Thursday, December 01, 2005

King of the socialist moonbats, part III

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And hot off the wire:
Chavez charges U.S. plot before Venezuela vote

CARACAS, Venezuela - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Thursday accused U.S. President George W. Bush of trying to destabilize his government by engineering an opposition boycott of a December 4 legislative vote.

"Another conspiracy has been activated against Venezuela and I am not going to blame the dogs but the masters, the government of the United States," Chavez said.

"The one responsible for this conspiracy is the head of the empire: Mr. Danger. To give him his proper name, Mr. George W. Bush," he said in a late-night address.

The Venezuelan repeated accusations the CIA was probing his security detail to try to assassinate him, but gave no proof.

Chavez, a self-described socialist revolutionary at odds with Washington, made his charges after opposition parties announced a boycott of the weekend vote they fear will be manipulated by electoral authorities biased toward the president.

Washington denies charges from Chavez that U.S. officials are plotting his overthrow or assassination. They say he has eroded democracy by controlling institutions such as the courts and the election council that oversees ballots.

U.S. officials say Chavez is trying to stir nationalist sentiment to mobilize his power base among the poor....
Is there anything for which he will not blame the United States?

I can't do much more than shake my head and ask what I did before. Why does Chavez persist? Insanity? Stupidity? Arrogance? Evilness? All four? Then just when I think he has madness, yet there is method in't', Chavez says something to make me think he's simply nuts.

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