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In the “irony is officially dead” column, Honduran dictator calls Paraguay coup “a wound to democracy”

Posted by Charles II on June 25, 2012

Porfirio Lobo, the unlawfully selected successor to the Honduran dictatorship, has announced that the Paraguayan coup is a “wound to democracy.” For the record, the Paraguayan coup, while lacking in due process, at least did not involve machine gunning the presidential palace at 5AM and marching its occupant out in his pajamas to be illegally deported to Costa Rica.

Even in this era, in which irony died long ago, Lobo’s comment is truly egregious.

2 Responses to “In the “irony is officially dead” column, Honduran dictator calls Paraguay coup “a wound to democracy””

  1. What, did Lanny Davis write that for him?

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