When it comes to Obama’s policy on Honduras, one can only say…Whiskey Tango Foxtrot??? After months of throwing American weight around in Latin America in an attempt to get Zelaya reinstated, after Obama and his media cronies insisted again and again that Zelaya was ousted in a coup, after we cut foreign aid to the country, and after the U.S. pulled the visas on dozens of high-ranking Honduran officials – – refusing to allow them to attend the U.N. Summit; the Chicago thugs finally seemed last week to get the Hondurans to the point of allowing Zelaya back into power and what has happened?
The State Department came out this week to say that Washington will recognize the Nov. 29 elections even if the Honduran Congress decides against returning Zelaya to power. Meanwhile, under the Obama bus, Zelaya is asking, “What the hell??”
Ousted President Manuel Zelaya is asking the Obama Administration why, after pressing for his reinstatement, it now says it will recognize upcoming Honduran elections even if he isn’t returned to power first.
In a letter sent to the U.S. State Department on Wednesday, Zelaya asked Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton “to clarify to the Honduran people if the position condemning the coup d’etat has been changed or modified.”
His request came after Washington’s top envoy to Latin America, Thomas Shannon, told CNN en Espanol that Washington will recognize the Nov. 29 elections even if the Honduran Congress decides against returning Zelaya to power…