[StBernard] Exxon Mobil-Venezuelan refinery continues operations
Westley at da-parish.com
Mon Feb 18 20:53:33 EST 2008
So John, free speech is only free within the u.s. I'll keep that in mind.
Thanks for straightening that out for me.
> It's obvious the Venezuelan people are not as nuts as we might
> They had gone along with everything Chavez wanted, but when it
> down to a public vote to give him supreme powers that would allow
> ignore their constitution, the people overwhelming voted NO....as
if to say
> "Hugo we love you..but not that much."
> I still believe Rev. Pat Robertson had the right idea back in
> merc team down there to take out the son of a bitch. He has
> declared himself to be an enemy of the United States and publicly
> do everything he can to "destroy the United States." That is why I
> boycott Citgo gas because it is owned by the Venezuelan
government, s o
> buying Citgo gas funds Chavez and his anti United States efforts.
> Also, if I was Secretary of the U.S. State Department, I would
> return visa of any American who goes to Venezuela and bad mouths
> Bush and/or the United States, thus preventing them re-entry into
> States - the likes of Sean Penn, Danny Glover and other Hollywood
> They would be trapped down there. Let them live there for a while
> they'll see which country is better.
> And the beauty of this is it would all be legal. If a foreign
> leader has declared himself an enemy of the United States and vows
> destruction of the U.S., and you go down there, stand next to him
> public podium and declare that he's right...at that point you have
> made yourself an enemy of the United States government or made
> guilty of treason. At t hat po int the U.S. State Department has
> arbitrary powers to yank your visa and deny you re-entry into the
> States. I only wish Rice had the gutts to that.
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