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Chavez-Zawahiri 2008!

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Seems the perfect Democrat ticket for President, doesn’t?

After all, both Hugo Chavez (the socialist dictator of Venezuela) and Ayman al-Zawahiri (Osama’s Number Two) certainly have the Democrat Party’s talking points down to perfection!   They probably have also come to realize that the American Democrats have turned into the Terrorists Rights Party of America.

Chavez is the darling of Democrats who are really closet socialists, and Zawahiri would be a good counter-balance with his strong sense of organization and ruling with an iron fist.

Chavez-Zawahiri — Vote Democrat for 2008!

It appears to be a perfectly logical choice to me!

-Bruce (GayPatriot)

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  1. There certainly is a similarity of talking points between the DNC and these 2 jokers. After all, they have a common enemy, George Bush. If I hear one more democrat say we must ‘stop the partisan bickering’ I swear I will blow lunch…oh wait, today is a fast day…ok…tonight’s dinner.

    Comment by Benj — October 2, 2006 @ 7:50 am - October 2, 2006

  2. Bruce, if it wasn’t so close to the truth, it would be funny.

    But then with that ticket, the Left wouldn’t need to daily don their tinfoil hats.

    No daily tinfoil hat construction at Democrat Party Central Committee would hurt Reynolds Aluminum, that stock and others would plummet and the Democrats would try to blame an “impending” stock market crash on the GOP.

    No, let’s keep the current group of likely Democrat candidates toiling in the fields… which requires tin foil hats in mass production… which helps keep the stock market afloat. It’d be easy and natural for them to pick Chavev-Zawahiri… but it would destroy the US economy.

    After all, like the Democrats have been saying for years, the economy is in a lot worse shape than the GOP will admit. Home mortgage rates dropping, gas prices dropping, inflation near -0- on the meaningful scale, consumer confidence up, expansion continues, NAFTA exceeding all expectations for expanding global markets, Iraq being rebuilt at record pace and France, Germany and Russia selling arms and war technology to every dictator they can find with US dollars.

    Nope, the Democrats need to stay on their critical task: expanding the GOP majority and base.

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — October 2, 2006 @ 10:26 am - October 2, 2006

  3. Chavez may be many things but he was elected and even survived a recall vote. So for now he’s not a dictator. We’ll see what happens when his term limited Presidency comes to an end.

    #1: “If I hear one more democrat say we must ’stop the partisan bickering’”

    Which Dems are saying that? BTW, Lieberman doesn’t count. All the Dems I know are embracing partisanship and are on the attack against everything republican.

    Comment by Ian — October 2, 2006 @ 10:33 am - October 2, 2006

  4. I bet that Stonewall Democrats would be “conflicted” by Zawahiri’s “nuanced” regarding gays but would go ahead and support him anyway.

    Comment by BoBo — October 2, 2006 @ 10:36 am - October 2, 2006

  5. Simple rule of thumb for the Progressives in assessing politicians: If you hate America, you can’t be all bad.

    Comment by EssEm — October 2, 2006 @ 10:40 am - October 2, 2006

  6. Some of use who have actually–you know–read the US constitution know that neither Chavez nor Zawahari can run for either president or vice president.

    Maybe GP should consult his pocket edition of the US constitution. If he did, he might learn something.

    Comment by raj — October 2, 2006 @ 10:58 am - October 2, 2006

  7. #3, Chavez not a dictator? Ask all those political opponents he’s jailed, you freak.

    Comment by anon — October 2, 2006 @ 11:14 am - October 2, 2006

  8. I guess the concepts of irony, parody, and satire are a bit above #6’s reading level.

    Comment by Nobody — October 2, 2006 @ 11:33 am - October 2, 2006

  9. Ian writes: “Chavez may be many things but he was elected and even survived a recall vote. So for now he’s not a dictator.”

    Gheez, Ian again fails the fundamental test of “Reading4Comprehension”… no one here noted Chavez is a dictator, except Ian –could that be proof of the never-ending ability of LeftLiberals just to make it up as they go? Hmmm.

    And while some may hurl lunch the next time they hear Democrat partisans decrying all the hurtful, harsh political bickering… I’m going to hurl the next time I hear a LeftLiberal pretend Hugo Chavez is a legitimate elected leader. “Twice elected” –OMG.

