Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Why am I not surprised?

Hugo Chavez is speaking at the UN today.

I'm watching it live, and the Venezuelan dictatorial holocaust-denying Iranian-terror-buddy lunatic began by holding up a book by Noam Chomsky, and encouraging everyone to read the book as a way to understand the danger of the "sword" of the "American Empire."

He then called George W. Bush "the devil" and crossed himself to the raucous laughter of the UN General Assembly. He also claimed that the UN Assembly hall still "smelled of sulfur" and that a psychologist should be brought in to analyze the President.

It's disgusting, what this work body has descended to. It's time to pull our support from the UN.

Update: Support John Bolton's nomination as ambassador to the UN. His response to Hugo's nutso rant? It's interesting that Chavez can say anything he wants, but the people of Venezuela have no such freedom of speech. Even the CNN anchors couldn't argue with that.

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