Maybe the Honduran military coup represents the greater evil, but I’m wondering how much our support for Zelaya — who pushed to abrogate the constitution to remain in power — somehow isn’t just good for business.
The caption certainly leaves one a little dislocated.
(image: Oswaldo Rivas/Reuters. caption: Soldiers guard the entrance of the Presidential House in Tegucigalpa June 30, 2009. Honduras’ interim government battled on Tuesday against a tide of international support for ousted President Manuel Zelaya who vowed to return home after troops toppled and exiled him in a coup.)