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Monday, June 29, 2009

Newsflash To Leftist Obama: "When allied with Chavez and Castro, You're on the wrong track"

At least as a supposed leader of America, that is.

This may have been a military coup against a democratically elected (wink wink) leader, but after installing barriers to prevent others from unseating him in the next elections like Chavez and Castro have repeatedly done, along with performing a few unconstitutional maneuvers similar to the man sitting in the White House at this moment which again Castro and Chavez have done, he just may have asked for this little coup.

And the man sitting in DC is seemingly headed down that very same road, unless he changes directions about a full 180 and soon, otherwise he and his leftist government may just find themselves on the working ends of some Abrahms tanks and military men and women also sworn to uphold a constitution he and this treasonous 111th congress on both sides of the aisle have been using as toilet paper on Crapital Hill all this year so far..

Number two it was ordered by their supreme court after the deposed leader decided the constitution didn't apply to him and his cronies. Sound familiar? Now we begin to see the deception as Obama claims to be on the side of democracy only fails to mention the elected leader has done the same crap that Obama himself is pulling.

Not all the citizens there are against this court ordered military coup, which the news media here and around the world seems to be distorting just a little bit, something that certainly wouldn't be too much of a surprise to we conservatives here in America now would it?

In fact here's what one man on the street had to say about the deposed leader buried way deep down in the story where most ADHD people of today never get down far enough to read.....

Many saw the foiled vote as a step toward eliminating barriers to his re-election, as other Latin American leaders have done in recent years.

Despite the protests at the palace, daily life appeared normal in most of the capital, with nearly all businesses open. Some expressed relief at the departure of Zelaya, who alienated the courts, Congress, the military and even his own party in his tumultuous three years in power.

"A coup d'etat is undemocratic and you never want to support it, but in the case of this guy and his government, maybe so," said Roberto Cruz, a 61-year-old metalworker.

Kinda sounds like what we have going on right here in America as a leader supposedly democratically elected simply disregards the 48% and their representation who don't support his policies, all the while tossing aside the constitution to rob from the rich and middle class to give to the poor what they haven't earned, all in the name of what he, part of congress and some unelected "Czars"alone deem to be the common good.

Their common good that is....

Also for the neo Marxist Socialists amongst us it might be for the common good, so the hidden message here is just because someone was democratically elected by the people doesn't mean the military can't step in on behalf of these very same people when the leadership goes off the track.

That's why Obama supports this deposed leader along with his mentors Hugo and Castro, because he doesn't want the same thing to happen to him as he continues down a road that most Americans disapprove of with more and more becoming alerted to his unAmerican agenda the media keeps avoiding reporting on while trying to distract Americans and the world with overreporting on Michael Jackson's death and other sad but mostly inconsequential events.

Leaders from Obama to Chavez blast Honduras coup:

"TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) - Police and soldiers clashed with thousands of protesters outside Honduras' national palace Monday, leaving at least 15 people injured, as world leaders from Barack Obama to Hugo Chavez demanded the return of a president ousted in a military coup.

Leftist leaders pulled their ambassadors from Honduras and Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega said El Salvador, Nicaragua and Guatemala would cut trade with neighboring Honduras for at least 48 hours. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez called for Hondurans to rise up against those who toppled his ally, Manuel Zelaya.

'We're ready to support the rebellion of the Honduran people,' Chavez said, though he did not say what kind of support he was offering."
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