Hey, I thought we were mobsters. Still think they’re not taking the movement seriously? Read more
Of course we are. Crazy like a fox … or is that Fox? Over the weekend the Democrats showed one more time, well actually twice, why they will lose in November, how out of touch with the electorate they are, and why the old style politics just won’t work this year, and hopefully never again. Question. Is it really smart to whack the very people who work hard day after day to keep these professional politicians living in the style to which they have become accustomed? Read more
Tell me something I have not already heard from a number of former State and Defense people already. What makes this sooooo juicy is not how he defines Obama foreign policy but how this former “HW” Secretary of State defends the current Secretary of State. “Frankly I don’t know how she’s lasted.”
The conversation starts with Eagleburger’s analysis of the Honduras situation, which he correctly describes as the democratically elected government trying to preserve democracy for Hondurans … and remove a President who was hoping to be Latin America’s next in a long line of dictators. Click here for background.
But the brush fire starts when Gretta asks Eagleburger how Obama could possibly support deposed President Zelaya, the man who would be “President for Life”. Caliente!
Meanwhile, the woman who Eagleburger praises is urging calm in Honduras … even as Zalaya snuck back into the country. Trouble brewing?
“It’s imperative that dialogue begin … (that) there be a channel of communication between President Zelaya and the de facto regime in Honduras,” Clinton said after she meet Costa Rican President Oscar Arias, who sought to broker a resolution to the crisis that followed Zelaya’s June 28 ouster.
“It’s also imperative that the return of President Zelaya does not lead to any conflict or violence but instead that everyone act in a peaceful way to try to find some common ground,” she told reporters.
So if Eagleburger is right, that Clinton recognizes backing Zelaya is tantamount to backing a budding dictatorship and another close ally of Chavez and the Castro brothers … what’s her end game here?