It's hard for me to understand why the US is punishing Honduras for upholding their own constitution:
The June 28 ouster of Honduran President Mel Zelaya is rapidly shaping up as a never-ending crisis for the Obama administration. The more it tries to punish Honduras for getting rid of its would-be dictator, the more the freedom-loving Hondurans dig in to keep their democracy.
That isn't going to be good for us in the long run. Back in June, Zelaya launched an illegal referendum to extend his rule. As recently as Thursday, he called the referendum "necessary to the legislature and the constitution" in a George Washington University speech.
The Honduran Constitution is quite clear: Any president who expresses such talk gets the boot. Hondurans have stood by it.
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