“Every one of us has brought a shovel, because Mar del Plata is going to be the tomb of F.T.A.A.,” Mr. Chavez told a crowd carrying banners calling Bush a “fascist,” “child-killer” and “genocidal-beast,” the New York Times reported.
“F.T.A.A. is dead, and we, the people of the Americans, are the ones who buried it.”
TEACH IT, CABILLITO!
Chavez appears to have taught Bush who is Boss of the Bolivarians, and it is not Jorge.
(The spirit of Che hovers over his continent, in it’s people’s time of need…)
it appears that the remainder of the hemisphere not yet blessed with having a F(ucked) T(hru) A(ss) posture vis-a-vis the US.(a posture most recently assumed by central america) will by saved .
On the substance of El 'Cabillito’s graveside speech,:
I would submit that Bush is certainly a child killer (there are tens of thousands of children dead through his direct orders a commander in chief.)
Bush is without doubt genocidal–his reluctance to incinerate children is more or less inversely proportional to their melanin burden.
As for “fascist:”, well, to cavil at fascist is preposterous. If Bush weren’t dedicaticed to fascist principles, he would have none at all. He is the very model of the figurehead that the oligarchy grooms and props up.
Whatever you think of the substance, it is certainly what we in the ghetto would call, some serious “shit talking”.
I offer for the debate:
Given the fact that there was no question Chavez was going to call Bush out, consider the idiocy of sending that chimpanzee to any kind of international conference where the stage managing is beyond the creation of a few blue screen visual effects with multiple iterations of a catchy phrase.
Did they think he could pull it out of the fire by virtue of his commanding intellect?
What moron on Bush’s staff thought he had the international standing to pull off any kind of summit after he has trashed the rest of the world like he was Keith Richards at the Plaza after shooting up a few speedballs.
(or, say, like George Bush on coke…)
I hear the sound of chickens flying home and looking for roosts.
What other people think of you may sometimes count.
Does no one in the State Department ever think it might be a good idea to do a pulbic opinion poll or two and if the shit has irrevocably hit the fan, call off the damn meeting?!!
The question, (drum roll)
(with clarity, mirabele dictu)
SHOULD THE ADMINISTRATION HAVE SEEN THIS RESULT COMING, AND IF, SO, SHOULD THEY HAVE CALLED OFF THE MEETING?