday, August 25, 2009

For some reason, Honduras sticking to their guns just annoys the hell

out of Obama. And that causes him to do stupid, spiteful things.
The OAS Foreign Ministers mission is in Honduras seeking support for the San Jose Accord, which would restore the democratic and constitutional order and resolve the political crisis in Honduras. In support of this mission and as a consequence of the de facto regime’s reluctance to sign the San Jose Accord, the U.S. Department of State is conducting a full review of our visa policy in Honduras. As part of that review, we are suspending non-emergency, non-immigrant visa services in the consular section of our embassy in Honduras, effective August 26. We firmly believe a negotiated solution is the appropriate way forward and the San Jose Accord is the best solution.
This sniveling little fascist(and I use that term in the correct meaning, not simply as a slander) just can't seem to handle the fact that Honduras insists on going by their law instead of kissing his ass and handing power to the Chavez puppet. As Morrissey puts it,
The White House firmly believes in negotiation rather than law enforcement so much that they will suspend visa services with an American ally in order to enforce a policy cheered by Cuba and Venezuela. That makes as much sense as getting involved in the dispute in the first place. Zelaya broke the law and abused his power, both with his constitutional plebiscite and with his attempt to sack the military commander, which required parliamentary approval. The matter is entirely internal, and should be left to the Honduran parliament and courts.

This looks suspiciously like a petulant retaliation to Tegucigalpa for having the temerity to act on their own accord to enforce their own laws. I suspect it comes because Zelaya’s movement has lost steam and Hondurans have largely shrugged at his removal. Barack Obama should have done the same
It's not just looking suspiciously like; it IS petulant retaliation for not bending to his will.

Honduras, good on ya. And hang tough.

1 comment:

Windy Wilson said...

What would these people think if it were George Bush pulling this stunt instead of Zelaya? They would rightly say, "we have laws, lets follow our laws, they apply to everyone even the President, He had his full term in office, and we don't want some REDS, including an Americano President butting in and telling us what our laws are"