    Chavez is a twice convicted coup-leading, prison serving, malcontent who routinely engages in election fraud. Some of Venezula’s social leaders called the last election –which was a narrow question of recalling the malcontent– rife with voter fraud… exit polls indicated that the recall effort succeeded by a margin of 58-42 but Chavez’s control over the electoral counts made any result a certain “win” for Chavez, the malcontent.

    JimmineyCricketCarter’s efforts to “certify” the election only adds another layer of fraud to the picture –this one by a witting dupe of the far DemocratLeft. Someone needs to pull Carter’s citizenship card and make sure it still reads “American”.

    Yeah, Hugo Chavez is quite a little Democrat. He’s learned well from the American Democrats –say anything, do anything, betray your people, claim vote fraud, use the organs of govt to enforce your view. Quite a lot of learning, indeed.

    No wonder the GayLeftBorg and Democrats flock to the Chavez banner.

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — October 2, 2006 @ 12:02 pm - October 2, 2006

  10. #9 – Well, Matt, you beat me to the punch again.

    All I care to add is the following:

    1. Chavez has traveled to Iran and Belarus, where he was seen hobnobbing with the most repressive and anti-American regimes on the planet, and to Russia, with whom he has explored ongoing arms dealings with ex-KGB honcho Vladimir Putin.

    2. At home, Chavez has gradually eroded civil liberties and now threatens to run the nation for the next 20 years. (So much for your term limits argument, ianrajsybilsockpuppet.)

    3. He buys popularity in Venezuela by distributing massive amounts of oil revenues to the poor. While careful to keep them in poverty by repelling business and deterring foreign investment, he uses his petrol wealth to distribute free food and to pay for imported Cuban doctors in the barrios.

    And all the while, he recites demoncRAT talking points! Not to mention appear literally “in arms” with the likes of Cindy Sheehan, Danny Glover and Harry Belafonte…

    RATS 2008 – Hard on Bush, soft on terrorists and America-haters.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — October 2, 2006 @ 12:15 pm - October 2, 2006

  11. Also off-topic: GP and GPW, love the new banner on the page! You guys rock!

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — October 2, 2006 @ 12:27 pm - October 2, 2006

  12. #9: “no one here noted Chavez is a dictator”

    From GP’s post: ” Hugo Chavez (the socialist dictator of Venezuela)”

    Umm, what were you saying about “Reading4Comprehension?”

    “exit polls indicated that the recall effort succeeded by a margin of 58-42”

    Actually, it was one exit poll; five other opposition polls had Chavez winning. As for his learning from Dems, it appears he may be taking his cues from Repubs since the Venezuela election irregularities pretty much mirror those that the GOP is accused of fomenting.

    Comment by Ian — October 2, 2006 @ 12:32 pm - October 2, 2006

  13. And speaking of frightening, sobering terrorist prattle… you ought to check out Patterico’s latest:

    http://patterico.com/2006/10/02/5156/pattericos-exclusive-interview-with-a-man-who-has-spoken-to-the-terrorists-at-guantanamo-part-one-introduction/

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — October 2, 2006 @ 12:35 pm - October 2, 2006

  14. #10: “Chavez has traveled to Iran and Belarus, where he was seen hobnobbing with the most repressive”

    …while Bush welcomes the President of Kazakhstan to the White House. Perhaps they were discussing “aggressive interrogation” techniques. And let’s not talk about cozying up to Puti-Put.

    And Petey, you try to beat around the bush but admit it, so far, Chavez has not violated the law on term limits.

    “he uses his petrol wealth to distribute free food and to pay for imported Cuban doctors in the barrios”

    My, how evil. Contrast that with Bushco that starts wars that enables large favored corporations to win lucrative goverment contracts paid for by American taxpayers. Then there’s the whole crony capitalism caper that followed on the heels of Katrina.

    Comment by Ian — October 2, 2006 @ 12:48 pm - October 2, 2006

  15. Your last paragraph betrays your beliefs, Ian; namely, that people should be dependent on the government and corporations should be punished.

    That’s really why Democrats like Chavez so much; he has managed to implement their model. They prefer poor, uneducated masses that they can control and manipulate by withholding food and medical care, rather than educated and employed individuals who might be prone to question their leadership.

    If Pelosi, et al. really cared about the poor and hated corporations and wealth as much as they claim, they wouldn’t be millionaires and billionaires; instead, they’d be giving their money away to help these people.

    But that would actually fix the problem.

