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September 21, 2006

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Ok I Have Had Enough Of This Shit

You can say what you want politicaly at the United Nations, but when you run around OUR Country bashing OUR President there is only one thing left to say:


GO HOME AND PISS OFF HUGO CHAVEZ!!!!..WE DONT WANT YOU IN OUR COUNTRY ANY MORE,.. AND IF AN ACCIDENT SHOULD BEFALL YOU ON YOUR WAY HOME,.. I WONT BE SHEDDING A TEAR!!! ..I'LL BE DANCING IN THE STREET!


................The Devil Himself Hugo Chavez



I want to know how this little bastard got a VISA to come into this Country when ALOT of other people are waiting in line? And why was he speaking at the United Nations when he isnt even a member? However I do agree with him on one thing, MOVE THE UN TO VENEZUELA!!! Go home you slimy little Moron!!! This guy is making the Lunatic President of Iran look like Gentle Ben. I hope we arent paying for Security for this idiot, if we are I want my money back, and I will make sure it show's up on my TAX FORM!!

Never again will I stop at a CITGO gas station to get gas! I'll stop somewhere else. Every single dollar of CITGO gas goes into Hugo Chavez pocket. I wont be contributing to this Lunatic's wallet!
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Chavez Calls Bush "The Devil"

Chavez Calls Bush, Alcoholic, Says He Walks Like John Wayne

Well Chavez, John Wayne had Balls, and True Grit, you have neither!

Chavez Flees Country

Gee ya think? I would flee the Country too If I were Chavez, I mean there could be an ACCIDENT or something :-)
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I will give credit where credit is due!

RANGEL: AN ATTACK ON BUSH IS AN ATTACK ON ALL AMERICANS... 'You do not come into my country, my congressional district, and you do not condemn my president. If there is any criticism of President Bush, it should be restricted to Americans, whether they voted for him or not. I just want to make it abundantly clear to Hugo Chavez or any other president, do not come to the United States and think because we have problems with our president that any foreigner can come to our country and not think that Americans do not feel offended when you offend our Chief of State'...

Charlie Rangel: You Wont Bash My President...Video

Nancy Pelosi: You Thug

Andy Card: Chavez Is Minor Pest/Like A Knat Flying Around

And where it's NOT!
Senator Harkin D-Iowa Defends Chavez

19 Comments:

Anonymous jay said...

This should be the final straw on the camels back. Get the UN out of the US. The get the US out of the UN.

September 21, 2006 10:29 AM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

Jay,

This should be the final straw on the camels back. Get the UN out of the US. The get the US out of the UN.
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I totally agree, this is bull****.
We shouldnt have to pay this this crap! I want my money back!

I tried to reply on your blog yesterday and I couldnt get my post to submit!

But thank you for stopping by my place :-)

September 21, 2006 10:55 AM  
Blogger LJG aka Pennsylvania Independent said...

Irionically CITGO is American owned but gets alot of petroleum from Venezulela, which does make Chavez a ton of money. Just be careful where you purchase gasoline. Many convienice stores that do not advertise their brand of fuel will often use fuel purchased from CITGO.
I am surprised many Democratic politicians stood beside the President and defended him.

September 21, 2006 1:24 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

Penn,

Irionically CITGO is American owned but gets alot of petroleum from Venezulela, which does make Chavez a ton of money. Just be careful where you purchase gasoline. Many convienice stores that do not advertise their brand of fuel will often use fuel purchased from CITGO.
I am surprised many Democratic politicians stood beside the President and defended him.

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The little gas stations called CITGO are American owned, but every single drop of gas that comes out of thier pumps is owned by Venezuela! Here is the analysis of CITGO, it's kind of old but it tells you everything you ever wanted to know about CITGO
Venezuelananalysis.com

I am astonished myself at the Democrats that stood by Bush, and were actually visibly upset by all this crap! Especially Charlie Rangel!
However I still keep in mind this is an election year, and I guess if they DONT say something they look pretty bad on this. But I will give them credit, because I think Rangel of ALL people was truly disgusted by this whole charade.
The Republicans on the other hand are sitting back silently appauled by all this, and they think dignifying anything Chavez says with any answer is crazy. I can see thier point, but I guess that's why they have us!
They already stand by the President so they dont need to make any statements.

I just want my money back! I am tired of funding the UN, and paying for security for any of these Lunatic assholes to come into MY Country and Bash MY President, and YES I would feel the same way if MY President was a Democrat!

September 21, 2006 2:16 PM  
Anonymous Dawn said...

