Caracas, Venezuela - The text message that beeped on my cell phone
this morning read "Alert, Zelaya has been kidnapped, coup d'etat
underway in Honduras, spread the word." It's a rude awakening for a
Sunday morning, especially for the millions of Hondurans that were
preparing to exercise their sacred right to vote today for the first
time on a consultative referendum concerning the future convening of a
constitutional assembly to reform the constitution.