Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Why did Obama not speak in support of an Iranian revolution (until his luke warm words of sadness for protesters was dragged out of him, basically kicking and screaming)? His first inclination was to wait and see how things played out.
Then, in Hondorus, the president is removed from office with the blessing of their Supreme Court, and their Congress, in the name of protecting their Constition. Obama came out immediately and denounced the Hondoran attempts to defend their democracy. You see, the illegal act that the Honduran president was comitting was an illeagal attempt to eliminate the two term limit. Just like their mutual friend Hugo Chavez.
The existence of fake democracy is on the rise. The Russians have lost their short lived democracy. Iran never really had one, but they were able to placate their own people until their clumsy attempt to rig an election. Hugo (Obama's book club buddy) has hijacked the Venezuelan Government.
Don't think for a second that it can't happen here! If legalizing the largely Latino undocumented voter community, and the ACORN enabled voter fraud successfully gets Obama a second term, you can be sure he will go for a third term. That's why the armed defense of democracy sends a chill down his back, and the idea of mass protests over election fraud is something he is very cool on.