Monday, September 25, 2006

Chavez Plays With Hellfire

by Michael Gregory Steele and Herman B. Hayes

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has got a lot of nerve. The communist leader has long thumbed his nose at America and her freedoms, but this time Chavez has taken things too far. Instead of just verbally assaulting America from afar, Hugo has decided to make things personal by continually insulting our President during his recent visit here to the United States.

In fact, while making his address to the U.N. in New York last week, Chavez used the opportunity to cement his reputation as the Hispanic Howard Dean:
"The devil came here yesterday," Chavez said, referring to Bush, who addressed the world body during its annual meeting Tuesday. "And it smells of sulfur still today."
I actually watched the footage on TV while Chavez made these incendiary remarks. One thing I noticed though is that Chavez never actually called Bush “the devil” during his speech, but instead referred to him as “el Diablo.” After spending years listening to the incomprehensible gibberish spewed by my gardeners I can recognize Spanish when I hear it and this little moronic diatribe was made in Spanish.

Look, if you’re going to cross the Mexican border, like Chavez presumably did en route from Venezuela, and come to this country you’d better know how to speak the language. Now I’m sure Hugo knew pretty far in advance that he would be addressing the U.N. here in the good old U.S. of A. He had plenty of notice. He could have at very least learned a few English words so that when he spat on everything we stand for, he could do it in our native tongue. If you’re going to insult the President of the United States on American soil, at least have the decency not to do it in Spanish.

Now let’s move on to the actual substance of Chavez’s remarks. Again, he called President Bush, a leader hand-picked by the Almighty, Satan. Unbelievable! But this just begs the question, why would the Lord pick His greatest foe to rule over His favored nation? The whole thing just defies common sense.

Another point to consider is that the devil would have great difficulty climbing the ranks within the Republican Party, the party of God and moral values. Maybe he could get elected to a local post like county commissioner but certainly not president. I think it’s quite clear that if Satan ever wanted to find himself in the White House, he’d have to do so with a “(D)” after his name. Even then it would be quite a struggle for Beelzebub to make it through the Democratic Party primary with all those far-left liberal delegates questioning whether he’s truly evil enough to represent the Democratic Party.

But all of this talk about Satan’s presidential prospects is taking me away from my main point – Hugo Chavez is a godless communist who made a tremendous error in judgment by insulting President Bush. It would be wise for Mr. Chavez to keep a lower profile and keep his Spanish-speaking mouth shut. If Chavez continues to taunt us, he may leave America no choice but to unleash a devastating wave of freedom and democracy upon his nation. I also think it’s high time that Hugo Chavez learned a few words of English. Maybe, just maybe, he could begin by slowly and carefully sounding out the word “sorry.”


At September 26, 2006 12:26 AM, Blogger The Pagan Temple said...

Hugo is basically a good man. He just gets carried away sometimes. Still, he's not about to put up with George Bush and the Neo-Cons going to his country and stealing his oil, and sneaking two thirds of his population across US borders to pick lettuce and work for slave wages for greedy American farmers and businessmen.

At September 26, 2006 3:36 PM, Blogger dusty said...

Perhaps Hugo should of taken a page from Kruschev's book and merely taken his shoe off and banged it on the woke alot of people up but didn't piss off half as many as Hugo apparently did. Then the room wouldn't of smelled like sulfur either..just dirty socks.

At October 01, 2006 11:59 PM, Blogger Blue Gal said...

I guess it's lucky for Chavez, that President Bush reserves statements like "we'll bomb you back to the stone age" for countries like Pakistan.

At October 09, 2006 8:48 AM, Anonymous Augury said...

Does Hugo Chavez have a right to say what he did? The US govt ran him out of office and the people put him back in and then the US tried to have him killed. Since he did all that, he is now an official terrorist.

Columbia with its drugs, Panama and Mexico are the gateways for the drugs, and Afghanistan is now producing more opium than ever before (US in charge) but we are talking good guys now.

At October 30, 2006 10:18 PM, Blogger God Almighty said...

Hugo is a dear friend of mine and he certainly calls 'em like he sees 'em Huh folks?

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