Thursday, September 27, 2007

Mahmoud's Freakshow Hits Bolivia

The hairy munchkin has taken his traveling freakshow down to South America, where today he met up with Jon Stewart's good pal Evo Morales.

Iran's leader courts Latin American leftists
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad visited Bolivia on Thursday as part of the U.S. foe's drive to strengthen diplomatic and economic ties with leftist Latin American leaders.

Ahmadinejad and Bolivian President Evo Morales signed cooperation accords on energy and industry, swapping compliments in a lovefest sure to rile U.S. diplomats and the country's rightist opposition.

"The people of Iran and Bolivia have decided to build their countries together, hand in hand ... they've decided to be friends with one another in difficult situations," Ahmadinejad told a news conference in La Paz, in translated comments.

Ahmadinejad is also due to visit Venezuela on Thursday, where he will meet with President Hugo Chavez, the region's most outspoken critic of Washington, to discuss a series of energy agreements.

Deeply at odds with the West over its nuclear program, Iran has gained influence in Latin America as anti-U.S. sentiment has risen among leftist leaders such as Chavez and Morales.
Speaking of leftists, does anyone know if Mama Moonbat is down in Venezuela awaiting his arrival? A judge would like to speak with her.

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