To all those who support second-rate leaders like Manuel "Mel" Zelaya, please answer the question I have asked several times but which is always ignored: WHAT ARTICLE OF OUR CONSTITUTION MAKES PEOPLE MORE POOR? Or, to put it another way, WHAT ARTICLE MAKES A FEW VERY WEALTHY? You talk about a constituent assembly, yet no one has bothered to submit a formal document saying what so badly needs to be changed in our current constitution. Seems like the reason Mel wants this constituent assembly is to make the laws to his convenience and forever hold on to the goose that lays the golden eggs. Or am I wrong? If I'm wrong, present a real fact, MENTION AN ARTICLE OF THE PRESENT CONSTITUTION THAT OPPRESSES THE PEOPLE. Do not bother with silly answers like "oligarchy," "illegitimate government," and all this rhetoric that belongs in the sewer. Let's face it, those of us who love Honduras know that what the country needs are laws that are respected. The Constitution is just a piece of paper. What creates the problem is corrupt politicians and other who twist the laws in their favor.
- Miguel45 (commenter on elheraldo.hn)
Bravo Miguel! I couldn't I said it better myself.