Just Another Respectable Dictator at the UN, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Calls GW Bush “The Devil”


Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and all around nice dictator showed his true class and HugoChavezstyle at the United Nations while during his speech he referred to President George W. Bush as “The Devil”. Wouldn’t it take one to know one, President Chavez? What a contrast in leadership.

Watch and listen to the insanity that is just south of the United States and is a clear and present danger.

“The devil came here yesterday,” Chavez said, referring to Bush’s address on Tuesday and making the sign of the cross. “He came here talking as if he were the owner of the world.”

‘THE DEVIL CAME TO THE UN YESTERDAY… It Still Smells of Sulphur here… Bush, I have the feeling you are going to live the rest of your days as a nightmare… We need a psychologist to analyze Bush… YANKEE IMPERIALISTS GO HOME… Maybe we need to move the United Nations out of USA’…

Transcript of Hugo Chavez full speech . This is a must read to see who has been making almost the same ridiculous rhetoric in this country.

Does anyone really question why the United States Federal government, President or Secretary of State never got involved or ever mentioned the name Natalee Holloway? When Aruba is only 15 miles off the coast and Venezuela and   Hugo Chavez; why do you think our government never got involved?


Of course this is a man in Chavez that allies him self with the other two well known democratically elected ruler, Fidel Castro of Cuba and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Read Ahmadinejad’s address of the UN here, full transcript. Also video here.

President George W. Bush was the first to address the UN on Tuesday, read the transcript, of a sane ruler of a democratically elected official. VIDEO.

Read more at Michelle Malkin.com, Hugo Chavez unhinged; Bush=”El Diablo,” pimps Chomsky

From Rusty at My Pet Jawa: Venezuelan President Uses Schoolyard Taunts in UN Speech (Updated with Chomsky and hot carl)

My God, it must be embarrassing for anyone over the age of ten to be a Venezuelan today after Hugo Chavez’s incredibly immature meltdown addressing the UN yesterday.

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    49 Responses to “Just Another Respectable Dictator at the UN, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Calls GW Bush “The Devil””

    1. Miss-Underestimated on September 20th, 2006 2:52 pm

      Birds of the feather. Does anyone ever call these guys on the carpet about their human rights?

    2. Mere on September 20th, 2006 3:34 pm

      This man was just in Cuba….hugging on Castro….
      do any of you remember the Cuban Missle Crisis…?

    3. Mrs.Red on September 20th, 2006 3:36 pm

      And we still support the UN why?? It’s become dictators congratulating dictator on just how badly they abuse their citizens. Quite frankly, I am disgusted that they allowed him in our country to speak at all.

    4. Brenda T. on September 20th, 2006 3:42 pm

      Miss Under-E,

      the only human rights they understand are their own EVIL and self-serving desires. I am not so sure they consider the “masses” as human….just their servants.

      If the liberals don’t think there is evil in the world, let them travel to Chavez country and try to walk the streets alone as one can in MOST of America. Or maybe commit a petty crime and have to deal with another country’s “law enforcement”. Good luck to ever seeing them again!


    5. Miss-Underestimated on September 20th, 2006 3:46 pm

      Mrs. Red and Brenda, the UN is a farce, if you are old enuff to remember Reagan said they were useless and refused to pay membership.

    6. Sharon Chicago on September 20th, 2006 3:46 pm

      Chavez should not be allowed to spew out all that hatrid toward Americans. They should have demanded that he sit down and shut up. He is toxic.

    7. Brenda T. on September 20th, 2006 3:56 pm

      Mrs. Red,

      I’ve wanted to see the USA pull out of the UN for a long time. Unless someone can point out ANYTHING the weak-kneed UN has done for us (or any other nation in the world other than the dictor-run countries), I can’t see the point of staying in…not to mention we pay tons of money to it. Why?

      Now, Iran’s dear leader has said the UN cannot inspect its nuclear sites. (Appears the UN will be sending out about 14 resolutions over the next decade or more.)

      You’ve kindly pointed out the fact the UN truly is nothing more than dictators using an international platform to spew their venom. Can you imagine if Bush had called Chavez the devil? Good Lord!! The hay-day the news media would be having. The scariest part to me is how the audience reacted to Chavez with clapping and laughter. I DO NOT FIND HIM COMMENTS FUNNY. I’m sure none of the Monkey do…

      Then there is the poor old Pope. He’s labeled a monster, yet Chavez is shown to be this wonderful guy in many parts of the world. Help me someone…I’m confused here!?


