Monday, July 06, 2009

O'Grady goes all out against Zelaya and Chavez

Maria Anastasia O'Grady might be an hawk, but it is difficult to disagree with her last piece. If you do not agree about her claims on 2004 electoral cheating in Venezuela, you can hardly find fault with her condemnation of US polices toward Chavez since then, including present White House tenant. And you have to congratulate her for saying loud what many think secretly, even if you do not agree with her. Refreshing, no?.

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