Kyle tends to give good advice. Following my message to the White House conveying my displeasure regarding Obama’s support of Zelaya, Kyle suggested that I balance that out by letting the Honduran Embassy in DC know that I support their decision to remove Zelaya from power.  So I sent the following message:

As an American, I want to let you know that not all Americans support President Obama in his attempts to return Manuel Zelaya to power. We know that Zelaya is a criminal, that he was trying to circumvent the Honduran Constitution, and that he is no friend of freedom or the rule of law.

I am angry that Obama supports Zelaya, but not surprised. I have sent a message to the White House expressing my disapproval. Hopefully my countrymen will do the same.

Hondurans, take comfort in knowing that not everyone is against you. Many of us support your decision to remove Zelaya. You are doing the right thing, and his removal is just. He should not be allowed to return. Ignore the rest of the world; they are fools who believe in dictators. Stand strong and do not give in.

I do not know if the sentiment will be appreciated, but I feel better for sending it.  Balancing the negative with the positive — it’s good for me as well as for them.

One Response to “A Message to the Honduran Embassy”
  1. Jack says:

    I feel that the only action Obama and US should take is to get the hell out of Honduras and let them deal with their matters. We have nothing to do there, We should be worrying about us and not paying to some gay soldiers to get AIDS by fucking those rats.

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