Friday, October 16, 2009

or else, what?

Last week Manuel Zelaya arbitrarily set October 15 as a "deadline" for his restitution to the Honduran presidency, "or else." Curiously, he declined to state what would happen he wasn't re-instituted.  October 15 has come and gone, and Zelaya remains incarcerated in his embassy prison. So, the answer to "Or else, what?" is nothing.  Zelaya's threats are empty. With the exception of a few hundred die-hard left-wing supporters, he has the support of no one else inside Honduras. This show is over, folks. It's time to move on. This pathetic alleged traitor and alleged law-breaker should go ahead and ask Brazil for asylum and leave our country. [Exit stage left.]

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