Just in case you are still thinking that a military coup was staged in Honduras over the weekend, ending in the exile of the president, you ought to read Mary Anastasia O'Grady's article in today's WSJ: "Honduras Defends Its Democracy." The military threw out the president because he had repeatedly and unconstitutionally violated orders from the Supreme Court.
This will be something to worry about only if our government sides with Chavez against the Honduran patriots.
UPDATE: Start worrying. According to Reuters, "U.S. President Barack Obama said on Monday the coup that ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was illegal and would set a 'terrible precedent' of transition by military force unless it was reversed."
Here's a good way to understand just what Zelaya did and why the government of Honduras was within its right to exile him.