    8. Brenda T. on September 20th, 2006 4:02 pm

      Mrs. UE…yes! Reagan was a great leader. I turned 18 years old a couple months before that election and I voted for him. It was the 1st time I ever cast a vote, and I’ve voted in every election (except a couple of primaries) ever since.

      We live in really scary times. I worry for my children and grandchildren. I love this country. I have a direct ancestor who fought in the Revolutionary War. I do not want to see it change from it’s original intent. There are days I feel as if we may be headed to another revolution to get the country back to where it was. NOT a nice thought at all. The price would be horrible and it would be fought in our own streets.

      I’m especially worried about the boarder states with all the talk of Mexico wanting “its land back”. HUH? As Steve Irwin would have said…CRICKY!!!


    9. Mortella on September 20th, 2006 4:26 pm

      This is the man that the Aruban Prime Minister Oduber referred to as “our good friend” to whom he said they could turn if the U.S. would not continue to send tourists to be abused.

      Yes, get the U.S. out of the U.N. and the U.N. out of the U.S. If is nothing but a forum for anti-Americanism. We get enough of that from the liberals in this country.

    10. idiots on September 20th, 2006 5:00 pm

      UN was created by USA, so if UN is a failure it’s a US (with it’s veto power) failure too. Also, Chavez was democratically elected, he actually has A LOT of voters between the Venezuela’s poorest sectors. The opposition claimed that the election was frauded because they lost by a thin margin, yet no international observars found any trace of fraud, also it wound’t be necessary.

      (Altough early he tried a _unsuccessful_ coup d’Ã ©tat)

      Also you can walk freely in Venezuela without fears, a larger number of USA corporations do business there without problems. For example, last month Chavez signed a big deal with Intel to buy computer for schools.

      Back to UN, USA likes to talk about democracy but UN it self is not a democracy with USA and other power nations holding veto power over almost anything.

    11. Carpe Noctem on September 20th, 2006 5:44 pm

      Chavez is a putz, and his mother dresses him funny. :-)

    12. Ruddy on September 20th, 2006 6:53 pm

      You walk around Caracus and at the least get mugged, most likely shot. Crime is rapid, inflation is double digit, unemployment out of control. He sales part of CITGO for $2,000,000,000 and the money is not going to anyone but himself under the pretense of social program funds.
      He is a thief and the majority are scare of him.

      Posting you can walk around there is borderline NUTS!

    13. nurturer on September 20th, 2006 7:19 pm

      I just finished reading ‘Adolf Hitler’ by John Toland. So it wasn’t difficult to see the similarities between this dictator and the one celebrated in Germany in the 1930′s.

      But what I think is interesting, and you may all want to try this yourselves . . . is when you listen to Chavez criticize the U.S. and U.S. foreign policy, simply replace the words ‘United States’ with ‘Jew’ and ‘United States foreign policy’ with ‘Worldwide Jewish conspiracy’ and you basically have a dictator blaming his country’s social problems on the US the same way Hitler blamed Germany’s social problems on the Jews. History repeats itself.

    14. Richard on September 20th, 2006 9:11 pm

      I don’t know that we should exit the United Nations … my thinking being that for all the public rhetoric that goes on, there’s probably a lot of back-channel stuff that gets done. So it probably is a useful organization in some ways.

      But I certainly don’t give it any moral authority or deference. It’s really simple: we are among the “haves,” and the “have-nots” want what they can cow or convince us into giving them. We, for example, spent/spend billions on “public relations” in Egypt, and were the largest single donor of foreign aid to Afghanistan before 9/11.

      Don’t complain … you can see how much good it did us.

      I’ve had a far-out theory, in which I don’t really believe, that Venezuela might have decided to target Aruba (which has widely been seen as ‘pro-US,’ given that we provide most of its tourists, who provide almost all of its economy) and wanted to weaken its economy as a prelude to destabilizing its government.

      Even I can figure out that the easiest way to upset the Aruban apple-cart is to disrupt its tourism. (The drug trafficking benefits only those few who get the money.)

      Is it possible that someone in Venezuela decided that making a random American tourist vanish would be an effective way of doing this?

