Hugo is also concerned Obama will be looked at as a pansy after witnessing him throwing out the first pitch at the All-Star Game last night.....
July 15, 2009
On Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's "Alo Presidente!" show — an hours-long talkfest that is broadcast on TV and radio by mandate — last Sunday, Chavez both criticized President Obama and fretted about the possibility of an assassination. In Chavez's own words…
* On Obama: He "is not going to trick us with an ambiguous discourse or with a smile," and he wants to be seen "as a peaceful dove, as an innocent lamb."
* On the "imperial" U.S. forces that Chavez thinks killed JFK: "I hope they do not kill Obama, because Obama is biting off more than he can chew."
* On his Bolivarian revolution: "The process of change in Latin America is not going to stop, President Obama. You can send the Fourth and the Sixth Fleet, or the world's largest bombers, but changes will not end."
* On the responsible parties for the Honduras overthrow: "The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the US Department of State and the Pentagon."
The comments continue Chavez's love, hate, love, hate, love, hate, love expressions toward the U.S. president since before Obama was even elected. Chavez also continued the theme of blaming the U.S., but not Obama, for the removal of Manuel Zelaya in Honduras.
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