Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Chavez: Bush the Diablo

Venezuelan Prez Hugo Chavez addressed the U.N. General Assembly today calling President Bush "the devil." "The devil came here yesterday: he came here talking as if he were the owner of the world," huffed Castro's protege. Chavez pleaded, "We appeal to the people of the United States and the world to halt this threat, which is like a sword hanging over our head." U.S. Ambassador John Bolton responded that it was "too bad the people of Venezuela don't have free speech." He added, "I'm just not going to comment on this because his remarks just don't warrant a response: People can listen to what he had to say and if they do they will reject it."



piperfromtn said...

Chavez es mucho loco...He's Caracas in the head...Slick Willie, Latin style.
Bolton is right: too bad the people there don't have free speech.
This meglomaniac came to NY as if he were the owner of the world, rather than our humble leader.
Don't buy Citgo and support this clown.

jakeho said...

Speaking of Citgo, I understand that they intend to to garner sympathy with a program to provide subsidized fuel to the American poor. Looks like this sphere has a new Castro as the old one appears about to leave the scene. However, he pales in comparison with his Middle East counterpart with the danger that he imperils.

grgb4 said...

Mr. Chavez is a former "rumancero" and used to patrol the streets of Caracas as a younger man, looking for tourists and other "innocents" to mug and rob.   In this terrible task, he succeeded through much blood and tears (his victims'!)

So let me say this much about Senor Chavez, at least:  "He is one very bad hombre."

We had better not cross him.