      As I said, I don’t believe this. However, we do know that North Korea, in the 1970s and 1980s, sent covert ships and crews over to Japan and seized Japanese couples from beaches in remote areas. This went on for some time, and the people simply were not seen or heard from again.

      In 2004 or thereabouts, I think it was (might have been earlier), Kim Jong-Il, the son of Kim Il-Sung and the current leader of North Korea, admitted to the Japanese that such a GOVERNMENT-ORGANIZED program had indeed taken place. Some of the Japanese seized have since visited Japan. There now is pressure on North Korea to account for those Japanese who it says simply died after being seized.

      This theory is really not very likely, as I said … but with this Chavez nonsense, is it possible that he would take an idea from North Korea?

    15. A Blog For All on September 20th, 2006 9:30 pm

      Mos Eisley Has Nothing On United Nations Meetings…

      Never has there been a more wretched hive of villany and scum in all the universe than the United Nations when it reconvenes in New York. That foul stench you might have noticed in NYC wasn’t from Darth Vader making his grand entrance, but Ahmadineja….

    16. yoyo muffintop on September 20th, 2006 9:30 pm

      The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of the blessings. The inherent blessing of socialism is the equal sharing of misery. — Winston Churchill

      democratic my a@#. Chavez is not good for venezuela. and caracus make baghdad look like utopia.

    17. roy on September 20th, 2006 11:39 pm

      I am not pro Chavez but the man was elected democratically.
      And can we really question his remarks that Bush behaves like he owns the world.
      And that Bush is a liar?

    18. edward on September 20th, 2006 11:47 pm

      How many people here are a relative of the 2,698 soldiers killed in Iraq
      How people here are a relative of the 17,000 wounded soldier’s with missing limbs or brain damaged
      How many people realize we have over 20,000 soldiers in Canada, avoiding the war
      How many people realize the cost of the war is at 500 billion dollars or 40 cents on every tax dollar.
      How many people know who Paris Hilton is sleeping with…..

    19. KELMAL on September 21st, 2006 6:41 am

      edward. EXCATLY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      GREAT POST !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    20. Miss-Underestimated on September 21st, 2006 8:15 am

      Hey Edward I am relative to one of those wounded and he is waiting to go again to Iraq. As our men and women who come back and reinlist say those people want and need our help. Join Adoptaplatoon and see how our soldiers feel about fighting this war, it is remarks like yours that our soldiers dislike.

      Historically when ever there is a war or conflict there is a flight to Canada,

      Edward how would you like the Chavez types to rule the world? How many people flee from Hugo, read up.

      Read up about Hugo, know about the people who are fighting the war, then come here with information.

    21. Miss-Underestimated on September 21st, 2006 9:34 am

      For those who want to go live in Sweden

      2nd. car bombing,

      USA gonna get blame for that too?

      BTW they just built a Mosque in Sweden near car bomb.

    22. hammer on September 21st, 2006 10:07 am


      All we’re missing is Chuck Barris to emcee this mess.

      Yet another lowpoint in international diplomacy.

    23. Miss-Underestimated on September 21st, 2006 10:17 am

      Baby Huey Chavez, President Bush of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA said in America everyone has freedom of Speech, even you. How about your people Baby Huey Chavez, do they have freedom of speech?

      Hammer: Does this suprise anyone.

      Chuck Barris missing and but we do see Baby Huey

    24. Brenda T. on September 21st, 2006 10:41 am


      Another Winston Churchill quote:

      If we do not fight when we know we can win, we will have to fight when we know we cannot.

      Our wonderful soilders see this. They can see ahead and understand what is best for the future of mankind.

      As for Chavez, what do dictators do historically? They blame others for what they do! Called transference of guilt. The hypnotize their masses by use of intimidation. Wonder why these monsters are voted in? Could it be there is not really another choice for the voters?


    25. Mortella on September 21st, 2006 10:53 am

      Sure, Chavez was elected democratically just as Saddam Hussein always was and even got 100% turnout with only his name on the ballot. Amazing what the threat of being shot will do to those voters.
      But I guess we can expect every despot in the world to feel free to take potshots at this country when we have so many within who do the same thing. They seem to all be on the same side, the OTHER side in the War on Terror.

      Everyone is entitled to their own opinion but I do reserve the right to draw the line at anything that threatens my life or safety or those of other Americans.

