Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Hugo Chavez Endorses Barack Obama

Hugo Chavez has come as close as you can to endorsing Barack Obama as you can come without actually saying so. However if you read what Chavez has recently said, you can pretty much consider it an endorsement. And this makes the DUmmies very nervous as you can see in this THREAD titled, "Hugo Chávez: 'New US president should listen to the world.'" The DUmmies know that Chavez is in favor of his fellow Marxist, Obama, winning the election but they don't want him to come out and say so just yet because they fear the backlash of such an endorsement. So let us now watch the DUmmies ponder the Chavez endorsement in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, noting that those cocoa leaves that Chavez munches daily probably caused him to let down his guard, is in the [barackets]:


Hugo Chávez: "New US president should listen to the world"

[And guess who Hugo Chavez means. And it's not Sarah Palin's running mate.]

Source: El Universal, Venezuelan opposition newspaper

[Opposition "por ahora" until Venezuela completely institutes its own version of the "Fairness Doctrine."]

Venezuela's President Hugo Chávez said that the next US president must "talk and listen" to the world. He also said that the new leader of the United States would be accountable for the implementation of neoliberal policies and their impact on the global financial crisis.

[Yup! An Obama endorsement.]

"The next president of the United States must sit down and talk to the world. He has to do it." "Not with Chávez, I am not important," said the Venezuelan leader on Saturday night during a meeting with regional media in the eastern state of Sucre, DPA reported.

[Definitely meaning Obama.]

Chávez made these remarks when he was asked about the recent statements made by Democrat presidential candidate Barack Obama on a possible dialogue with the Venezuelan president if Obama wins the elections next November 4.

[The word is missing but this is definitely an endorsement. Now on to the nervous DUmmies...]

There is only one chance of that happening. Hugo and Barack, the bonding.

[Of course, my perceptive little DUmmie. Hugo and Barack will bond if Obama wins.]

I wish he'd shut up about the U.S. and this election. We're gaining a lot of "middle ground," moderate voters. Let's keep it that way, and not introduce Chavez into the mix.

[Please don't let the public know that Hugo Chavez endorses Obama. We still have a lot of gullible "moderate voters" that we have to sucker.]

I stand by my statement. He's not helping Obama anymore than an endorsement by the Castros would. I want to win this election.

[Translation: Please shut up "por ahora," Hugo, so we can fool enough people.]

Did you not realize he was answering a direct question when he said that? Maybe he should have called you to seek your advice. He did NOT endorse Barack Obama, or can't you grasp this detail?

[He did not formally "endorse" Obama but he did endorse him without actually saying "endorse." Wink! Wink!]

Chavez should STFU. At least until after the election ... THEN he can run his gob all he wants.

[There it is folks. The DUmmies want Chavez to just shut up about endorsing Obama until he can express his Barack love after the election.]

No, he should NOT STFU. He's telling the truth, why should he?

[I agree. Hugo Chavez should be allowed to loudly express his support for Obama.]

I believe in Free Speech ... I'm not passing laws against him saying something. I'm saying I wish he'd shut up until after the election.

[Please do not let the public know that Obama is endorsed by a Bolivaran Marxist.]

It doesn't endorse anyone whatsoever.

[He doesn't use the word "endorse," but Hugo definitely does endorse you-know-who and it ain't McCain.]

So I really see no reason why Chavez should shut up. I certainly wouldn't.

[Speak up, Chavez! Let us all know about your endorsement of Obama.]

Chavez is a passionate man, a warrior who feels things strongly, intensely and who is gifted with empathy for shared suffering... whereas US armchair cowboys, who are playing Masters of the Universe games with real countries in the real world, are cowardly sociopathic bureaucrats. But Obama will change all that. Just watch. The tide has turned. We get to salvage what's left of the wreck.

[Obama will change all that. He will change us into a Bolivaran Republic.]

He is not a nut. He is not a clown. He is not a tyrant. He is well-supported, trusted and admired and he is VERY democratic.

[Chavez is not a nut? Isn't this the same clown who ordered all Venezuelan clocks set forward by a half hour?]

