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    CHAVEZ: BUSH IS The DEVIL

    Anybody see him at the UN today???

    Laughs and cheering by the audience.
    Last edited by 2009fatman; 09-22-2006 at 06:35 PM.

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    What are your thoughts on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2009fatman
    Anbody see him at the UN today???

    Laughs and cheering.
    good to see you lunatic leftists stick together.....



    btw: anyone see John Bolton smack this whiney socialist down???

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrooklynBound
    What are your thoughts on this?
    I thought he made a fool of himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Come Back to NY
    btw: anyone see John Bolton smack this whiney socialist down???
    anyone else notice that Bolton's 1 year recess appointment is just about up?

    he's got to either be confirmed by the Senate or be recessed again - the catch is if he is recessed again he has to work without pay.

    should be interesting....

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    Hey Bolton you stupid retard....DYE YOUR FREAKING MUSTACHE IDIOT!

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    Bolton said Chavez has a "cartoon-strip approach" to diplomacy - thats his ticket to re-appointment right there.

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    Im not going to sit here and say that Chavez's speech was in any way appropriate - cause it wasn't.

    However who are we to cast stones?

    We have Bush calling Kim Jong Il an evil and tyrannical dictator - we have the axis of evil - we have George Voinovich calling the President of Iran "Ahmad-in-a-head" and "a Hitler type of person" and we throw around the "islamofacist" terminology like it was nothing.

    No it's not the same level of stupidity as Chavez' speech but the sad truth is that we have no credibility left to defend these remarks.

    The golden rule says do onto others as they would have done onto you - well we have done unto others for a long time, comparing everyone we don't like to Hitler - this is just chickens coming home to roost. If you go for the lowest common denominator at all times, don't be surprised when someone does the same thing to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitonti
    Im not going to sit here and say that Chavez's speech was in any way appropriate - cause it wasn't.

    However who are we to cast stones?

    We have Bush calling Kim Jong Il an evil and tyrannical dictator - we have the axis of evil - we have George Voinovich calling the President of Iran "Ahmad-in-a-head" and "a Hitler type of person" and we throw around the "islamofacist" terminology like it was nothing.

    No it's not the same level of stupidity as Chavez' speech but the sad truth is that we have no credibility left to defend these remarks.

    The golden rule says do onto others as they would have done onto you - well we have done unto others for a long time, comparing everyone we don't like to Hitler - this is just chickens coming home to roost. If you go for the lowest common denominator at all times, don't be surprised when someone does the same thing to you.

    like I said- it good to see the lunatic leftists stick together!

    all the BS justification in the world does not make anyone beleive you are not applauding Chavez' remarks- and your post proves so...
    Last edited by Come Back to NY; 09-21-2006 at 03:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitonti
    Im not going to sit here and say that Chavez's speech was in any way appropriate - cause it wasn't.

    However who are we to cast stones?

    We have Bush calling Kim Jong Il an evil and tyrannical dictator - we have the axis of evil - we have George Voinovich calling the President of Iran "Ahmad-in-a-head" and "a Hitler type of person" and we throw around the "islamofacist" terminology like it was nothing.

    No it's not the same level of stupidity as Chavez' speech but the sad truth is that we have no credibility left to defend these remarks.

    The golden rule says do onto others as they would have done onto you - well we have done unto others for a long time, comparing everyone we don't like to Hitler - this is just chickens coming home to roost. If you go for the lowest common denominator at all times, don't be surprised when someone does the same thing to you.
    So now we are Hitler. Maybe Chavez should share some of his Citgo billions with his people. What a piece of excrement!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MnJetFan
    So now we are Hitler. Maybe Chavez should share some of his Citgo billions with his people. What a piece of excrement!

    this is nothing more then bitonti's "blame America first" syndrome...

    George Bush refers to mini-me as a "tyranical dictator" so by rights Chavez can refer to GWB as the devil....

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    you guys don't seem to get it

    Bush has s--t upon every type of formal diplomacy since his first day in office

    don't act all surprised when the world s--t's back

    so to speak

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitonti
    you guys don't seem to get it

    Bush has s--t upon every type of formal diplomacy since his first day in office

    don't act all surprised when the world s--t's back

    so to speak

    the lunatic leftists favorite from of diplomacy- America bends over and takes it up the azz from everyone....

    I'll drink to that!


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    Quote Originally Posted by bitonti
    you guys don't seem to get it

    Bush has s--t upon every type of formal diplomacy since his first day in office

    don't act all surprised when the world s--t's back

    so to speak
    What did Bush s--t on in the 9 months he was in office to cause 9/11?

    And you claim we don't get it. If a terrorist kills you or a family member, I guess it's your fault for buying those gallons of gasoline or not praying to allah.