      The stock market is approaching an all time high, economy doing well and prices of gasoline are excellent compared to other parts of the world. The war in Iraq sure could be better but we are doing the best we can. It is very difficult to fight any guerrilla movement as history has taught us. At least the Kurds are in a stable position and self-policing, etc. Now to get the rest of the country stable enough to maintain themselves and our troops can withdraw for the most part but we do need to maintain a presence somewhere in the Middle East at all times because of this historic hot spot erupting into violence so often.

      I don’t think Bush is what is wrong with this country but creeping socialism is. Bush hasn’t lied any more than any other pressident and how quickly we forget the Monica Wars.

      And do keep in mind that unlike the Vietnam era, our military is all volunteer. That would mean those in there now not only volunteered but likely did so AFTER the military conflict with Iraq began. They knew all about it and still enlisted or re-upped so please spare me the lament about our poor troops for they are a fine and capable military force performing at very high levels.

      Some of you seem to confuse conscripted military service with our ALL VOLUNTEER military of today. They are two very different things but guess you are too young to remember the draft and the ramifications it had on the lives of those subjected to it. I don’t think there is much of a movement to escape to Canada these days and if there is, it is their own fault for volunteering.

      We have it better in this country than most of the rest of the world and I appreciate it so much. The more I learn of other systems, the better this one seems to me. I cherish our legal and judicial system as never before for we are a nation of laws and not men. We were blessed with forefathers who knew the importance of this and so many other things.

      Theres is no reason at all that we should participate in any organization that is destructive to this country and its stated goals. We have been blessed it is true but we do not owe those that would promote the forces of evil and deny freedom to others anything at all.

    26. Miss-Underestimated on September 21st, 2006 11:17 am

      Mort, you are 100% on target
      Excellent post. Sadly alot of Americans do not realize the vast villians in our country that have their targets set on socialism.

      Mort remember these words “Global Economy”

    27. para2legal on September 21st, 2006 11:18 am


      Subject: Citgo gas

      We must not buy from Citgo anymore! Americans can put a chokehold on this despot by cutting off this major money source… yet again, it’s time to take action!!! I did check this and it does appear to be true.

      Venezuela Dictator Vows To Bring Down U.S. Government

      Venezuela government is sole owner of Citgo gasoline company

      Venezuela Dictator Hugo Chavez has vowed to bring down the U.S. government. Chavez, president of Venezuela, told a TV audience: “Enough of imperialist aggression; we must tell the world: down with the U.S. empire. We have to bury imperialism this century.”

      The guest on his television program, beamed across Venezuela, was Cindy Sheehan, the antiwar activist. Chavez recently had as his guest Harry Belafonte, who called President Bush “the greatest terrorist in the world.”

      Chavez is pushing a socialist revolution and has a close alliance with Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.

      Regardless of your feelings about the war in Iraq, the issue here is that we have a socialist dictator vowing to bring down the government of the U.S. And he is using our money to achieve his goal!

      The Venezuela government, run by dictator Chavez, is the sole owner of Citgo gas company. Sales of products at Citgo stations send money back to Chavez to help him in his vow to bring down our government.

      Take Action

      Please decide that you will not be shopping at a Citgo station. Why should U.S. citizens who love freedom be financing a dictator who has vowed to take down our government?

      Very important. Please forward this to your friends and family. Most of them don’t know that Citgo is owned by the Venezuela government.

      Thanks for caring enough to get involved.

    28. Mortella on September 21st, 2006 12:51 pm

      No less than one Represent ive Charlie Rangle, ultra-liberal leftist Democrat and avowed Bush-basher, just held a press conference and chastised Chavez and told him not to come into this country and not to come into his congressional district and be disrespectful of the sitting President of the United States of America!

      I never thought I would say it about this man but he is the hero of the hour for standing up to this kind of hate rhetoric against our president. And yes, folks, he is OUR president whether or not your voted for him or support the manner in which he is conducting the War on Terror or not. No one should be allowed to dis us in this manner and more respect should be shown for the OFFICE if not the man himself. For a foreign head of state to do this is like a slap in the face of every American for he has no right whatsoever.

      I would not stand one minute for anyone to be doing this to even Bubba when he was in office for while we may criticize each other, no one comes here and does this and gets away with it. It is a total breach of protocol and norms of civilized behavior. We must stand together in our condemnation of this dictator whose best friend seems for all the world to be Castro and other communists in our hemisphere.