26 Comments:

Anonymous Anon 1:50 said...

Chavez is a nut, a despot, tyrant, asshat, and banana republic tinpot dictator. He's very nearly something out of a Woody Allen movie.

...and he loves Obama.

Why? Because Obama can be ridden like a stolen horse and McCain wouldn't give Chavez the time of day.

It is an endorsement, and a telling one at that.

10:09 AM  
Anonymous radical redneck said...

Kayinsane - the gift that never stops giving! :em01:

Sarah Palin trying to get Barack Obama assassinated on behalf of the KKK

Sarah Palin is trying to get Barack Obama assassinated. Just the other day I did THIS POST questioning if Sarah Palin was the proverbial pretty white woman who yells, “That man raped me!!!”, in a crowd of white men to get them to kill or beat up the black man. Well, I seem to be onto something and it isn’t pretty. Sarah Palin has reared her ugly head and on it reads, “KKK OR BUST”.

Sarah Palin is truly the lipstick wearing wolf in sheep’s clothing. Or maybe she’s…..how do I say it?….the anti-Christ?

the KKK is the one who pushed John McCain to pick her and they threatened to kill McCain’s black child if he didn’t

Sarah Palin doesn’t know it yet, but she’s the face of DOMESTIC TERRORISM at the moment. Spit. Yep, she’s the face of the KKK.

kayinmaine Says:
October 7, 2008 at 7:43 am
Johnny & Sarah don’t want to talk about the current financial situation because they don’t care about the current financial situation. They’d rather resort to right wing KKK tactics which is lying about the black man to incite violence against him. Killing Barack before the election would be a dream come true for the McPain ticket!

Since Trig Palin has never been listed as being born at the Wasilla hospital as reported in Alaskan newspapers, some who think he is actually Bristol’s baby wonder if he wasn’t actually born in this remote, ultra racist part of Idaho.

11:30 AM  
Blogger Son Of The Godfather said...

Radical Redneck,

I think even the leftiest lefturds cringe when they see a kayinmaine diatribe. Also, it's not nice to make fun of the clinically insane.;)

11:35 AM  
Blogger Tazzerman said...

"He is not a nut. He is not a clown. He is not a tyrant. He is well-supported, trusted and admired and he is VERY democratic."

Spoken like a fully indoctrinated leftie/Marxist. Is there any doubt Obama feels the same way?

Obama's buddy Ayers met with Hugo not to long ago. They had a regular 'love fest' going. Here's an excerpt of Ayer's speach in Nov. 2006

"This is my fourth visit to Venezuela, each time at the invitation of my comrade and friend Luis Bonilla, a brilliant educator and inspiring fighter for justice. Luis has taught me a great deal about the Bolivarian Revolution and about the profound educational reforms underway here in Venezuela under the leadership of President Chavez. We share the belief that education is the motor-force of revolution, and I’ve come to appreciate Luis as a major asset in both the Venezuelan and the international struggle—I look forward to seeing how he and all of you continue to overcome the failings of capitalist education as you seek to create something truly new and deeply humane. Thank you, Luis, for everything you’ve done."

Spoken like a good little comrade and fellow traveler.

1:35 PM  
Anonymous john galt said...

Ayers education reform agenda: the Marxist equivalent of Wahabbi madrassas.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122212856075765367.html

2:07 PM  
Anonymous john galt said...

You want an insight into the Left? Take a look at Jean-Paul Sartre and his "philosophy," particularly "Being and Nothingness." What a huge steaming pile of anti-rational crap!

Sartre also explains the Left's view of both Reality and history nicely: the facts of Reality don't matter, the only truth is what the majority of "The Other" believe is true.

2:11 PM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

"...and he loves Obama." anon admitting he's a homo because he seriously understands Chavez's love for Obama.

If you think Chavez hasn't thought about the ramifications of endorsing Obama, you're a small piece of discarded re-bar.

Do you actually think that Chavez doesn't get the fact that he might, hmmm, let's see, know that his endorsement is poison?

Did that thought even occur to you, anon? Because, if it didn't, you need to get off the bus. Now. Get along little doggie. Go.

