Monday, August 17, 2009

'Get With It, Obama -- Get With It, Brother'

You know things are going bad when that jug-eared freak, Hugo Chavez, is offering you advice. Here the Venezuelan madman is offering solace and support to his homeboy, Barack Obama.
U.S. President Barack Obama is "lost in the Andromeda" galaxy on Latin American policy, his chief critic in the region, Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez, said on Sunday, while demanding the closure of U.S. military bases.

Last week Obama said critics of U.S. involvement in Latin America who are now asking Washington to do more to restore the ousted president of Honduras "can't have it both ways."

"We are not asking you to intervene in Honduras, Obama. On the contrary, we are asking that "the empire" get its hands off Honduras and get its claws out of Latin America," Chavez said in a rambling weekly television and radio show.

"President Obama is lost in the Andromeda Nebula, he has lost his bearings, he doesn't get it," he said.
Better look out, Hugo, or somebody might snitch you out.
Chavez claims the United States wants to control Venezuela's huge oil reserves as well as the Amazon region.

"This is just the start of an imperial military expansion," Chavez said of the U.S.-Colombian security arrangement.

Chavez asked Obama to withdraw U.S. forces from the Palmerola air base in Honduras (also known as Soto Cano) and from Guantanamo Bay which the U.S. Navy has used as a base in Cuba for over a century.

"Until when? Get with it, Obama -- get with it, brother," Chavez said.
Speaking of the White House snitch line and them getting busted sending out unsolicited e-mails, now theses clowns offer up yet another mealy-mouthed excuse.

Just imagine the uproar if the Bush administration did this.

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