Chavez the moron

I can’t figure out which is worse, that people like Hugo Chavez exist or that people like him are given a forum on the world stage to speak?

At U.N., Chavez Calls Bush ‘The Devil’

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez took his verbal battle with the United States to the floor of the U.N. General Assembly on Wednesday, calling President Bush "the devil."

"The devil came here yesterday," Chavez said, referring to Bush’s address Tuesday. "He came here talking as if he were the owner of the world."

Chavez Recommends Chomsky – Calls Bush ‘The devil’

I think that the first people who should read this book are our brothers and sisters in the United States because their threat is in their own house. The devil is right at home. The devil, the devil himself is right in the house. And the devil came here yesterday. Yesterday the devil came here. Right here. (crosses himself) Right here. And it smells of sulfur still today. This table that I am now standing in front of, yesterday ladies and gentlemen, from this rostrum, the President of the United States, the gentleman to whom I refer as ‘the devil’ came here talking as if he owned the world. Truly as the owner of the world. I think we can call a psychiatrist to analyze yesterday’s statement made by the President of the United States.

yeah well you know what they say … "he who smelt it dealt it"

2 Responses to Chavez the moron

  1. Kevin says:

    yeah well you know what they say … “he who smelt it dealt it”

    I believe that the Religion of Peace also has the saying, “only he who has no camels in the tent may complain about the silent but deadly.”

    Even Bill Clinton called Chavez “undignified,” which shows how far down the totem pole of dignity Hugo squats.

  2. Gary says:

    When I heard Charlie Rangel, the gravel-voiced Democratic pomposity from New York’s 15th Congressional District come to the defense of President Bush, I came to the conclusion that either (1) this was April Fool’s Day, or (2) Chavez must have been politicking for sound bites for his own country, since his remarks clearly are polarizing even the more “out-there” leftists here.