    Democrats need to manipulate and control the poor, not to help them.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — October 2, 2006 @ 1:22 pm - October 2, 2006

  16. It plain to see that IanRaj, give his vigorous defense, is Chavez supporter. How about the other half of the ticket?

    Comment by BoBo — October 2, 2006 @ 1:26 pm - October 2, 2006

  17. Raj – You are a complete moron. I should ban you from this blog for the sheer magnitude of your stupidity. And yes, I know I’m violating my own rules. But dear God! (#6)

    Comment by Bruce (GayPatriot) — October 2, 2006 @ 1:29 pm - October 2, 2006

  18. #16: “How about the other half of the ticket?”

    I don’t like Bush either. But Bushco is more of a threat to the USA than Chavez could ever be.

    Comment by Ian — October 2, 2006 @ 1:49 pm - October 2, 2006

  19. No worries, GP; this blog, like the US military, can handle it.

    Furthermore, remember that the attacks on you by the RajIan/IanRaj sockpuppet consortium are being read primarily by those of us here and those who have linked to you, who have been referred by other blogs they trust. You have nothing to prove to us or them; we accept you as you are and value your opinion and insight.

    What these sockpuppet leftists are doing is trying to goad and push us into responding in a manner that makes them look less radical; it’s much like Rove’s strategy to capture the middle by playing on Democrats’ Pavlovian and contradictory responses to make it obvious just how far to the left they are. By not biting, we leave them helpless.

    As we Southerners say, kill ’em with kindness. IanRaj, RajIan, and the remainder of the Axis of Sockpuppets clearly have nothing to add to this blog other than their insults. I vote we leave them to fling them and simply continue our discussions.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — October 2, 2006 @ 1:49 pm - October 2, 2006

  20. Ian, “Chavez, the socialist dictator…” you’re right; my error. Bingo; my regrets.

    Now, apologize for supporting this negligent Leftist who wishes to your fellow Americans great harm. Or is his Left to your Right? His AmericaHatred only trumped by your BushHatred?

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — October 2, 2006 @ 2:00 pm - October 2, 2006

  21. Ian, actually it was 7 exit polls over 5 weeks conducted jointly by three Michigan-based and two U-Conn based voter integrity projects.

    Even the liberal academics and Catholic Church leadership from Venezula cried foul about the election fraud in the “recall” balloting.

    Your comparison of that fraud to any American election issues –plus your defense of Chavez– puts you once again squarely in the BlameAmericaFirst camp and deep in the company of fellow Left Democrats.

    I’m not sure that’s a good place for anyone to be, these days.

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — October 2, 2006 @ 2:06 pm - October 2, 2006

  22. Ian’s just taking his talking points from the DailyKos again…

    http://makes-you-think.dailykos.com/storyonly/2006/9/22/94545/5603

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — October 2, 2006 @ 2:10 pm - October 2, 2006

  23. #21: “Ian, actually it was 7 exit polls over 5 weeks”

    How could there be “exit polls over 5 weeks” when the referendum was held on one day? According to this http://tinyurl.com/h6mv3, only one actual exit poll showed Chavez losing and five others showed him winning. If you have links for your claim, I’d like to see them.

    Comment by Ian — October 2, 2006 @ 2:28 pm - October 2, 2006

  24. Looks like ianraj is using the rajian argument – “let’s see the links!”

    Whatever-your-name-is, that argument is invalid. We’ve already disproved them. So don’t go away upset. Just go away.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — October 2, 2006 @ 2:32 pm - October 2, 2006

  25. Can someone explain to me why Raj and Ian are going to great lengths to not only legitimize Chavez, but also defend him?

    Saddam won his elections by 90% of the vote. As my friends in Jersey would say — Big F–ing deal.

    Comment by GayPatriot — October 2, 2006 @ 2:39 pm - October 2, 2006

  26. #23 – GP, maybe the line from the move Forrest Gump can illuminate the answer:

    “Stupid is as stupid does.”

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — October 2, 2006 @ 2:48 pm - October 2, 2006

  27. #25 “Can someone explain to me why Raj and Ian are going to great lengths to not only legitimize Chavez, but also defend him?”

    I’m interested in the facts, not jingoistic Bushco talking points. There are opposition parties in Venezuela, there weren’t under Saddam. As for being anti-American, I’ve only heard Chavez attack Bushco and, frankly, after the abortive US approved coup attempt against him, I don’t really blame him too much. The US has cozy relations with far worse regimes than Chavez’ yet I don’t see any criticism of Bush for entertaining the Kazackh leader recently or holding hands with his Saudi buds.

