Chavez Brings the House Down in Copenhagen

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PostFri Dec 18, 2009 11:04 pm » by Cornbread714


I do like Chavez, to the extent that he has the cojones to stand up against rampant imperialist nations and agendas.

I feel the same about Ahmadinejad, as well, up to a point.

I think they both spoke more truth at Copenhagen than many other leaders did.
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PostFri Dec 18, 2009 11:12 pm » by Lordgaga


I think that chavez is a waste of space.
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PostFri Dec 18, 2009 11:13 pm » by Spock


Hitler was a great speaker too, that thumbed his nose at the world like Imadinnerjacket.

Chavez, though hating capitalism, still uses it to line his pockets (Citgo). Not to mention he is now a dictator that will stay in power until he is dead or forced out.

I have no respect for either of them.

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PostFri Dec 18, 2009 11:23 pm » by Cornbread714


spock wrote:Hitler was a great speaker too, that thumbed his nose at the world like Imadinnerjacket.

Chavez, though hating capitalism, still uses it to line his pockets (Citgo). Not to mention he is now a dictator that will stay in power until he is dead or forced out.

I have no respect for either of them.



Ha, I knew I'd get a rise out of you, Spock.

I didn't say I RESPECT them, I just LIKE them.

It's like when a girl says, "Will you still respect me in the morning?"

And I say, "Hell, bitch, I never did respect you!"

Just kidding... :twisted:
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PostFri Dec 18, 2009 11:24 pm » by Lordgaga


No one with a piece of sane brain can respect chavez.
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PostFri Dec 18, 2009 11:42 pm » by Blotto


i think the whole thing stinks to high heaven. i dont think its no coincidence that jesse ventura
airs a show on the very same thing that this copenhagen climate change summit , is all about.
we know how powerfull thee people are. now everyones standing up about the carbon emissions credits. jesse ventura self confessed friend of al gore .. hes probably getting played .

what it looks like to me there not realy pushing for this climate change bull ... there like this is what we want . when infact they want something completly diffrent .. whatever that is ..

all of a sudden its a big turn around ,, leaked emails on the climate reports from top scientists, the jesse ventura show on climate change , the copenhagen summit. clasic conditioning.

i dont know what there end goal is . but its as plain as day to me , that there just manipulating the masses, and i dont think its about money , as these people are already rich beyond our wildest dreams, they probably couldnt spend all there money in a 100 life times.

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PostFri Dec 18, 2009 11:48 pm » by Rizze


And the way it works........ as I see it *coughs*

If there was no opposition from anyone regarding Chavez and Ah ma dinnerjacket existed, it would be world of oppression, to those that opposed them.

That being said anyone that stood up to them would be seen as heroes of sorts.
It cuts both ways, and always will.

Just like that old saying,"One man's terrorist, another's freedom fighter"

No winners, on both sides.
All have opposing views,that is why politics and (ploticians intended mistake) Never see eye to eye, they would rather tow the line, and go the view of the manifesto.
I don't even like, to bring up the subject of politics in a conversation any more.
It never gets anywhere :mrgreen:
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PostFri Dec 18, 2009 11:50 pm » by Flecktarn


rizze wrote:And the way it works........ as I see it *coughs*

If there was no opposition from anyone regarding Chavez and Ah ma dinnerjacket existed, it would be world of oppression, to those that opposed them.

That being said anyone that stood up to them would be seen as heroes of sorts.
It cuts both ways, and always will.

Just like that old saying,"One man's terrorist, another's freedom fighter"

No winners, on both sides.
All have opposing views,that is why politics and (ploticians intended mistake) Never see eye to eye, they would rather tow the line, and go the view of the manifesto.
I don't even like, to bring up the subject of politics in a conversation any more.
It never gets anywhere :mrgreen:

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PostFri Dec 18, 2009 11:57 pm » by Blotto


the clue is in the title .. Chavez Brings the House Down in Copenhagen ...

since when does chavez bring any house down ... without explosives or missiles.

you can gurantee the end outcome is what they have wanted from the start.

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PostFri Dec 18, 2009 11:57 pm » by Rizze


@flecktarn :flop:

Thanks that's the first time I think, that I have made sense, even to myself :mrgreen:
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