Friday, August 28, 2009

Obama and International Cabal Go After Honduran Democracy

Obama is helping to move all Central America to Marxist-Socialism. While the national health care debate and deaths of Jackson and Kennedy take up the news...Freedom loving Hondurans are caught up in an international cabal to enslave their country.

President Barack Obama's Sec. of State Hillary Clinton is urging that humanitarian funding to Honduras cease and that the United States formally recognize the constitutional removal of Manual Zalaya as a military coup.

In the meantime, Hugo Chavez is funding poor Hondurans with $50 USD a day to foment unrest. Fifty dollars a day is what a poor Honduran earns in a month. Chavez, with knowing U.S. heads turned, is buying an insurgency. The U.S. is allowing this to happen and abetting this activity.

On this course the end result will be to allow the implementation of a Marxist government in Honduras. This is unconscionable. In allowing, even encouraging the wolves to enter Honduras, it also is bad for the United States.

From Bob in Tegucigalpa:

"Wednesday night, Oscar Arias of Costa Rica made clear that he wanted to change Costa Rica's Constitution, to give the President more power, and to permit his succession in Office.

This is what Former Honduran President Mel Zelaya was trying to do, in clear violation of the Honduran Constitution.

This is the latest news article, in Spanish.

It is clear that Arias had a conflict of interest when he developed the Arias plan for Honduran Reconciliation.

It seems to me that in view of the facts today that the Arias plan is certainly not to be considered unbiased."


Anonymous said...

By the way, Casey Family just gave the State 8 million to help with foster care improvements. Because Extended Family is now able to foster and apply for guardianship under the new laws effective 2010, I think we need to push for a change of venue to include extended family fostering/guardianship. I don't know what they have planned for the money, but I think we should help them spend it.
Jan Smith

Anonymous said...

AND on my list of things to do this coming legislative session, I am going to write a bill for a new lottery ticket with the proceeds going to extended family assistance. One of the concerns with the new laws is the cost to the state. The cost to the state is no different than the cost for fostering with strangers and they make $1 for every dollar they spend. That is 100% return on investment. I think we can turn the tide from stranger involvement in family dynamics to extended family fostering and guardianship with the right emphasis and proceeds. I need support for this bill.
Jan Smith