      Speak out about the policy, suggest alternatives or whatever but no one has the right to say the things Chavez said yesterday. I am in total shock that Rangle did this. You know it has to be bad when someone of his position is defending Bush in such outspoken and categoric terms.

      Chavez needs to get his posterior out of this country and now! Go back to your oppressed masses, Hugo, we don’t want to hear anything else you have to say.

    29. Miss-Underestimated on September 21st, 2006 1:05 pm

      BTW Anyone notice since Cindy went over to Baby Hueys house to play, she can’t find no one to back her no more. LOL

      Cindy Sheehasbeen

    30. punkingale on September 21st, 2006 1:25 pm

      Mortella. When you wrote the Monica Wars, were you referring to Monica Lewinsky??

    31. Appeals on September 21st, 2006 1:30 pm

      Chavez made his “devil” comment at an appearance organized by Danny Glover. I’m sick and tired of the turncoats such as Glover who have made millions as American citizens who support evil people like Chavez. Join me in boycotting Glover movies in the future (and at Netflix, et .); and let’s boycott Citgo while we are at it. Turncoats, go home!

    32. Doug Gambrell on September 21st, 2006 2:03 pm

      OK; can Bush go to Venezuela – or Teheran – and deliver s speech without being torn to pieces (literally)? NO

      Can regular citizens call those leaders derogatory names and make similar statements? NO

      Our underlying strength was demonstrated by the fact these “leaders” were allowed to come into our country and deliver their speeches. In addition, they were allowed to continue their rants at other venues after leaving the UN.

      The governments in Caracas and Teheran are far, far worse than anything we can send to the plate – and I don’t believe the current administration is “the worst in history,” as the Left is so fond of saying.

      God help us – our strength is also our weakness, and will be our undoing.

    33. Brenda T. on September 21st, 2006 2:41 pm


    34. Brenda T. on September 21st, 2006 2:43 pm


      Geez…I think I sent this before I was done.

      What I wanted to say was for you to thank you relative for me. I love our soilders and THANK THEM!!! My dad lost an uncle in WW2 whose body was never recovered. When the Korean War broke out, both my dad and his brother enlisted immediately. Loosing a fav uncle didn’t stop them, only made them more determined.

      Thanks them PLEASE. We owe people like that everything we have in America today.


    35. yoyo muffintop on September 21st, 2006 3:34 pm

      Mortella #28 – 100% agree. Solid.

      Hey Chavez, ever hear the expression “You F#$k with the bull, you get the horn”? The US’s horn is pretty big!
      Maybe we start by floating a couple of USN Destroyers off your coast to stop the drug running.

      God Bless America

    36. Miss-Underestimated on September 21st, 2006 4:13 pm

      Brend T

      I will do that, he will appreciate it. Your family made a huge sacrifice too, I am sorry about your fathers uncle. Thank your dad and your uncle too. I truly appreciate those who have in the past and those now who protect our freedom.

      We are a very lucky group to live in the USA, and we shouldn’t take it for granted, there is no entitlement with freedom, it has to be protected.


      I never thought I’d say it by right-on

      Baby Huey Chavez go home and take off the awful mask, halloween ain’t here for another month, looks like a devil costume.

    37. Janet on September 21st, 2006 4:23 pm

      I cannot comprehend the appeasing politically correct silence in the American media.

      Hey Americans … yesterday the Venezuelan President, Hugo Chavez, referred to your president – the elected President of the United States – as a devil and …. the applause from many UN members went on and on …

      Then Mount Olive Baptist Church in NYC honorably received this guy as a guest speaker at a church service this morning.


      UNITED NATIONS (CNN) — Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez tore into his U.S. counterpart and his U.N. hosts Wednesday, likening President Bush to the devil and telling the General Assembly that its system is “worthless.”

      “The devil came here yesterday,” Chavez said, referring to Bush, who addressed the world body during its annual meeting Tuesday. “And it smells of sulfur still today.”

      Chavez accused Bush of having spoken “as if he owned the world” and said a psychiatrist could be called to analyze the statement. (Watch Hugo Chavez cross himself as he tells world leaders he can smell the devil — 1:06)

      “As the spokesman of imperialism, he came to share his nostrums to try to preserve the current pattern of domination, exploitation and pillage of the peoples of the world. An Alfred Hitchcock movie could use it as a scenario. I would even propose a title: ‘The Devil’s Recipe.’ ”

      Chavez held up a book by Noam Chomsky on imperialism and said it encapsulated his arguments: “The American empire is doing all it can to consolidate its hegemonistic system of domination, and we cannot allow him to do that. We cannot allow world dictatorship to be consolidated.”