Damn girl remind me never to get on your shit list, Chavez is an asshole.

September 21, 2006 3:05 PM  
Blogger J_G said...

I finally got off my duff and called for a boycott of Citgo over at my blog. Plus one of my works of art :-)

Citgo is owned by PDV America, Inc., an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of PetrĂ³leos de Venezuela, S.A., the national oil company of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. It used to partially owned by Southland Corporation who sold the gas at 7-11 stores but it is now owned wholly by Hugo Chavez.

September 21, 2006 3:22 PM  
Blogger J_G said...

Those dictators are using the very words that have come out of the mouths of the democrat leadership such as Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Ted Kennedy and Howard Dean. Charlie Rangel is trying make it look like they are distancing themselves from those comments of Chavez and Ahmadinejad but they have given those dictators the very words they used.

September 21, 2006 3:37 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

Dawn,

Damn girl remind me never to get on your shit list, Chavez is an asshole.
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If your not the leader of a foreign Country in OUR Country bashing OUR President you dont have to worry :-)

I should emphisize the "Foreign Leader in OUR Country" part, because I dont believe Freedom of Speech applies there, I believe it only applies to American Citizen's whom the Constitution Of The United States applies to.

You are right, Chavez is an asshole!

September 21, 2006 7:49 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

JG,

I finally got off my duff and called for a boycott of Citgo over at my blog. Plus one of my works of art :-)

Citgo is owned by PDV America, Inc., an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of PetrĂ³leos de Venezuela, S.A., the national oil company of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. It used to partially owned by Southland Corporation who sold the gas at 7-11 stores but it is now owned wholly by Hugo Chavez.

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Well good for you, I will be over to see it in a few!
However I dont want to put the American workers at CITGO in harms way (By way of thier pocket book), but Chavez HAS to be sent some kind of message!

September 21, 2006 7:53 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

JG,

Those dictators are using the very words that have come out of the mouths of the democrat leadership such as Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Ted Kennedy and Howard Dean. Charlie Rangel is trying make it look like they are distancing themselves from those comments of Chavez and Ahmadinejad but they have given those dictators the very words they used.
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You are so right. All the Liberals claim we are hated by other countries, and they forget if it wasnt for THIER words and actions to begin with, making us look like total Lunatic's to the rest of the World, we wouldnt be dealing with the likes of Hugo Chavez!

But oh well they have had thier 5 minutes of being let up on, (For Today), Tommorrow we will be fighting like cats and dogs again.

September 21, 2006 7:59 PM  
Blogger Skye said...

I love how the Dems are now backpedalling on their BFF - Chavez.

September 22, 2006 8:06 AM  
Anonymous Mrs. Green said...

You guys are hysterically funny. Going all postal on Chavez's remarks but ignoring the Bush administration's BFF, Pervez Musharaff, a military dictator who allows the person who murdered 3,000 Americans to take refuge in his country.

Compare and contrast your bellowing over Chavez and your acceptance of Musharraf.

Chavez doesn't harbor the murderer of 3,000 Americans, and he was democratically elected by the people of Venezuela.

But Chavez called Bush a devil and made an ass of himself in front of the world--so you concentrate your venom on him.

I look at a person's actions not words:

Musharraf is Bush's friend, Chavez isn't.

Go read about the dictator and terrorist lover, Musharraf.

Oh, and don't forget to watch 60 Minutes on Sunday when Musharraf tells the world that the US threatened to bomb Pakistan into oblivion unless they helped us in our war on terror.

Ha! Using terror tactics to get people to help us fight terror! How rich.

September 22, 2006 8:32 AM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

Skye,

I love how the Dems are now backpedalling on their BFF - Chavez.
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It will last all of 5 minutes then they will be right back to thier freaky ways!

September 22, 2006 10:22 AM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

Mrs Green,

You guys are hysterically funny. Going all postal on Chavez's remarks but ignoring the Bush administration's BFF, Pervez Musharaff, a military dictator who allows the person who murdered 3,000 Americans to take refuge in his country.
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You think that whole charade with Chavez was funny?

So does that mean that you agree with Chavez running around OUR Country bashing OUR President?

Your own party doesnt even agree with that crap!

Compare and contrast your bellowing over Chavez and your acceptance of Musharraf.

Chavez doesn't harbor the murderer of 3,000 Americans, and he was democratically elected by the people of Venezuela.

But Chavez called Bush a devil and made an ass of himself in front of the world--so you concentrate your venom on him.

I look at a person's actions not words:

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Musharaff isnt running around New York bashing Bush now is he?