11:59 PM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

"the facts of Reality don't matter, the only truth is what the majority of "The Other" believe is true." mr galt

Yes. Whatever.

I think you have something to say, mr galt. But you can't sound like you've just snorted a buttload of ecstasy and maintain your credibility. Not going to happen.

How bout the debate tonight? Any opinions (the trap is set)?

12:15 AM  
Anonymous DumbAss Tanker said...

"How bout the debate tonight? Any opinions?"

Neither one of them set the world on fire. McCain came out well ahead on foreign policy, especially with the Iran question at the end vs. a "Me-too, ignore that other stuff I said" answer from Obama, but Obama came out ahead on domestic issues simply by not being forced to explain how he was going to reduce 95% of people's taxes while increasing various programmatic spending.

The idea apparently relies on taxing the dogshit out of the top 5% of individual taxpayers and corporations, however that is the segment of taxpaying population best situated to totally avoid paying any such bill via creative accounting, asset re-allocation, restructuring, or just going off-shore.

If elected, Obama will learn what the phrases "Unintended consequences" and "Pushing on a rope" mean, just as Bill Clinton and a Dem Congress did with their "Yacht Tax," which didn't raise any revenue but put a lot of boat builders in the unemployment lines in the Southeast.

9:54 AM  
Anonymous Anon 1:50 said...

No Trog. You're dead wrong.

Chavez sees himself as most despots do... grandiose, a savior, infallible.

The notion that he realizes that he's a global buttmunch and that his endorsement is "poison" wouldn't occur to him, ever. In his mirror, only goodness and rightness looks back.

Think; Hitler. He truly believed that what he was doing was truth and beauty itself, ordained by higher powers and blessed by the Gods.

BTW, it's a shame you made a half-decent argument and then chose to denigrate yourself by using dismissive rhetoric.

Punk.

10:37 AM  
Blogger Son Of The Godfather said...

The same folks who see Chavez as a wonderful democratic champion also see Che Guevera as a brave revolutionary figure.

Again, to these folks:
facts = kryptonite.

11:53 AM  
Anonymous john galt said...

Trog quotes part of the sentence to infer a conclusion that doesn't fit the facts. Why does that sound so familiar?

The trap sprung when you were setting it t-man -- got any fingers left? :)

The debate was lame. McQueeg doesn't have the spirit (or is it the self-ishness?) to fight.

2:50 PM  
Anonymous john galt said...

"... McCain came out well ahead on foreign policy, ... Obama came out ahead on domestic issues ..."

dumbass, were you and Krauthammer watching the same debate?

2:54 PM  
Anonymous DumbAss Tanker said...

Well, Galtstone, I report, you decide.
It depends on whether you look at it from the point of view of the nationwide audience who don't have any memory of, or interest in, anything that either candidate said or did more than three months ago, or whether you look at the gestalt of their staements and careers.
I believe Mr. K. is referring to the more adult view, which is unfortunately looking to be not so important in the outcome of the election, while I'm looking at the effect on a national audience that seems to wake up on a new planet every morning.

4:20 PM  
Anonymous john galt said...

Galtstone! LOL!

Reason does stick in a lot of people's craw so to speak. :)

"... national audience that seems to wake up on a new planet every morning ..."

"Being and Nothingness" again... the poor bastards hate themselves so much because they aren't what they imagine they could be.

6:17 PM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

"Punk." anon

Jerk. troglaman

"Chavez sees himself as most despots do... grandiose, a savior, infallible." anon

How do you know? Jesus. You carry on like you know this guy. Like he fits into this matrix of anonic understanding.

Your presumptions are idiotic. You're making them up. I guarantee you this, you pompous ass, you cannot see into the head of Chavez. You're pretending to know. So, if it can't be Chavez, who exactly are you describing, anon? I think you know, you rascal.

Here's a thought. Maybe Chavez knew what he was doing. Hard to conceive, I know.

1:24 AM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

"The debate was lame. McQueeg doesn't have the spirit (or is it the self-ishness?) to fight." mr galt

Lame it was. Why was it Brokaw asked about everything already covered by the first debate? I had multiple deja-vu's which took the form of disabling tape loops. I'm still recovering.

