In a day packed with meetings, we met only one person in Honduras who opposed Mr. Zelaya's ouster, who wishes his return, and who mystifyingly rejects the legitimacy of the November elections: U.S. Ambassador Hugo Llorens...I still want to know who's paying to keep the lights on at the Honduran embassy in DC. Shouldn't those
The Hondurans I met agree. All everyone seemed to want was a chance to make their case, or at least an independent review of the facts.
Ian Vasquez at CATO wonders: What Does the State Department Not Want Us to Know about Honduras? "...a legal analysis at the State Department prepared by its top lawyer that apparently has informed Washington’s policy but that has not been made public..."
Gateway Pundit also reported that Honduran President Micheletti wants Zelaya arrested if he leaves
the Hondurans are fighting back against Obama's misguided foreign policy. They announced that they will arrest the corrupt Zelaya if he tries to set foot on Honduran soil. The leftist thug Zelaya is currently hiding out in the Brazilian Embassy in Honduras.