And Musharaff has done alot and been a good friend in the "War On Terror" like capturing Kaleid Shiek Mohammad, the mastermind of the 9-11 plot!

He isnt trying to harbor Bin Laden, it's just nobody can get up there in the Tribal regions of Waziristan, not even Musharaff's army.

And you arent in the Military, so you really dont know what is going on behind the scenes do you?

Every other week Al-Quaida tries to kill the man, I'm quite sure Musharaff want's Bin Hidin caught just as bad as WE do!

There is NO comparison between the two.

Musharaff's actions have spoken louder than his words ever could.

Musharraf is Bush's friend, Chavez isn't.

Go read about the dictator and terrorist lover, Musharraf.

Oh, and don't forget to watch 60 Minutes on Sunday when Musharraf tells the world that the US threatened to bomb Pakistan into oblivion unless they helped us in our war on terror.

Ha! Using terror tactics to get people to help us fight terror! How rich.

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You guys on the left crack me up, first you say we have no friends in the world and then you blast Musharaff for being a friend!

Which is it?

Why would I watch 60 minutes? Why would I watch anything at all from CBS, those wonderful people like Dan Rather, whose doctored documents about President Bush's Air National Guard Service wound up showing Rather the door!

I saw the speech with Musharaff and Bush, and Musharaff was laughing about this idea that Richard Armatage said that we would bomb them back into the stone age if they didnt help us.

But you know what? If Armatage said that? Good for him! If you want to call it using terror tactic's fine, I call it one hell of a good idea and we should try it more often!

Now that would be rich!!

September 22, 2006 11:22 AM  
Blogger J_G said...

Mrs. Green said...Chavez doesn't harbor the murderer of 3,000 Americans, and he was democratically elected by the people of Venezuela.

Just what I'd expect you to say Mrs. Green. Chavez's election was no more valid than that of Ahmadinejad. People were ordered to vote for Chavez or they would be jailed. As a matter of fact only 25% of those able to vote bothered to show up because they knew Chavez would be elected anyhow. The people that worked for the national oil company specifically boycotted the election and he fired twenty thousand of the the skilled workers needed to run his oil comapany.

You make me laugh Mrs. Green because you make it too easy. Musharaff has no control over the region where Bin Laden may be hiding. Musharaff has enough on his hands just trying to keep control of his Army. You had better hope that Musharaff does maintain control because Pakistan is nuclear capable and those missiles will be fired at India and American interests as soon as the Islamic extremists get control of them so you'd better pray that the dictator Musharaff maintains control.

That's the problem with you liberals. You have no perspective nor are you able gauge proportion. Chavez is a direct threat to our national security because he is trying to manipulate our oil supplies and subvert voting machine integrity to place his Bolivarian Republic movement in much stronger position and has agents in every city doing just that in the US.

It would be nice if we caught Bin Laden but what do we do with him if he is caught alive. Will your kind let us water-board him, torture him, publickly humiliate him or punish him? Of course not that kind of treatment is going to be reserved for George Bush because he is at fault not Bin Laden. So we kill Bin Laden and then what? We will still have Chavez and Ahmadinejad to deal with.

Bin Laden needs to be killed for sure but if it happens not much will chamge except the shrill whining of the left saying George Bush comitted murder for killing Bin Laden.

Where's the perspective or proportion? Where's decency when it's called for? None of that is remotely possible as long as the current leadership of the left in in place.

September 22, 2006 12:29 PM  
Blogger Mike's America said...

Mrs. "Green:"

I'll take it for granted that you are concerned about the environment and oppose the environmentally safe plan to drill in ANWR and off the coast of Florida.

If not, let me know and we can start drilling on Monday with your permission.

So why is it that you GREENIES don't take you best buddy Chavez to the woodshed for his plans to build a natural gas pipeline from Venezuela to Argentina cutting right through the heart of the Brazilian rain forest?

And I thought you folks were opposed to nuclear weapons and the arms race. Yet you have said what??? about Chavez's massive military arms buildup and his offer to help Iran develop nuclear weapons?

Oh, and while I am at it.....When Human Rights Watch is criticizing the US for running a holiday camp at Guantanamo Bay you folks cite their reports day and night.

Yet, HRW has a long list of human rights violations, including REAL TORTURE that is going on in Venezueal right now.

The only conclusion that I can make of all these incongruities in the left's positions on these issues is that there is one over-riding factor: you care more about power than you do about the environment or opposing nuclear weapons and the arms race. And you will align yourselves with the devil if it means defeating conservatives.

