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Friday, September 22, 2006

Steaming Pile Of Shit

Venezuela's Chavez continues anti-Bush harangue:

By Daniel Trotta Thu Sep 21, 5:32 PM ET

NEW YORK (Reuters) - After branding President Bush as the devil at the United Nations, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez took his anti-imperialist rhetoric to Harlem on Thursday and ridiculed the Texan as a puffed-up John Wayne wannabe.

And the crowds -- a carefully selected group of leftists and liberals -- loved it.
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This fucker is touring the United States Bush bashing, and we're letting him get away with it. But that's the way we are. We have freedom of speech.
Now don't get me wrong, I'm all for freedom of speech. But I'm also all for manners. Which obviously, this pompous asshole has none of. He is doing nothing but trying to win the praise of the U.N. members by slamming Bush. What a dick.
I don't care what you think of Bush. That's not the point. The point is, whoever the leader is, you don't pull that shit. When dining at your neighbors' house, you don't insult the cook.

What would happen if Bush went to Venezuela - or for that matter, most any other leader went to most any other country in the world - and started insulting their leader? Do you think they would come back in one piece? Uh, no.

Where's a D.C. sniper when you really need one?

Anyway, Chavez - you are a:



Steaming Pile of Shit


Now on top of all this, Chavez is giving heating oil to poor folks in America:
Citgo said its discounted heating oil will benefit some 1.2 million Americans in 17 U.S. states this winter, including Indians in Alaska, some of whom were flown to New York and attended the ceremony in traditional dress. They performed a dance and offered Chavez a walrus figurine carved out of whale bone as a gift.

"This will go a long way for a lot of families," said Ian Erlich, a leader of the Alaska Intertribal Council who said many struggle to afford heating oil where he lives in Kotzebue, Alaska, north of the Artic Circle.

While the program started mainly in the Northeast last winter, this winter it is being expanded to Alaska, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Virginia, Maryland, and the cities of Washington, D.C., and Pittsburgh, Pa.
Wait a minute! Alaska is full of oil, but yet we're taking oil from this asshole? I know, the Alaska oil is crude and his is refined. No shit. But greenies here would rather us take Venezuelan goods than use our own resources, process it and let our own people use it.
There is definitely something wrong with this picture.

Oh, and if I see any of you buying Citgo gasoline (7-11), expect a nice clean slit in at least one of your tires.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'd like to kick Chavez in the teeth.

Lee said...

The fact that we aren't taking oil from Alaska is an internal political issue. I say screw that "environmental preservation" crap, and pump up the oil!

At any rate, while a boycott of Citgo seems nice on paper, and is the most direct source of oil from Venezuela, the country is the #4 source of oil imports to the U.S. last year, used by all the major companies I can think of. Boycotting Citgo is only likely to hurt the business owners at the local level, who in most(but sadly, not all) cases are our own citizens, while Venezuela sells their oil to the other American companies we consume our petroleum from in Citgo's place.

I agree that the comments Chavez made definitely merit the SPOS award, but no matter where he stands politically the heating oil discount benefits a ton of families in my neck of the woods, and is more than both the local and federal governments and any other energy concern are doing.

tl said...

I suppose the idea has some merit.

Use all theirs and later when their's runs out, you can charge what you like to supply them.

:)

curmudgeon said...

Lee,
I think it's disgusting that with all our reserves of oil in this country, we import so much. Especially from Venzuela. G.D. greenies.
I know there are hundreds if not thousands of idle wells in Wyoming and Utah. I'm sure many more I don't even know of, not to mention the many untapped wells in Alaska.
Besides that, much of the oil we pump here goes out of the country to get refined, then shipped back in to be sold. Again, because the greenies have made such a stink that the oil copanies have been regulated out of the refinery business. We could do away with imports from Venezuela and the middle east.
Too bad we can't help ourselves without that phony phuck getting us addicted to his 'generoustiy' while sneering to himself.

In the meantime, roughly 85% of his own country lives in poverty. I'm sure they appreciate him giving the stuff away.

tl,
Hopefully, sooner than later.