Quote Originally Posted by dummass View Post
In Colombia the constitution states only one term for a president also but Mr. Uribe (AKA U.S. lapdog) is on his second term and there is talk of a third. So, if you have the blessing of uncle Sam, you can change your constitution. The US has more say in the modification of a country´s constitution than the citizens. From an article I read in spanish, the people of Honduras want to amend their constitution because they like their president. Now there's this media blitz with a military coup backed by the US to "protect" the constitution that has been in place since 1989.
Don't tell Chavez he's a US stooge!


My wife spent a fair amount of time in Honduras and still has contacts. The majority in no way supported the constitutional change. They saw it (and Hugo's meddling) for what it was.