Wednesday, September 20, 2006

We Have a Winner ...

Best U.N. General Assembly Speech
EVER !!!

Chavez calls Bush 'the devil'

Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan president, has called George Bush, the US president, “the devil” in a speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
"The devil came here yesterday," Chavez said, referring to Bush's address at the UN assembly on Tuesday.

"He came here talking as if he were the owner of the world."

The leftist leader, who has joined Iran in opposing US influence, accused Washington of "domination, exploitation and pillage of peoples of the world."

"We appeal to the people of the United States and the world to halt this threat, which is like a sword hanging over our head," he said.

Full story here.

This guy definitely has my vote for U.S. President in '08.

I thought for sure it was going to be Ahmadinejad with the way he took both the United States and England to task. And then there was Chirac with his insistence on dialogue that had me smelling the familiar waft of the god-awful Freedom Fries cooking in the Capitol Hill cafeteria once again.

But when Chavez came straight out calling old Georgie boy "the devil", I nearly fell out of my chair from laughing and, in that moment, I knew I had a victor. Thank you, President Chavez. If you need any help with your U.S. presidential campaign, drop me a line.


At September 20, 2006 8:31 PM, Blogger Human said...

Viva Chavez!
He was great. I'm gonna cut a letter to his Embassy thanking him.


At September 21, 2006 5:43 AM, Blogger dada said...

Yeh, one of the UN's more historical (hysterical) highlights moments. Chavez really hit the nail on the head with his "smell of sulfur" reference to the fouling of the building's air after Bush's appearance. And I really appreciated the laughter and applause of the diplomats present. It was a fun day in light of the series shit goin' down.

At September 21, 2006 6:22 AM, Blogger PTCruiser said...

That's an excellent idea. I think I'll do that myself. Thank you.

I totally agree. Definitely the highlight of the assembly.

At September 21, 2006 7:30 AM, Blogger pissed off patricia said...

I gotta a bit of a different take on this. I find it sad as hell that our country is in such a mess that Chavez felt free and supported enough to make this comment openly. I cannot believe anyone would have said such words about Pres. Clinton.

Bush has taken us to such a low place that the world no longer respects us or our prez. This is what the six years of bush rule has gotten for us. That makes me mad as hell and sad at the same time.

At September 21, 2006 8:44 AM, Blogger Human said...

Pop - Yep. I hear the bloody bastard is working on his memoirs already. The chapter on Foreign Policy is entitled, How To Lose Friends and Multiply Enemies.


At September 21, 2006 11:34 AM, Blogger Human said...

My letter to President(the elected kind)

My Dear Mr. President,

Peace to you, your family and to all the People of Venezuela.

I want to personally thank you for your wise and truthful words spoken at the United Nations yesterday. It is heartening that there are stout persons of integrity like your self who are fighting against the Bush Regime and their quest for World Domination.

Thank you for helping some American families by providing heat so that they may have a warm home to come to after a hard days labor and to raise their children in.

Only by a United Front against the Bush Regime can the danger that threatens us all be defeated. There is no greater danger to the the World and Peace than the public and secret face of the Bush Regime.

Please know that if by chance you are ever in my neighborhood, you will always be most welcome into the embrace of my family.

Thank you for your precious time.

At September 21, 2006 12:56 PM, Blogger azgoddess said...

i agree...he was outstanding and

such a gentleman..he was never abusive or rude

wow, can he speak...i want his brother to run our country - does he have a brother?

At September 21, 2006 5:39 PM, Blogger PTCruiser said...

I find it sad as well, and it does anger me, but sometimes it's better just to laugh and blow off some steam that way. My humor helps me control my blood pressure.

I absolutely love that letter. Be sure to let me know if you get a response.

He is a great speaker but the thing I like most about him is that he looks like a big cuddly teddy bear.

At September 21, 2006 7:05 PM, Blogger John Good said...

Can we please just get together and yank this SOB out of the White House?? I'm to the point where I miss Nixon! I can't beleive ANYone still backs this stupid bastard. . .

At September 21, 2006 7:08 PM, Blogger PTCruiser said...

You know things are getting bad when you miss Nixon.

At September 21, 2006 7:47 PM, Blogger Human said...

PT - I will. I sent one before. No reply, but that don't mean a thing.

Yeah at least Nixon was conservative on the enviroment. Bush deleted over 300 enviro laws/regs at the stroke of a pen. Just hours after being installed into office.

After reading what AIPAC's #1 whore Pelosi said about President(the elected kind) Chavez I shot off a letter to her too. I made a call to Rangels office also. No wonder I'm not a Dem. It would be like being an enabler in a dysfunctional relationship.


At September 22, 2006 2:09 AM, Blogger sumo said...

Just a little warning gang...they catch that letter and you'll find yourself in a locked room somewhere...and not over the rainbow either. If you are tried it will be for subversion and mix in alot of treason...oh yeah...treason. Bush considers him an enemy...and your kind letter would be aiding and giving comfort to said enemy. But's never boring here. Is this a great country or what?!!! So if anyone needs hlep drafting a letter...I'm in!

At September 22, 2006 5:17 AM, Blogger PTCruiser said...

Ha haaa!! Right ON, Sumo!

At September 22, 2006 6:39 AM, Blogger enigma4ever said...

things are more than bad when you miss Nixon...and other dead presidents...

At September 22, 2006 5:29 PM, Blogger james said...

Chavez kicked Bush around like a rusted old tin can and I enjoyed every minute of it. It's a sad statement on our current government when Chavez has to come in and help heat our poor. Thank-you Chavez for helping the poor of our country whom Bush kicks into the curb.

At September 23, 2006 2:03 PM, Blogger celticfire said...

....I think I just got a hard on for Hugo.

At September 23, 2006 6:22 PM, Blogger Donnie McDaniel said...

Hugo was the greatest! The man is priceless!!

At August 30, 2008 10:37 AM, Anonymous Jim Jones said...

You definitely have it pretty rough, PT Cruiser. I have to admit I feel for you, having to endure the embarrassment of being associated with the U.S. when we have such a rotten administration. And a stolen election that put it there. Of course, if a hundred-thousand vote swing in Ohio in 2004 had put John Kerry in the White House even though he would have lost the popular vote by about 4.5 million votes, I am sure that would have been just as upsetting to a man of high principles like yourself.

If you do want to vote for Hugo Chavez, feel free to renounce your current citizenship and become a Venzuelan citizen. Then you can sit in Caracas and watch Chavez TV (choose one of the two or three channels) and get your required daily dose of anti-American vitriol. If you hurry, you may be able to vote for Chavez and express your support for the pizza-faced man of the people. But don't delay -- you never know when the latest Venezuelan election is going to be the last one!

Iraq doesn't seem to be quite as much of a quagmire these days (August 2008) as people like you seem to think it is. You've lost the chance to move to Iraq and vote for Saddam and watch Saddam TV. You don't have many other choices left, really. North Korea, Iran, the Sudan... yeah, on reflection, I think Venezuela is your best bet. So go for it -- let nothing stand in the way of your beliefs...


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