Greg Grandin begins with a false premise, albeit one shared by the Obama administration. There was no coup in Honduras. The former president violated the constitution of his country and was lawfully removed from office.
The first words of Chávez are a lie. It goes downhill from there.
Grandin probably wouldn't have been granted the interview by the South American despot if he hadn't pledged to take his side, but do you really believe anyone else will do anything but laugh at the drivel emanating from both sides?
M. H. McLemore
Sep 28 2009 - 3:59pm