Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Jackson Diehl sums it up on Chavez growing debacle

Jackson Diehl wrote quickly today on the WaPo blog a summary post that saves me trouble in that it is a complete enough summary to allow me to write my own one later :)  Mr. Diehl has been a long time critic of Chavez in the WaPo and today he enjoys reminding the leftist folks that harass him all the time that he has been right all along.  Of course, they do not like it, read the comments.  You will wonder at some of the comments whether people actually read the Diehl post.  They sound much more like paid off Venezuelan embassy staffers in charge of bringing down Diehl, text unread. (hat tip PMB)

2 comments:

  1. Venezuelan Patriot2:38 AM

    The days of Chavez's revolution will come to an end soon. Hang in there Venezuela. His day will come and that's when he will meet his maker

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  2. Boludo Tejano8:10 AM

    FYI:
    What Do We Do about Venezuela?
    Twelve Republican senators, led by John Ensign (R., Nev.) and George LeMieux (R., Fla.), answered this question in a sharp letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Add Hugo Chávez’s lawless regime to the State Department’s list of state sponsors of terrorism, they told her, or come up with an awfully good set of reasons for why that is not the way to go.

    The Senators who signed the letter include 2008 Presidential candidate John McCain and Scott Brown, winner of the recent upset election in Massachusetts.

    HT:Fausta.

    I see that you and Alek already replied to the PSF/embassy goon, so no need for me to add to it.

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