Wednesday, November 25, 2009

It Ain't Over Yet

Zelaya and his nutball buddies are losing their struggle to turn Honduras into another Cuba or Venezeuala, but the fight isn't over yet until elections are held and a new president is sworn in.

The goons who wanted to install Zelaya in a coup under color of law aren't above more basic methods, it seems:

Honduran police detained two Nicaraguans and two Hondurans along with several rifles, and interim President Roberto Micheletti claimed the weapons were part of a plot to attack him during Sunday's presidential election.

The suspects, weapons, communications equipment and gun sights were found during a raid on a house in the city of El Progreso, north of the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa, authorities said Tuesday.

I hope we continue to support rule of law and the upcoming elections in Honduras. Our enemies haven't given up and neither should we let down our guard.