I think that a resolution regarding our belief in supporting American principles and ideals in the peaceful protests of Nicaraguans opposed to dictatorial rule is a proper thing to do. This Congressional resolution rings a little hollow since our current governance does not live up to those ideals or principles. In other words, we are not living up to our principles that we endorse others to aspire to. Since a 'resolution' is only a statement of values and by itself, is not actionable, I support it. I agree with others who have already stated that they have no faith in our administration taking any action with regard to Nicaragua until we can cleanse ourselves from the Orange plague that currently infects us.