Monday, November 07, 2005

Bush: Scared Punk

The jaunt to Latin America was supposed to be a "trade promoting trip". Aside from more lipstick smeared on the pig by the MSM, it was an unmitigated disaster.

Tens of thousands of concerned and angry people marched and demonstrated their contempt for Bush and his corrupt policies but you won't hear that on radio or see it in the New York Times. The majority of Latin Americans are now opposed to the creation of a free trade region in the Americas. They are also against the repayment of the foreign debt and the growing threat of US militarization. They are increasingly frustrated with the increasing disparity of wealth between rich and poor as well as with rising unemployment. If the MSM references them it's invariably with the terms "leftists" or "radicals".

But here's how Reuters phrases Precious Leader's itinerary: "U.S.
President George W. Bush carefully avoided taking on Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez directly at the 34-nation Summit of the Americas."

Carefully avoided?

The punk has to hide behind a veritable army of security goons, barbed wire and carefully hand picked sycophants wherever he goes. And he's scared shitless of meeting with someone who will tell truth to his lying face.
Like Cindy Sheehan.


November 7, 2005 is the 200 year anniversary to the day of the Lewis and Clark expedition finally reaching the Pacific Ocean.


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