Crawl back to your compost heap Mrs. "Green."

September 22, 2006 7:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmmm. I have seen some conservative American blogs before, but this is frightening. It is one thing to do what must be done, but you people seem... vindicated. As if you enjoy it. Taking pleasure at the suffering of others, enemy or no, is still sadism.

The United Nations, on paper, exists to prevent powerful dictatorships such as Nazi Germany from rising into power, and to prevent mass genocidal slaughter. Although it has certainly failed in many instances, such failure calls for reform, not abandonement. Of course, such a thing is very difficult, but since when has the US backed down from a challenge?

Certainly many nations across the world are... less than thrilled with our actions. Yet your words move me to grief. Have we become so barbaric that we automatically despise any who call our motives into question? If my neighbor thought poorly of me, I would like to know why. I would be hurt, possibly surprised. I am not, and I hope most Americans are not, so quickly moved to rage by criticism.

America was founded on several principles. One very important to us was freedom of speech. Our founding fathers believed that this right was universal, and established a nation to show this example to the rest of the world. Although the argument that out laws only affect our citizens is a valid one, the principle upon which the law was (and is) based was considered universal and God-given by those who penned it. "I may not agree with what you have to say," said Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., "but I will defend to the death your right to say it." Not a founding father, but I'm sure he stands with them now in the next world.

The Christian Bible, Jewish Torah and Muslim Quran all state "Thou shalt not kill." Not one of the three forbids one from dying with forgiveness on one's lips. To God, it is better to die than to kill. A pity some few fanatical Muslims have forgotten this--let not the Jewish and Christian communities suffer the stigma of violent, radical extremists, as well.

July 02, 2007 4:04 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

Anonymous,

I take it you didnt read the whole story.

It lead on to where The idiot Chavez took to the streets of New York bashing our sitting President.

I wont stand for that no matter who is the sitting President.

Anyone who comes to this Country better repect it and not use it for a Bush Bash episode especialy when you are the head of another Country.

And I praised DEMOCRAT Charlie Rangel for comming out and saying how disgusted he was about it.

Another head of another Country does NOT have that freedom of speech here because they arent an American Citizen.

If my blog scares you then I must be doing something right :-)

July 03, 2007 11:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Again, the freedom of speech is universal. The only reason we have not passed laws to that effect regarding citizens of other countries is because we do not have the right to. If Chavez is the head of his state, and we are to apply his nation's laws to him, then he has a right to say what he wishes. If we are to apply US laws instead--then he still has the right to say what he wishes.

Should we quietly accept this? Of course not. Is it in poor taste? Certainly. But let us not react as ill-mannered children. Outrage is better spent towards corruption within our own government, towards pedophiles, towards needless death and senseless violence... than towards the irate childishness of a foreign dignitary.

I must also reiterate the importance of standing with the UN. United We Stand--Divided We Fall. Yes, it is frustrating. No, they aren't accomplishing a great deal. I personally have a brother like that, but I still must deal with him and cannot pretend otherwise. The UN needs work, of course it does--as did the League of Nations before it. But to simply abandon it? Invading other nations is one thing, but limiting US-UN relations on top of our wars would worry many other nations that we have started to walk the same road Germany did, 70 years ago--because we would be walking that same road.

Finally, my fear is that some Americans are becoming undisciplined, uneducated thugs who cannot consider things carefully. Every action has a consequence, and the long view must be considered. Statements that end in, "...get what they deserve..." are best left to the days of racism and mob justice, days that we have hopefully since moved well past. I have gone out of my way to speak to many Muslim and Arabic-speaking families since last I posted here, and the only thing they seem to have in common is a deep respect and love for their families. Not all of them spoke Arabic or were Muslim--evidentally, Christian Lebanon is an Arabic-speaking nation, for instance. I have also briefly dated an Indian woman, and really enjoyed the experience. And yet, we received glares from people who did not appreciate that I, with my lily-white skin, should be holding hands with a brown-skinned woman with a thick Indian accent, never mind that she is neither from the Middle-east nor Muslim.

If we become racists, the terrorists win. If we give up even one civil liberty, they have won. Have any of you listened to the reasons given to justify their attacks? It is because we destroy their way of life, because we are tyrants, because all we know how to do is kill, ruin and destroy. That is what we were accused of. They have said their attack was only in retaliation. "Nonsense!" I cry. We Americans are fair, intelligent, peaceful and reasonable... aren't we...?

August 30, 2007 6:17 AM  

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