Chavez, makes some points. (UPDATED, again)

C.I.R. Press Editorial

UNDISCLOSED – I know this is not really a military matter but listening to Chavez at the U.N. today he did mention the military of America are terrorists, and brought up bombs and what not so I figure it is close enough. The odd thing is that I did find myself AGREEING with him; a few times he makes some very valid points in between his insane ranting.

He was right, there was a smell of sulfur because the devil did indeed speak at that very podium yesterday:


1) Do you realize the irony of him telling the “Yankees to go home” while he is in the northeast of America, and on a smaller level the literal home of the Yankees baseball team! We are home you jackass.
2) He thinks the U.N. should possibly be moved, even to Venezuela… ok, good take it.
3) The U.N. is not a functioning body, he says. It is a great place to have people come make speeches and that is about all it is good for.

“I don't think anybody in this room could defend the system. Let's accept -- let's be honest. The U.N. system, born after the Second World War, collapsed. It's worthless. Oh, yes, it's good to bring us together once a year, see each other, make statements and prepare all kinds of long documents, and listen to good speeches…”

Well, he does make some very good points oddly. And if you are still a believer in the U.N. please explain to me why you support a body of people that are lathered up to an orgasm to applaud after a man on U.S. soil is calling for the demise of our country?


(UPDATE 20060921): Congrats to Rep. Rangel who stood up against Chavez today.

I want to express my extreme displeasure with statements by the President of Venezuela attacking U.S. President George Bush in such a personal and disparaging way during his remarks at the United Nations General Assembly.
George Bush is the President of the United States and represents the entire country. Any demeaning public attack against him is viewed by Republicans and Democrats, and all Americans, as an attack on all of us.

(UPDATE 20060921): Congrats to Rep. Pelosi who stood up against Chavez today.

"Hugo Chavez fancies himself a modern day Simon Bolivar but all he is an everyday thug," House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said at a news conference, referring to Chavez' comments in a U.N. General Assembly speech on Wednesday.