Chavez: A Dire Dictator In Our Hemisphere

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  1. Annie
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    With all the nonsense here and at school, what's happening in Venezuela has gotten away from me as far as posting goes. Chavez has managed to pull a sheet from Hitler and/or Castro. I'll get around to it in all liklihood, but for now, this addresses the aftermath:

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070201/ap_on_re_la_am_ca/venezuela_us

     
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    Yea this guy is a complete nut job. He in many ways is setting himself as a self proclaimed deity. :cuckoo:
     
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    your talking about bush right ?
     
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    No eots, I believe you'll find shepherdboy was talking about President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela.

    But then, we know you were just playing the fool, good job!:rolleyes:
     
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    Say what you like about Chavez, I agree with this statement:

    "If he had any dignity, the president of the United States would quit. The U.S. president doesn't have the political or moral capacity to govern," he added.
     
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    Funny how liberals, socialists, and terrorists seem to agree on a great many things these days.
     
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    No political or moral capacity? Must we remind you that he is still our politically elected President, leader of the Republican party, and duh, still has two more years to serve whether or not there is no Republican majority in Congress. He still has the political capacity to VETO, not to mention he is still Commander-in-Chief (which really chaps the liberal ass) plus he still has the presidential pulpit. I'd say he still has plenty political clout. Bush's morals have never been in question, except by demented liberals who hate defending the U.S. Liberals IMO haven't got a leg to stand on when it comes to morals.

    However, if Bush did step down, would you be happy with Cheney stepping in? :muahaha:

    Chavez is the one who has no dignity. Remember he was the one who called Bush a smelly debbil at the UN. Real class act…not. Bush wouldn't even stoop to dignify Chavez with a reply. Chavez is a bully and a boor on the world stage. No dignity there whatsoever.

    Besides, I'd think twice before agreeing with an enemy of the USA. :wtf:
     
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    Funny how neocons use lies and fear to try and manipulate the masses...
     
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    It doesn't surprise me that you would find something in common with Chavez.
     
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    I am not surprised that you are not surprised...as long as I have nothing in common with the ijit in the Oval Office, I'm a happy man! :cool:
     
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