Thursday, September 21, 2006

Hugo Chavez blows it, big time.

Apparently, word has gotten around in the World Dictator's Club that playing nice with American liberals is a great asset for keeping one's dictatorial power intact. The goal is obviously to end up like Castro or Gorbachev, not like Saddam Hussein or Noriega. But some dictators are better at impressing the liberals than others, and recently Hugo Chavez really blew it with liberals by comparing President Bush to the devil. Even Nancy Pelosi was pissed off by Chavez's remarks:
"Hugo Chavez fancies himself a modern day Simon Bolivar but all he is an everyday thug," House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said at a news conference, referring to Chavez' comments in a U.N. General Assembly speech on Wednesday.

"Hugo Chavez abused the privilege that he had, speaking at the United Nations," said Pelosi, a frequent Bush critic. "He demeaned himself and he demeaned Venezuela."

It's as easy as pie to see why Chavez pissed liberals off. It's because if President Bush is the devil, then by implication there must be a God. No liberal politician is going to stand for that kind of mean-spirited insinuation.


Blogger The Game said...

The fight for conservatives needs to get picked up in high gear, in Wisconsin and all over the world. I have great discussions going on over at my blog, stop on over everyone and get energized about November

and about this issue...
As I read the words of Chavez, all I can think about is how similar his words are to anyone in the DNC.
They call him a dictator, they call him names, they say he is more a danger than Saddam...
So, isn't it interesting that such an evil man would use the same playbook as the Democratic party.
It makes you wonder which side the DNC is on.

Iran's president was at the UN yesterday.
Why does he get respect from the UN?
If President Bush went to Milwaukee and made a speech about killing all the Jews, what do you think the UN would say?
What would liberals say?
Why doesn't anyone say anything about the leader of Iran?

7:27 PM  

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