    Comment by Ian — October 2, 2006 @ 8:31 pm - October 2, 2006

  28. It is interesting that the right hates Chavez so much.
    He is a leader of a country that suppliers about 15% of American Oil.
    He is responsible for allowing us to drive our SUVs and keep our houses warm. I imagine that some of his oil powers our Tanks and planes
    If we can be cozy with the Saudis/Egyptians/and the rest of Bush’s dictator pals we can be so with him

    Comment by keogh — October 2, 2006 @ 11:13 pm - October 2, 2006

  29. Ian –

    How does using the term “Bushco” show your “interest in the facts”?

    Comment by GayPatriot — October 2, 2006 @ 11:36 pm - October 2, 2006

  30. #6
    Some of use who have actually–you know–read the US constitution know that neither Chavez nor Zawahari can run for either president or vice president.

    Since when did liberals give a damn about the Constitution, RajIan????

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — October 3, 2006 @ 1:22 am - October 3, 2006

  31. BTW, RajIan, if Chavez’s recall vote was such a resounding success, then you should have no problems with electronic voting machines being used in the U.S., right?

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — October 3, 2006 @ 1:33 am - October 3, 2006

  32. LOL….GP, you do realize that you are engaging someone to whom even Nancy Pelosi and Charles Rangel are not stupid enough to pander — those folks, that actually applauded Chavez’s recent remarks.

    I say let IanRaj rant. Those who are familiar with Chavez’s record, including the fact that he has taken pains to make sure the Supreme Court, which would rule on any questions of term limits, is packed with his supporters, just laugh. After all, these are the same people who burst blood vessels over Bush’s two appointees, but are now clapping and cheering that Chavez has completely undercut judicial independence and effectively emasculated the one body with the constitutional power to prevent him from ruling in perpetuity.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — October 3, 2006 @ 1:33 am - October 3, 2006

  33. [Comment deleted.  This commenter has been banned.]

    Comment by raj — October 3, 2006 @ 5:30 am - October 3, 2006

  34. NDT,
    IF you are going to condemn Chavez’s Human Rights record (which is not a bad thing to criticize) how can you not criticize Bush’s love affair with these states:
    http://hrw.org/doc?t=mideast&c=saudia
    http://hrw.org/doc/?t=mideast&c=egypt
    http://hrw.org/doc?t=europe&c=kazakh
    That is why nobody takes you seriously when you mention Human Rights because you are not serious on that issue.
    The reason you are against Chavez is because he doesn’t toe the Republican line.

    Comment by keogh — October 3, 2006 @ 9:52 am - October 3, 2006

  35. Oh, so what was “Chavez-Zawahiri — Vote Democrat for 2008!” supposed to mean?

    If the concept of satire is above your reading level, you are too dumb to post here.

    Comment by Nobody — October 3, 2006 @ 10:00 am - October 3, 2006

  36. #31: “if Chavez’s recall vote was such a resounding success, then you should have no problems with electronic voting machines being used in the U.S., right?”

    I’m suspicious of electronic voting machines no matter where they are used but at least those used in Venezuela provided a paper trail, something lacking in many US jurisdictions. There were probably irregularities in the recall vote but I doubt the extent would have come close to reversing the results. At least there was some kind of international oversight.

    Comment by Ian — October 3, 2006 @ 10:29 am - October 3, 2006

  37. #29: “How does using the term “Bushco” show your “interest in the facts”?”

    Just because I detest the Bush Administration and am honest about it doesn’t alter my interest in the facts. I think that’s a key difference between me and those who slavishly toe the Bushco line. Also, typing Bushco instead of Bush Administration saves wear and tear on my keyboard not to mention my fingers. 😉

    Comment by Ian — October 3, 2006 @ 10:34 am - October 3, 2006

  38. Not to mention your ill-equipped thinking processes.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — October 3, 2006 @ 1:59 pm - October 3, 2006

  39. LOL….IanRaj, the difference is that Bush HAS criticized human rights abuses in all of those states, in addition to Venezuela.

    Your accusing people of hypocrisy in that respect is hilarious when you praise Chavez, as you have.

    It’s like Saddam Hussein all over again; you leftists will support anyone and anything as long as it’s anti-Bush.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — October 3, 2006 @ 5:31 pm - October 3, 2006

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