[Guest post by DRJ]
Saying “I am not afraid but I’m not crazy either,” ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya briefly returned to Honduras and then went back to Nicaragua:
“Wearing his trademark white cowboy hat, Zelaya walked up to a sign reading “Welcome to Honduras” and smiled to cheering supporters at the remote mountain pass flanked by banana trees.
He stopped a few steps into Honduran territory, speaking to nearby military officials on his mobile phone. “I’ve spoken to the colonel and he told me I could not cross the border,” Zelaya said. “I told him I could cross.”
But he soon went back to Nicaragua and said he was ready to return to the negotiating table. “The best thing is to reach an understanding that respects the will of the people,” Zelaya said.”
Allahpundit reviews the Obama Administration’s reaction (Zelaya is “reckless”) and suggests the “ObamaCare meltdown, Gatesgate, and now this” may be the culmination of Obama’s “toughest week as President.”