Hugo Chavez making sense

September 28, 2005 at 9:25 pm 3 comments

the supposed thug of South American has rather kind things to say about the U.S. the Clinton administration and even tries to make sense of Bush. While his economic plans might be failing, at least his idealism is right on:

Who would you like to see as president of the United States?

I could deal with President Bush. I would like very much to be able to debate issues with him. I would like to transform this confrontation, this aggressive rhetoric, into a mature, serious debate on common issues. With President Clinton, we were able to sit and talk. But with this administration, it is impossible to talk because they want to impose things on you. If Mr. Bush changes his procedures and approaches, it would be excellent to talk and discuss current issues.

more here

hey folks read the comments seciton on this one.
I didn’t read the full article and some of Chavez’s later
points do seem a little weird.

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  • 1. Cellarmaster Larry  |  September 28, 2005 at 9:28 pm

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  • 2. wyneken  |  September 29, 2005 at 7:14 am

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  • 3. ALJ  |  September 29, 2005 at 8:19 am

    have to add to this. read the rest of the article, started this before work, and the rest of it gets more in detial with Chavez and his problems with the native inhabitats of Venezluala. Here we have highlighted a problem: Chavez is right that the Bush administration isn’t dealing with him, and they should at least be in communication, but the other side of the arguement does make many valid points about Chavez’s paradoxes and problems. Anyway, looks like his boy is going to win Bolivia which might be a good thing.



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