I have not followed the events in Honduras closely, but I have the gist of what's going on. The good people there threw out the thug who used to be the leader of the country after he defied their Congress and Supreme Court. In other words, the people wouldn't let a dictator rule them and instead, preferred democracy.
And for their freedom-affirming actions, the entire rest of the world opposes them. From Investor's Business Daily:
"Nations aren't usually put to the fearsome test to "live free or die." But Hondurans are accepting it as the world pressures them to reseat a potential dictator in office. They aren't bending."
The Obama Administration, echoing the socialist/communist dictators it admires, has called for the restoration of the former dictator. Socialism is as socialism does.
Fortunately, the people of Honduras are holding firm. From IBD again:
"Hondurans, some 80% of whom approve of the Court action. "Everyone here is celebrating," a business leader told Latin Finance."
It wasn't too long ago that America came to the aid of countries which fought for democracy against totalitarian rule.
We don't see that from Obama.