Wednesday, November 28, 2007

I call BS on the Venezuela SI Campaign allegations of US Interference

Venezuela may expel U.S. envoy over vote suspicions

Any excuse or set up will do, eh Maduro? Way nifty set-up. If SI doesn't win, it's because of "evil" U.S. Influences "yet" in Venzuela: If SI DOES win, it's because they expelled [some of] the "evil" U.S.

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela could expel a U.S. diplomat it suspects of interfering in its internal affairs by working against President Hugo Chavez's plan to run for reelection indefinitely, a senior official said on Wednesday.

Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro told state television he had a document that appeared to be from an American at the embassy in Caracas referring to a plan to impede the anti-U.S. president winning a referendum on Sunday.

"If it's true, we are going to declare this official from the U.S. Embassy persona non grata and eject him from the country because he would have been interfering in the internal matters of Venezuela," he said.

It must be looking p-r-e-t-t-y bad for the SI campaign if these sorts of measures are being bandied about by the SI campaign. If Chavez's reforms are solid as concepts all on their own, he wouldn't need to force the citizens into a game of political tag in order for him to: stay in power as long he keeps winning elections, one of a series of measures that includes letting him take full control of currency reserves and censor the media during political emergencies" - I guess his "ideas" aren't selling any better than the red-hot First-Wife "presidential material" is going. I guess the SI Campaign does require a foil to cover up obvious handicaps and lies about the adoration for his ideas.

Earlier on Wednesday, he called for an investigation into the U.S.-based TV network CNN on suspicion it might have subliminally instigated an assassination attempt against him.

CNN did this? How? By running a nice photo of President Bush? Announcing that Dick Cheney is much improved from his recent ailment?

Egads... Kenneth? What's the Frequency!"

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Wednesday CNN may have been instigating his murder when the U.S. TV network showed a photograph of him with a label underneath that read "Who killed him?"

The caption appeared to be a production mistake -- confusing a Chavez news item with one on the death of a football star. The anchor said "take the image down" when he realized.

But Chavez called for a probe in an interview on state television, where he repeatedly reviewed a tape of the broadcast, questioning why the unconnected photograph and wording were left on screen for several seconds.

"I want the state prosecutor to look into bringing a suit against CNN for instigating murder in Venezuela," he said. "... undoubtedly it is part of the psychological warefare."

Y'all hush, now. It's not funny. The man means it. Only he can put horns on a U.S. President and talk about "sulphur". And he meant it. On purpose. Therefore, ergo, ipso, CNN meant it too.

Psychologic transference strikes deep... into your heart it will creep..

But you know what this means, don't you? Every person in the U.S. with the last name of Chavez is now on Hugo's "secret list", too.

God Help Puerto Rico and Mexico. Why, this could become an entire Sesame Street tutorial with puppets talking about why the letters C, H, A, V, E, and Z are so special and only to be employed with the reverence due a God.

'Tis no laffing matter, kids...

"I ae no bns tody"
"Did you ot in t lst ltion"
"Mommy, I md pp in my pntis"
"Now is t tim for ll good mn to com to t id of tir ountry

Yep. We thought Ebonics and Esperanto in pub ed schools was a groovy idea too.

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