Daily News tries (and fails) to avenge BUSH
Instead of addressing the obvious strengths of Chavez' assertion that Bush is the devil himself, The Daily News takes a cheap swipe at Chavez, calling him an 'oil pimp' and the UN 'a cheap bordello' that New York City would gladly lose to Caracas.
Then, not content with limiting the scope of their nonsense, they take an even cheaper swipe at the 9/11 Truth movement; smear a New York legislator for representing the poor; recycle the colossal lies about Iraq's WMD; and for good measure, suggest that Iran's Ahmedinejad would conceal a dirty bomb in his suitcase.
It doesn't bother me that they call the UN a cheap bordello - which it is (the US being its head pimp), nor does it bother me that it move to Caracas, seeing that New York City already has the highest concentration of cheap bordellos on earth - the banking kind.
May your prayers be answered, Señor Chavez. May the United Nations leave New York for residence in Venezuela, so very far from the diplos' lush and cushy berth on the East Side. The sorry organization isn't worth the gridlock.
You're more than welcome, please, to take the atrophied, self-abasing remains of a global ideal 2,100 miles to Caracas, where you can play the messianic oil baron game to your heart's content with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, fresh in from Tehran, perhaps with a dirty bomb in his suitcase.
You can take the UN, and you can shove it - there.
And you can shove the gasoline you sell to Americans through Citgo, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Venezuelan national oil company through which you are bribing your way into international power.
It is, frankly, un-American for U.S. citizens to pour money into any bank account that bears the Hugo Chavez name, you being despicable enough to suggest that "the U.S. empire planned and conducted" the 9/11 terror attacks "against its own people" as an excuse to go to war.
And you can shove the fuel oil you are offering at a discount to some poor Americans, including folks here in New York with the aid and comfort of the moronically misguided Rep. Jose Serrano. This is nothing but a public-relations stunt by a populist poseur on the order of, well, Fidel Castro.
As for your address to the General Assembly yesterday, it troubles us not that you referred to President Bush as a Devil of rank sulfurous odor - although it is of more than passing interest that back at home, a Chavez critic who dared voice such colorful language about El Presidente would risk prison or, worse, a bullet.
Far more pertinent is that oil-bought Chavez cronyism is pervasive enough among UN member states to put Venezuela in serious contention for a spot on the Security Council, the body the world is forced to rely on to stem Ahmadinejad's atomic aspirations. Once there, Venezuela would work to help Iran become the world's most dangerous country - one dedicated to the destruction of Israel.
Saddam Hussein had his way with the UN by corrupting the oil-for-food program to buy his way out of having to comply with weapons inspections. Today's trade is oil for nukes, and the UN is again reclining into a supine position.
The parliament of mankind? Naw. A cheap bordello.
It doesn't even bother me that they refer to Chavez as an oil pimp - they're just jealous that he's got money and he uses it as he wills, contrary to their interests.
What bothers me most is how, through all the commotion, those assholes squeeze in a cheap shot at the 9/11 Truth movement and continue to unabashedly pimp their ludicrous assertions about Iran's non-existent plans to acquire nuclear weapons even though, notably, in calling Iran "the world's most dangerous country" they could name only one country threatend by its so-called "danger" - ISRAEL.
Even more notably lacking in this piece is one shred of evidence that Bush has done anything GOOD in his abysmal and horrific tenure as President that would give anyone reason to doubt that he is indeed El Diablo.