BOREV: And Now, A Very Important Message from the United States Government
The bad boys over at BoRev are at it again. This time, they have come up with the most truthful editorial headline we have seen since, uh, June 28.
Hey did you happen to catch the new editorial from Voice of America? The one that “signals a subtle change in policy toward Honduras?” Well it’s your lucky Friday, the 13th, because here it is now! Probably the best part is where we (America, in our Voice) talk about an imaginary San Jose Accord that apparently no longer requires the reinstatement of Manuel Zelaya:
The United States’ commitment is to the accord and its implementation and to the restoration of democratic constitutional order in Honduras. It provides a pathway to free and fair elections, the outcome of which will be widely accepted both within Honduras and abroad.
Hahaha, and by widely accepted we mean, “by Colombia, Israel and maybe a couple random island nations whose debt levels exceed GDP.” Anyway “we tried” is the point. Tags:Honduras Sorry Everybody! Voice of America