So Much For Democracy in Honduras

July 2, 2009 at 10:37 am | Posted in American politics | Leave a comment

It’s really sad, but the Honduran Congress just revoked numerous Constitutional rights:

1. The right to protest.
2. Freedom in one’s home from unwarranted search, seizure and arrest.
3. Freedom of association.
4. Guarantees of rights of due process while under arrest.
5. Freedom of transit in the country.

one wonders why the very same people who attack Obama for not speaking out more for the plight of Iranian protesters are at the very same time attacking Obama for denouncing the military coup in Honduras…

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