    38. kay zee ess on September 21st, 2006 4:36 pm


      That smell wasn’t President Bush from 24 hours ago. It just may have been some flatulence from you know who passing gas and trying to blame someone else for the foul odor. Nice try, Hugo, but we know where that smell REALLY emanates from, n’est pas?

    39. Scared Monkeys on September 21st, 2006 6:47 pm

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    40. edward on September 21st, 2006 8:02 pm

      We have nothing to fear from Hugo Chavez. Actually I applaud the man, at least he
      has the strength to call Bush what he really. A lying short sighted war monger, that would gladly put our sons and daughters lives on the line but never, never his own.
      We also have nothing to fear from these terrorist. This is a great country with a free enterprise system, that encourages it’s people to accomplish, what others can only dream of. I can assure you that we will Kill or capture these criminal’s, where and when the opportunity presents it’s self. We are a free nation, that now is the focus of extremist world wide, due to are blind support of Israeli. Israeli has nothing to offer the US but a steady stream of suicidal terrorist. Frankly we are being held hostage by a few well placed political lobbyist (terrorist themselves) from Israeli. They boycott news agency’s, they control our media and ruin honest political careers of those whom dare criticize them. The Israelis lobbyist severs no other propose in this country but there own. They occupy three different country’s land in the Middle-East and have killed and torture the Palestinians in Gaza and the West bank for the last 40 yrs. They are more then willing to take these peoples land and kill anyone that stands in there way, even if it means Americans !!??? Please see this link. {{edit – too graphic}}
      People these plans don’t just fall from the skis. Can you imagine someone bulldozing your home to the ground and killing your family.
      Please America Wake UP!!!!!!!!

    41. yoyo muffintop on September 21st, 2006 10:19 pm

      edward, where shall I begin…
      You know, I’ll just say this: It takes a very narrow mind to continually do nothing but rage against a democracy trying to show restraint while being incessantly attacked and made to be the devil because it chooses to defend itself.

      You can stand tall and proud with Hamas and Hezbollah, I’ll stand tall and proud with the US and Israel.

      “Now go home and get your f#$%in’ shine box”

    42. Wonderwoman on September 22nd, 2006 8:11 am

      Baby Huey Charity begins at home, more that 1/3 or your people in your country has no food or jobs. But you come here and say you like to give. Take care of your own. And don’t think that the Americans are so niave to accept your offers.
      Danny Glover I will never watch another movie that your in. Maybe Hugo could finance your next project

    43. edward on September 23rd, 2006 12:31 am

      This is not Democracy, I can assure you of that…
      and don’t you dare hide behind the American flag at the cost of the lives of my fellow Americans, you toothless, uninsured red-state war pig…. we have lost a major resource>>>>> Our US Military and the support of the free world and 500 billion dollar spent on a war all the known World condemns…. You disgusting cheesy redneck, never never again type into any blog with your trailer park, no passport, hand on your daughters piece goddamn shit remarks

    44. yoyo muffintop on September 24th, 2006 11:06 am

      edward, edward, edward – all you are is an anti-semetic neo nazi, that is all. edward, I feel sorry for you and ashamed for your family. edward, here’s an idea, why don’t you move to lebannon, hook back up with your hezbollah buddies, and they can use you as a human shield.
      edward, edward, edward – so much hatred and rage towards the jews. again, I am ashamed for you and ashamed for your family.
      bye edward, off to have a bagel with lox for breakfast.

    45. Scared Monkeys on September 27th, 2006 9:46 pm

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    47. Hector on March 24th, 2009 3:52 am

      President Chavez is a good president. I rather have him in office than a a liar that stand’s at attention and look’s straight ahead in order to play the bluff game. In addition, how many other countries do you see in Iraq. One The US.
      SM: You think Chavez speals the truth … HAHAHA … have some more Kool-Aid dude.

    48. Hector on March 24th, 2009 4:22 am

      Mr. President Chavez can say what he want’s whenever he want’s about whoever he want’s. He is one of my heroe’s. Correcto.

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