RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Ariel Montoya, founder of the Nicaraguan Liberal Party from his exile in Miami, believes that only "armed intervention" will remove Daniel Ortega from power, and he believes that leaders like Margaret Thatcher, Mikhail Gorbachev and Pope John Paul II are lacking to overcome the legacy of the "cold war."
"There is no alternative left but armed intervention, whatever you want to call it: national war, foreign intervention or armed conflict. I know it is difficult to say this, but thousands of Nicaraguans think this way deep in their minds," he said.
Montoya stresses that next November . . .