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  • Heritage in Honduras: "I Believe in Democracy"

    Today the Honduran people are voting in an historic election with consequences for the entire region. Heritage’s Izzy Ortega is on the ground as an official election observer speaking with Hondurans practicing their right to vote. Watch his first interview below:

    You can also follow Izzy’s Honduras coverage on Twitter (twitter.com/izzyortega).

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    5 Responses to Heritage in Honduras: "I Believe in Democracy"

    1. Vince Rinchiuso,Texa says:

      Amazing how this small country can see the truth,oppose representative traitors in their government,seek Liberties and Freedom,seek the true WE THE PEOPLE, and gain their country back. This small country is DOING what WE should be doing now. Maybe we should change the Statue of Liberty to one that has both arms up in surrender!

    2. Linda Carlsbad, CA says:

      I want WE THE PEOPLE back in the United States. For once in my life I'am jealous of another country!

    3. Lee Janik, Friendswo says:

      So proud of your courage Honduras. Keep striving for democracy in the midst of those who want you to lose it!!! Bless you all!!!

    4. Lynn B. DeSpain says:

      I believe in a Republic, not a Democracy. I would always rather our Government be ruled by Law, than our Citizens ruled by men.

    5. Jeanne Stotler, Wood says:

      Over the week-end I was in Yorktown, Va., ths is where Washington defeated the English and it led to our independence. In the middle of the hall at Victory centre is a glass panel engraved "We the People" along the wall are various writings and pictures of the revolution and our founding fathers, we need to make sure those in charge today are awawre of these words and make them know the Constitution is still the law of this land.

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