Ousted Honduran President Mel Zelaya had attempted to change his nation's constitution in an unauthorized manner. He wanted to abrogate the limits of his term as Honduran president. When he was forcibly removed and exiled to Costa Rica President Obama and his Administration, in conjunction with the Organization of American States, labeled the removal a coup and stated that they would not recognize any leader beside Zelaya.
In the same vein, therefore, my administration and the Organization of Americans label this past election a coup and demand the return of George W. Bush to the Presidency of The United States of America, despite its abrogation of presidential term limits of our constitution, and the voluntary stepping aside of President Barack Obama. We will not recognize any leader beside Bush.