Thursday, December 09, 2010

Who is the most genuinely concerned politician?

Since the picture of Capriles Radonski deep in water has been circulating, some chavistas decided to at least wet their shoes.  The Chigüire Bipolar spoofs that the weather system issued a warning on wet politicians close to you.

Chavez and Capriles, spot the differences!
But the fact of the matter is that form the Chigüire picture it is clear that the irresponsible politician is Chavez.  For crisake, does he need to drag that little girl through the flood waters?  Does he not have some stupid military at hand that could carry the child on some drier place?  He is truly despicable.  And never mind that he has his court at hand while Capriles is truly alone in the mud.

8 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:25 PM

    In early 2008, I witnessed on TV, Hugo in a leader conference between Venezuela, Columbia, and Ecuador.

    It was comical.

    Everywhere the camera was pointed Hugo barged into the picture.

    That was my first experience with seeing Hugo in action, and, it was all that I needed.

    What an ignorant ape.

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  2. 1979 Boat People6:00 PM

    And why did Chavez need to wear the army uniform in this circumstance?

    Can anyone give me a hilarious answer to bright up my day.:)

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  3. Anonymous6:16 PM

    He just wanted to show his new pimento-stuffed-olive look.

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  4. Boat,

    I can't give you a hilarous one, but a rule of the thumb I wrote about:
    if Hugo wants to tell people is actually doing something, he dresses like a military man. If he is "talking to the nation, to all the nation", he wears a tricolour jacket (that only since last year). If he is talking to people at an event of his Unified Party, he dresses all in red.
    In any case he needs to wear something red.

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  5. Anonymous7:57 PM

    Off Topic, but concerning.

    http://www.lapatilla.com/site/2010/12/09/proyecto-para-controlar-internet-ya-es-una-realidad-texto-de-articulo-1/


    Correfoc

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  6. And every once in a while her wears a suit - always with a red tie - but I'm not sure how to describe those times. I suppose when he thinks he's on disply to the world and wants to look presidential? Whatever the reason, they are all just costumes to him, since he's all image with no substance.

    Kudos for "pimento-stuffed-olive."

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  7. yep, i meant to comment on that pimento comment. quite good anonymous. too bad you did not sign your name to get the glory :)

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  8. 1979 Boat People5:09 PM

    Can he do a REVERSED RAIN DANCE in that uniform with the help from Cuba?

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