Skip to comments.Is it time for a Honduran type response to Obama? I say YES
Posted on 05/01/2010 1:33:19 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Media, US Politicians and Military leaders, it is time to stop playing around and to stand up for our law, constitution and the American people. Must we all move to Honduras to be represented and protected? It is most evident that there is a usurper in the White House and it certainly has nothing to do with his color and everything to do with what appears to be endless lies and cover up as to his birth place and past.
Obama knows that he is covering up major President stopping stuff in his life. Why else would he spend nearly 2 million dollars in legal fees to cover all his college records, passport and birth certificate records? Something is rotten and festering and the nation knows it. HOW COME MEMBERS OF CONGRESS, MAJOR MEDIA AND OUR LEADERS DONT KNOW IT OR WORSE, DO KNOW IT AND STILL WONT DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT?
Remember not that long ago the world watched as then President Manual Zelaya attempted to break the law and constitution of the Honduran people, manipulating the election with massive fraud and cover up so he could stay in power. He was very good buddies with Chavez (as Obama is) who pulled the same thing and has a dictatorship of power in Venezuela. The Supreme Court and Government were 1000% right to arrest and kick him out of power immediately. He was planning to turn their thriving democracy into a dictatorship and they wouldnt have it. My hat is off to the Honduran people!
Immediately we saw Obama and Hillary stand boldly behind Zelaya and demand his return to power. Never mind, Zelaya was completely in error and violating his people and law. It was one of the many moments of shame I have felt with our President.(continued)
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50% of the military love Obama, the other 50% faithfully obey orders.
When did you serve in uniform?
Its a place to consider. At least i know where they stand as to their constitution.
Yes! Yes! It Is Time for such a response.
I cheered the street demonstrations in Iran, Honduras and in Venezuela. Surely the U.S. Citizens are made of as strong a material and are as brave as those countries are.
Zelaya went when his own party turned on him. They were able to make it stick because his own party voted him out, and replaced him with a leading statesman of his own party.
It was very clearly not a coup d’etat, it was done very constitutionally with the Supreme Court and congress cooperating at every step. We could come to that but we aren’t there yet.
Will they kill AMERICANS who attempt to remove Obama?
THe reason is clear.
Because most people still believe they are better off with things the way they are now, than if they were to do something. Until enough people feel they’re backed in a corner and have no other option left, most will just try to go along, and eventually allow themselves to get backed into that corner. At which point it may be too late.
Actually, I think you would find that about 25% in uniform actively support the current administration for no other reason than the president is Black (identity support). About 50% don't care one way or another and really aren't informed or aware of politics & policy per se. About 25% actively dislike the current administration for various reasons (politics, policies, patriotism, and a VERY small minority of racists), but none would ever participate in a coup....that is just unthinkable and NOT an option.
So now we become a banana republic...we remove someone just because we suspect him of something?
Good grief...you just wanna skip the pesky judicial system?
This is insane.
That’s not what happened in Honduras.
What we are going through right now is nothing like what happened in Honduras.
Zelaya was openly defying both the legislative and judicial branches and was trying to rewrite the constitution on his own.
Obama has a compliant and legally elected Congress doing whatever they want. And since there is no court cases with judgments against Obama, what is being suggested here is a good old-fashioned banana republic military coup.
I repeat myself...It is insane.
I see. It wasn’t clear to me that you were saying that. I thought you were implying that Honduras was a banana republic. Now that I know what you mean I agree with you.
Why are all these ardent defenders of the Constitution so fired up about a military coup? You will never get back the Constitution you had, or anything else as fundamentally free, after legitimizing that as a response. And people who think what happened in Honduras is what is happening here either don't understand what happened in Honduras, or are simply hysterical. Or both.
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