    You're nothing but a joke!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MnJetFan
    So now we are Hitler. Maybe Chavez should share some of his Citgo billions with his people. What a piece of excrement!


    actually Chavez gives gas to his people for like 12 cents a gallon,, it would be nice if some of the oil tyconns in this country were that generous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit of Weeb
    What did Bush s--t on in the 9 months he was in office to cause 9/11?
    just off the top of my head he withdrew from the non-nuclear proliferation treaty and wiped his ass with the kyoto treaty

    we didn't wait for world consensus when we went to war in Iraq

    basically what this comes down to is you reap what you sow

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    This is absolutely sickening:

    Chavez Repeats 'Devil' Comment at Harlem Event

    Thursday , September 21, 2006

    NEW YORK Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, appearing Thursday at a Harlem Church for an oil-for-poor event, repeated his 'devil' reference hurled a day earlier at President Bush during a speech at the United Nations.

    "They told me that I should be careful after I called him the devil and I think he is the devil because he might kill me" Chavez told a crowd packed into the Mount Olivet Baptist Church in Harlem.

    "But, I place myself in the hands of God," he said.

    Chavez, who was introduced at the podium by activist-actor Danny Glover, was visiting the church as part of ceremonies to announce the sale of discounted home heating oil to qualified low-income families.

    The appearance came a day after Chavez delivered an insult-riddled speech at the U.N. General Assembly in which he called President Bush the 'devil.'

    As Chavez spoke in Harlem, U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel railed against the Venezuelan leader for choosing his New York congressional district to launch an attack on the president of the United States.

    "You don't come into my country, you don't come into my congressional district and criticize my president, " Rangel said from Capitol Hill.

    He added that "it would be crazy to think that Americans do not feel offended" by Chavez's remarks.

    New York Governor George Pataki called for a united front by Americans from all political parties to stand together against Chavez.

    "This person has no right coming to our country to criticize our president," Pataki said in a phone interview on FOX News.

    "He can take his cheap oil and do something for the poor people of Venezuela."

    In Harlem, the crowd chanted in Spanish, "Chavez, Chavez, the people are with you," as he walked into the church dressed in his signature red shirt.

    Chavez called Bush a "sick man" who was "very dangerous because he has so much power."

    He again waved a copy of the book, "Hegemony or Survival: America's Quest for Global Dominance," written by American leftist writer Noam Chomsky, and at one point left his long, rambling talk to read passages aloud.

    On several occasions, he tried to make the point that he was a good friend of Americans, and that the Bush administration was painting him as the enemy.

    "I pray that the American people will elect a president we can negotiate with," Chavez said, claiming that he loved the American people, but that it was difficult for him to visit the U.S. because he was "threatened."

    The Venezuelan strongman spoke of his alliance with Cuba, a country he said had "been choked" by the U.S., and of his close friendship with Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. Chavez said their cooperation had improved the lives of Cubans and Venezuelans alike.

    The event, one of a series designed to boost the Venezuelan leader's popularity in the U.S., was organized by Citgo, a Houston-based energy company that is owned and controlled by the Venezuelan government.

    Citgo, in partnership with Citizens Energy, a program run by former U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy II, sells and distributes discounted home heating oil to low-income families.

    Venezuelan officials and Citgo employees handed out T-shirts before the event with the name of the program "From The Venezuelan Heart To The U.S. Hearths" printed across the front.

    Chavez claimed the Citgo program would benefit over 450,000 American families over the winter months, and that it was made possible because the program cuts out the "greedy capitalist element."

    "That's another thing we're doing with this Bolivarian Revolution," he said referring to the name he has given his economic platform. "We're transferring the power to the people."
    http://www.foxnews.com/printer_frien...214973,00.html


    Basically, this guy has come into our country to humiliate and slander our president. And what's worse -- our nation's poor are falling for it! He doesn't give a **** about these people in Harlem, but he smart enough to use them as a political tool. They are putty in his hands. Ugh, this is nauseating.

    If an American went to Venezuela and rallied its poor around the goal of humiliating Chavez, that American would not make it out alive. He would be the victim of a "car accident", or something of the sort. I'm not saying it's right, I'm jsut saying that's what would happen. However, it seems that in America, world leaders can rally our own people against our own president, procliaming him the devil.'

    What is wrong with the people in this country? How could they be so blind??

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    Bush couldn't have had a better few days than having Chaves, Morales and Ahmadinejad in the US speaking on his behalf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winstonbiggs
    Bush couldn't have had a better few days than having Chaves, Morales and Ahmadinejad in the US speaking on his behalf.

    I agree...this is all laughable and more importantly it proves what a complete joke the UN is....

    but it is also fun to see the lunatic leftists come out and say, "well..I don't agree with what Chavez said BUT...."

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitonti
    basically what this comes down to is you reap what you sow
    So when are we going to "reap" the benefits of sending money and aid to iran during their earthquakes or indonesia during their psunami's or kuwait during their invasions or africa during their epidemics or france when we save them from nazi's or russians when we bail out their failing economy or eastern europe when we liberate them from the commies? On and on and on.

    You are nothing but an angry, ignorant fool and you don't deserve to live in this country.

    But I like your attitude. It's going to keep my people in power for a long, long time keeping your whiny, ungrateful, ignorant ass safe in the process.

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