Hugo Chavez: Obama’s a ‘clown’ President

Discussion in 'Politics' started by pspr, Dec 20, 2011.

  1. pspr


    Even a dictator can see what a failure Obama has been.

    Hugo Chávez blasted President Barack Obama as a “clown” and an “embarrassment” who has turned the United States into a “disaster” after Obama criticized Venezuela’s ties with Iran and Cuba, according to a report Tuesday.

    Chávez’s comments came in the wake of Obama’s Monday written interview with the Caracas paper El Universal, where the U.S. president questioned Venezuela’s connections to those countries. Chávez hit back strongly at Obama on state TV Monday, according to The Guardian, saying the president gave the interview only to “win votes” in the 2012 election.

    “Mr. Obama decided to attack us,” Chávez said. “Now you want to win votes by attacking Venezuela. Don’t be irresponsible. You are a clown, a clown. Leave us in peace … Go after your votes by fulfilling that which you promised your people.”

    “Focus on governing your country, which you’ve turned into a disaster,” Chávez said, according to The Guardian.

    Read more:
  2. Lucrum


    Ouch, that's gonna leave a mark.
  3. 377OHMS




  4. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    "Leave us in peace"

    Hmm, with no human rights and freedoms, and huge murders rate?

    He want to make the picture of Obama to look bad to deflect from his own abuse of people to his country.
  5. Ah, nice to see all the children out, with their paintbrush and photoshop. I guess the remedial education classes are paying off. Too bad that they choose to follow the words of a ruthless dictator, who is a pure socialist. Didn't they save that big word for our President?

    Oh well, with the currrent GOP lot, looks like 4 more years. Thanks, in part, to the childish name calling and face painting.

    Good children, you did real good. You follow Chavez instead of an elected president.

    What a joke.

  6. I guess when they say anybody but Obama that includes Hugo Chavez as well
  7. And Venezuela y Iran have wealth with oil, but most their people are poor and limited of their freedoms to make money. And both countries leaders talk about god is on their side to the people , but the people stay poor and the leaders have wealth. For Cuba religion is not so much in the talk, but they need Venezuela for the oil y for return Cuba trade their doctors.
  8. pspr


    LOL. Nice clowns!!

  9. Give that man Peace Prize.
    #10     Dec 20, 2011