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Monday, January 25, 2010

A Special Guest At SOTU?

I've been preoccupied the past few weeks, so I have not followed closely enough the end of the saga in Honduras.

Manuel Zelaya, the one-term President of Honduras who wanted to be the forever-term President, will be leaving the country very soon:
Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya will end his four-month refuge in the Brazilian embassy and leave the country next week, when his term would have ended, his closest adviser said on Thursday.
Zelaya will leave Honduras on January 27, the same day Barack Obama gives his State of the Union address. I know it will not happen, but given how hard Obama worked to return Zelaya to office....

It certainly would be a fitting gesture, from one really good one-term President to another.

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  1. There will be a tax credit proposed in the SOTU for contributions to the re-elect Zelaya Fund, which, oddly enough, will contain no restrictions on corporate contributions.

  2. Another failure in Obama Foreign policy.

  3. suedoctor, I certainly hope it is a so-called unfunded tax credit. I hate those pesky credits that so artificially demand that you actually pay or owe a tax before a refund can be made. By the way, congratulations to Obama for the attempt to make Honduras a totalitarian state. Better luck next time, Mr President.