Zelaya will be leaving the tin foil-lined room soon: Zelaya to leave Honduras next week says adviser
Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya will end his four-month refuge in the Brazilian embassy and leave the country next week, when his term would have ended, his closest adviser said on Thursday.
Zelaya, a leftist who was ousted in a coup on June 28, accepted an agreement backed by the government of the Dominican Republic to travel to the Caribbean country, close Zelaya aide Rasel Tome told Radio Globo radio.
Introducing Son of No Sheeples: Mako Snark
Pelosi Rejects Senate Health Care Bill, meanwhile Obama Now Signals He Could Accept Limited Health Bill
What a guy: Specter tells Bachmann to “act like a lady”
Frank Gaffney writes about the Obama administration’s Dangerous Accommodations. While many credit the healthcare debate for Scott Brown’s victory, Andrew McCarthy points out It’s the Enemy, Stupid
National-security strength lifts Scott Brown.
Scott Brown went out and made the case for enhanced interrogation, for denying terrorists the rights of criminal defendants, for detaining them without trial, and for trying them by military commission. It worked. It will work for other candidates willing to get out of their Beltway bubbles.
Victor Davis Hanson on Our Philosopher-King Obama
He doesn’t mind pushing noble legislation that most people oppose. Why is that?
Why, then, does the Obama administration persist with such an apparently unpopular agenda?
Like Plato’s all-knowing elite, Obama seems to feel that those he deems less informed will “suddenly” learn to appreciate his benevolent guidance once these laws are pushed through.
There is one other trait of this administration similar to those of utopian philosopher-kings. Our elite must have the leeway to be exempt from their own rules.
Michael Fumento asks, Why does everybody think BPA is safe but us?
John Edwards finally got around to publicly admitting he’s the father
In a written statement provided exclusively to NBC News, the former North Carolina senator and Democratic presidential candidate says he’s taking responsibility for the child, Frances Quinn Hunter
Meanwhile he shamelessly promoted his wife’s book which aimed to rehabilitate him. Saint Elizabeth and the Ego Monster, indeed.
The National Enquirer is submitting its John Edwards coverage for a Pulitzer Prize. Can’t wait for Oprah to reunite John with all his children!
Top 10 Craziest Things Ever Said By Pat Robertson; here’s the one about spooky yoga:
Or maybe he means Yoda?
I think Zelaya is a real trooper to honor is obligation to fill out his presidential term, especially in hiding inside a tinfoil lined room. What a guy!
Now, if only someone would put a little tin foil on a certain teleprompter……..
Pat Patterson says
The yoga comment is pretty funny except when I have talked with a couple of yoga instructors there always peeved that they can’t seem to make any headway in convincing people of its religious intent. They’ll take the money and then complain to each other that their expresion of relgion is seen by most is simply another form of exercise.
Francis W. Porretto says
Arlen Specter deserves to be ejected from America, much less the United States Senate. He’s the worst sort of political whore.