And, just for the hell of it, mr. galt...it may not be about either candidate. It could be about the message. You've got to start giving your fellow man more credit.

1:53 AM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

"Sartre also explains the Left's view of both Reality and history nicely: the facts of Reality don't matter, the only truth is what the majority of "The Other" believe is true." mr galt

There ya go. In context and everything.

?????

Makes a lot more sense now, that's for sure.

2:05 AM  
Anonymous mandible claw said...

I guarantee you this, you pompous ass, you cannot see into the head of Chavez. You're pretending to know.

Chavez is re-engineering the entire economy of Venezuela as he wants it, and trying to instate himself as president for life, due to his humility and meekness of character?

5:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry to intrude upon your propaganda campaign with "facts", but here they are. Here is what Hugo Chavez said about the US elections:

"The two candidates for the U.S. presidency attack us equally, they attack us defending the interests of the empire," Chavez said at a meeting of his socialist party.

And here is the link to the Reuters story about it (I know, DAMN LIBERAL MEDIA!):
http://uk.reuters.com/article/oilRpt/idUKN1637941420080717

You all would have been better served sticking to the terrorist angle--but again, you're not only creeps, but also morons, so do what you feel you must.

8:07 AM  
Anonymous John Galt said...

"... And, just for the hell of it, mr. galt...it may not be about either candidate. It could be about the message. ..."

Exactly! Both are spouting collectivist crap about INCREASING government control and ownership of the economy. In McQueeg's case, he's agitating for government ownership of your home, ferchris sake!!

Where in the Constitution does government power to dictate executive salaries, invalidate private contracts, or save people from their own stupidity and bankruptcy come from?

We're headed for either Communism or Fascism depending on whether the dictator ends up being a single party or single thug. McQueeg's only saving grace is that he's NOT Obama and still has some vestiges of nostalgia for small government and the original philosophy of the nation's founders.

"... You've got to start giving your fellow man more credit. ..."

Isn't excessive credit at the root of the current economic crisis? Too much easy fiat money sloshing around for years encouraged people to borrow more than they can possibly produce.

So what's the Fed doing now to "fix" the problem? PUMPING EVEN MORE FIAT MONEY INTO BANKS THAT SHOULD CEASE TO EXIST!! It's throwing bad Federal debt after bad private debt in an attempt to stimulate creation of more private debt. Totally irrational!

We should be voting to exterminate the Fed and central banks, not voting to increase their size and power.

11:10 AM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

"Chavez is re-engineering the entire economy of Venezuela as he wants it, and trying to instate himself as president for life, due to his humility and meekness of character?" mandible

Who said anything about "his humility and meekness of character" you dumbfuck? Not me. It's another one of many fantasies you crazy assholes make believe is going on in a liberal's head, you delusional root crops.

Own up to it. It's your only chance for redemption.

12:57 AM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

"Isn't excessive credit at the root of the current economic crisis? Too much easy fiat money sloshing around for years encouraged people to borrow more than they can possibly produce." mr galt

Yes. This is so right.

I swear to God when I was 25 years old, owing money (credit) was a bad thing. Now, if you haven't owed money to some asshole and paid it off, you're fucked. As Dylan said, you have to "serve somebody" to get a good rating.

Credit is simply owing. And 'owing' has become the backbone of our economy. Yeah. Totally fucked up.

1:14 AM  
Anonymous john galt said...

"... And 'owing' has become the backbone of our economy. Yeah. Totally fucked up. ..."

I hope your conclusion ("Totally fucked up..") includes "owing" to those who are either unwilling or unable to produce wealth or take responsibility for their own survival.

Charity is voluntary benevolence, NOT an obligation extorted from those who produce wealth.

3:04 PM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

"I hope your conclusion ("Totally fucked up..") includes "owing" to those who are either unwilling or unable to produce wealth or take responsibility for their own survival." mr galt

What's that? Could it be empty bravado? Yes. It is. Whew. Thank God.

2:33 AM  
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3:07 PM  

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