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    Re: Obama refuses to 'meddle' in Iran

    Quote Originally Posted by Caine View Post
    Your always so full of feigned outrage its hard to take you seriously.

    When I see your posts, this is what I read....

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    Obviously, you haven't been this earth long enough to see it for what it is.


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    Re: Obama refuses to 'meddle' in Iran

    You know what's telling?

    Is Obama "refuses to meddle in Iran", yet, he feels it neccesary to "meddle" in Honduras, backing the marxist ousted president who tried to chavez his way to re-election, unconstitutionally.
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    Re: Obama refuses to 'meddle' in Iran

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    You know what's telling?

    Is Obama "refuses to meddle in Iran", yet, he feels it neccesary to "meddle" in Honduras, backing the marxist ousted president who tried to chavez his way to re-election, unconstitutionally.
    The situation in Honduras is an overthrow of an elected leader, in Iran it is only the suspicion of election fraud. Do you not see the difference? Exactly what do you think Obama should be doing in Iran?

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    Re: Obama refuses to 'meddle' in Iran

    Quote Originally Posted by WillRockwell View Post
    The situation in Honduras is an overthrow of an elected leader, in Iran it is only the suspicion of election fraud. Do you not see the difference? Exactly what do you think Obama should be doing in Iran?



    Nonsense. The honduan leftist president tried to circumvent the honduran constitution, The Military rightfully deposed him.


    But you, chavez, obama and Ortega, can argue whatever fascists points you want.
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    Re: Obama refuses to 'meddle' in Iran

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    Nonsense. The honduan leftist president tried to circumvent the honduran constitution, The Military rightfully deposed him.


    But you, chavez, obama and Ortega, can argue whatever fascists points you want.
    There is no provision for the military to "rightfully depose" an elected leader. Why not? Because the military NEVER GIVES UP POWER. So now, there is no democratic process in Honduras. That is even worse than having a renegade president.

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    Re: Obama refuses to 'meddle' in Iran

    Quote Originally Posted by WillRockwell View Post
    There is no provision for the military to "rightfully depose" an elected leader. Why not? Because the military NEVER GIVES UP POWER. So now, there is no democratic process in Honduras. That is even worse than having a renegade president.



    Well you are so full of brightful FAIL today...


    The Military in Honduras seems to have no intention as to "taking power".....


    There is or will be a temporary appointed president until elections can be held.


    But you, chavez, and Obama, keep suggesting that the lefist marxist is the good guy here.
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    Re: Obama refuses to 'meddle' in Iran

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    The Military in Honduras seems to have no intention as to "taking power".....


    There is or will be a temporary appointed president until elections can be held.

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    You are correct, the interim president is a civilian:

    Roberto Micheletti was sworn in as the interim president of Honduras on June 28, 2009, replacing President Manuel Zelaya after a military coup. Mr. Micheletti had been president of the Honduran Congress.

    Mr. Micheletti said that the elections scheduled for November would go on as planned and that a new president would take office in January 2010. He said he had no plans to ever run for president and that a key goal of his short term in office would be fixing the nation's finances.

    He seemed to plead with the world to understand that Mr. Zelaya's removal by the army had been under an official arrest warrant based on his flouting of the Constitution.

    "We respect the whole world, and we only ask that they respect us and leave us in peace," Mr. Micheletti said in a radio interview. "We will hand over the presidential sash to whomever the people choose."
    Roberto Micheletti News - The New York Times

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    Re: Obama refuses to 'meddle' in Iran

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    There is or will be a temporary appointed president until elections can be held.
    It should be noted that Micheletti, as President of the National Congress, is the Constitutionally person whom would fill the Presidency in Honduras in the event the elected President does not complete his term of office.

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