Nathan R. Jessup

[Progressive] Hugo Chavez: US Caused Quake In Haiti

In communism, Corruption, marxism, national security, Socialism on January 25, 2010 at 1:34 am

See anything wrong with these pictures?

Well for starters, Chavez (as Gateway Pundit puts it: a Venezuelan Marxist and Hollywood favorite) and Ahmadinejad are both nuts; makes sense they would be friends. Wait, I’ve got it: our President is in one of the photos, and he is with one of the nut-jobs. Not only is Obama pictured with Chavez but he looks delighted at the fact. I’m sure Chavez isn’t half as crazy as Ahmadinejad though, right? Wrong. Less dangerous, perhaps…crazy, no.

The Daily Paul reports:

“Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez has once again accused the United States of playing God. But this time it’s Haiti’s disastrous earthquake that he thinks the U.S. was behind. Spanish newspaper ABC quotes Chavez as saying that the U.S. navy launched a weapon capable of inducing a powerful earthquake off the shore of Haiti. He adds that this time it was only a drill and the final target is…destroying and taking over Iran.”

The question begs to be asked: is Obama naïve in showing friendship to a man like Chavez or is he actually aligned with his thinking? Truthfully, I don’t care what reason Obama has for his associations, they are dangerous for America. Keep in mind Chavez has been labeled by many, a true progressive.

As I strain to understand the insane logic behind the Chavez accusation, I can’t help but think-why wouldn’t we just use a nuke? Ah, but then we wouldn’t be able to say Iran was obliterated by natural causes. That Chavez sure is a crazy clever guy.  Watch the progressive explain it in his own words…

You really can’t make this stuff up…

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