Hondurans in South Florida express support for shake-up

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Phone cards were the top-selling item Sunday afternoon at Olanchito Mini-Market, a Honduran store along Southwest Eighth Street in Little Havana.

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The Truth

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Jun 29, 2009
 

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Who gives a S H I T what's going on in Honduras. Why does everyone think the U.S. is a haven to solve everyone elses problems. The only thing the U.S. has accomplished when getting involved in other countries is making a bigger mess. Look at Iran, The Shah, Iraq, Saddam, Cuba, Castro and the list goes on. Screw Hondurus and the rest of these toilet nations. It's their problem, let them solve it. Obama's right in staying out of Iran. It's about time we took care of ourselves. None of these countries help us in in our time of need.
Joe

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#4
Jun 29, 2009
 
But Mr 0'Bama is deeply concerned that his leftist friend has been ousted. After all he was democratically elected....

Good ridance. Sounds like the folks in the military remember what life was like under dictatorships and decided to run the commie pinko out of town. Now if they would just do the same in Venezuela.
Jack

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#5
Jun 29, 2009
 
Hondurans?

We have them here too?

Man, this cr*ap just never ends!
JohnInMiami

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Jun 29, 2009
 
We could learn a thing or two from the good Hondurans. Especially with Chavez and the jug eared clodhopper looking more and more like evil despots.
Einsteins Guru

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Jun 29, 2009
 
JohnInMiami wrote:
We could learn a thing or two from the good Hondurans. Especially with Chavez and the jug eared clodhopper looking more and more like evil despots.
excellent post.
Go Hondurans!!
Well,Iranians
Frank

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Jun 29, 2009
 
As the CEO of this organization, I have resigned myself to the fact that Barrack Obama is our President and that our taxes and government fees will increase in a BIG way. To compensate for these increases, our prices would have to increase by about 10%, but since we cannot increase our prices right now due to the dismal state of the economy,we will have to lay off sixty of our employees instead. This has really been bothering me, since I believe we are family here and I didn't know how to choose who would have to go.

So, this is what I did. I walked through our parking lots and found sixty "Obama" bumper stickers on our employees' cars and have decided these folks will be the ones to let go. I can't think of a more fair way to approach the problem. They voted for a change, I gave it to them.

I will see the rest of you at the annual company picnic.
Chiquita Banana

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Jun 29, 2009
 
I love Honduran Bananas.
NA VU

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#10
Jun 29, 2009
 
The writer make amistake in the third paragraph is not "Portillo's family" is Zelaya's family. Portillo was a president of Mexico not in Honduras. Next time take yout time and do the research before editing.
Thanks,
Dick

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Jun 29, 2009
 
NA VU wrote:
The writer make amistake in the third paragraph is not "Portillo's family" is Zelaya's family. Portillo was a president of Mexico not in Honduras. Next time take yout time and do the research before editing.
Thanks,
This is the sun sentinel.

So therefore you comment about "do the research" is wasted.
Research is a quick check on wiki maybe.

And 30% of the time they run spell check once.

That is what happen when instead of hiring for ability you hire to make quota.
Presidente Barack Obama

West Palm Beach, FL

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#12
Jun 29, 2009
 
``We want democracy in our country and for Chavez to butt out. And we want the United States to give us support.''

Not in my lifetime.
One Love

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#13
Jun 29, 2009
 
Zelaya dug his own grave by aligning himself with the other idiot (chavez). Is a great day in Honduras, not because of the instability of today's actions, but for the courage and strength the underlying voices of the people of Honduras have shown. Today is a transition to a more sustainable future for Honduras and its people.

btw, the "truth"...you are a jack ass, you ignorant fool
Free Speaker

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Jun 29, 2009
 
"In the afternoon, she posted a sign asking all Hondurans to protest three blocks away at the Cuban Memorial Plaza, at Southwest Eighth Street and 13th Avenue."

I hope this was advertised in time for the INS to arrest and deport these criminals.
Clarify this

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Jun 29, 2009
 
Obama supports the ousted "President".
One Love

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Jun 29, 2009
 
Yea, he supports the ousted prez....wink, wink. hell no, he's laughing at chavez and his clowns this AM while getting briefed. It was funny, you should have been in the room.
The Hon Duress

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#18
Jun 29, 2009
 
And you racist pigs wonder why the U.S. is hated so much. But you're also cowards, hurling racial epithets at people you know you can hide from behind your little computer.

It's sad that you don't care about the world around you and that you're so U.S.-centric as if the world revolves around the United States.

And for those of you complaining about Honduras, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico, and ALL OTHER COUNTRIES,(because you feel supreme), YOU COULDN'T EVEN FIND THESE COUNTRIES ON A WORLD MAP, and you know it!
dave

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#19
Jun 29, 2009
 
Hillary Clinton and Obama is on the side of the communist and Chavez! Don't believe it read here.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1246232209558...
Frank

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Jun 29, 2009
 
The Hon Duress wrote:
And you racist pigs wonder why the U.S. is hated so much. But you're also cowards, hurling racial epithets at people you know you can hide from behind your little computer.
It's sad that you don't care about the world around you and that you're so U.S.-centric as if the world revolves around the United States.
And for those of you complaining about Honduras, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico, and ALL OTHER COUNTRIES,(because you feel supreme), YOU COULDN'T EVEN FIND THESE COUNTRIES ON A WORLD MAP, and you know it!
Which country has done more to help third world hell holes than all other countries combined?

The United States! This is what we get in return?

Put that in your pipe and smoke it!

I am sick and tired of focusing on all this international garbage, while our country becomes a toilet!
The Dude

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#21
Jun 29, 2009
 
what part of africa is honduras in??
what dialect do they speak?
was the chief of the tribe ousted with bows and arrows?

THOSE my friends, are the questions we should be asking
dave

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#22
Jun 29, 2009
 
The Truth wrote:
Who gives a **** what's going on in Honduras. Why does everyone think the U.S. is a haven to solve everyone elses problems. The only thing the U.S. has accomplished when getting involved in other countries is making a bigger mess. Look at Iran, The Shah, Iraq, Saddam, Cuba, Castro and the list goes on. Screw Hondurus and the rest of these toilet nations. It's their problem, let them solve it. Obama's right in staying out of Iran. It's about time we took care of ourselves. None of these countries help us in in our time of need.
Funny how Obama don't meddle in Iran when people are getting butchered in the street in the name of free elections, but cant wait to meddle in Honduras because a left wing dictator gets tossed out, and in a bizarre twist is on the dictators side. Or his meddling in Israels affairs with against any settlements. However you left out a few other countries we have gotten involved with, like Japan, South Koreas, Germany, Poland and other eastern block countries and liberating France. Or how about free elections in Iraq, and the demise of a
bloody dictator, if Obama don't mess that up.
The Dude

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#23
Jun 29, 2009
 
Do they wear any clothing?
Do they sacrifice animals to bring rain?
Is there a currency or exchanges of fruits and roots are still used as an economy?
SunSentinel, please answer those questions so we can understand this country better..
Thank you

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