July 9, 2009


The Morally Bankrupt Party of Permanent Irrelevance continues its string of inaccurate comparisons, this time saying the military coup in Honduras to oust leftist President Zelayais no different from Al Franken winning the election.

"On what basis does the Administration demand Zelaya's reinstatement?" coup-supporter Jim DeMint asked. "His removal from office was no more a coup than was Gerald Ford's ascendance to the Oval Office, or our newest colleague Al Franken's election to the Senate."