Hugo Calls Obama a Clown

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The best buds in happier times


BooHoo. There’s no honor among thieves grandiose narcissists.
Former Obama best bud, Hugo Chávez, is now calling him “a clown.”
Tom Phillips of The Guardian reports Dec. 20, 2011, that Chávez blasted 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.
In a written interview Obama had with the Caracas paper El Universal, he questioned Venezuela’s connections to those countries. Incurring a narcissistic injury, Chávez hit back strongly at Obama on state TV Monday, saying Barry had given the interview only to “win votes” in the 2012 election.
That’s one clown calling another a clown. LOL

Hugo Chavez, Dec. 17, 2011.

He’s lost his hair from cancer treatments, but Hugo Chavez still manages to be fat despite his country, Venezuela, having a poverty rate of 66% in 1995.

So was the now-dead North Korea’s “Dear Leader” Kim Jong Il. So is Kim Jong Un, the 27-year-old youngest son of Dear Leader and the designated successor. Both are porky, although their countrymen are literally starving to death.

North Korea's new leader: Kim "Porky Pig" Jong Un


Did you know that President For Life of a socialist country Hugo Chavez — born in a 3-room mud hut into a working class family and later became a career military officer before he entered politics —  has a net worth estimated to be ONE BILLION U.S. DOLLARS?
~Eowyn

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11 responses to “Hugo Calls Obama a Clown

  1. They love each other. They have the right to be Commander in Chiefs of their Armed Forces now. They should not be impeached because of their sexual orientation.

     
  2. Hugo better look out,he will be next to go on Hillary and aka obama’s list. Notice how they are setting the stage for the One World Govt. by knocking off all of these leaders? They are quite pleased with themselves. I have strong feelings the ending is not quite going to turn out how they have planned.

     
    • Dennis H. Bennett

      Looks to me like Chavez has nothing to lose, except the adoration of his welfare recipients His squint, hair loss and obvious steroid use are late- state cancer issues. He’s not going anywhere except into a box.
      Until your observation I had never thought of the striking similarities of these two “leaders”: both narcissists, both move their lips often in front of cameras, both like to seize property that doesn’t belong to them, and, they’re both qualified for The Big Top at Ringling Brothers!

       
  3. Boy! Does dictatorship pay well…

     
  4. skippy (aka : the imPOSter) may have the last laugh
    when he and his buddies at the NWO/Fed drive the
    value of the dollar down to zeroe. I’m sure baby-Hugo
    meant clown in a good way…

     
  5. Isn’t this just a lot of play acting and theatre for our benefit ? I think Hugo and Barry really do love each other.

     
  6. Sean Penn will hold a beer summit for them to kiss and makeup.

     
  7. I found this informatiothat indicates =
    Hugo Chavez’s Venezuelan government – involved in weapons and drug trafficking – w FARC in Columbia –
    is no different than The Obama Administration’s Operation Fast and Furious – with High-ranking US officials – and Mexican Drug Cartels:
    Chávez’s government is also deeply involved in drug trafficking. Last September, the U.S. Treasury Department designated three senior Venezuelan government officials as “Significant Foreign Narcotics Traffickers” under the Drug Kingpin Act. They charged Henry Rangel Silva, Ramon Rodriguez Chacin, and Hugo Armando Carvajal with “materially assisting the narcotics trafficking activities of the FARC.”
    In equivalent positions in the United States, these individuals would be director of the FBI and CIA, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, and U.S. attorney general and secretary of homeland security. Does anyone really think these men act without Chávez’s knowledge and protection? Not surprisingly, in July, the non-partisan U.S. General Accountability Office reported that “Venezuela has extended a lifeline to Colombian illegal armed groups by providing significant support and safe haven along the border. As a result, these groups, which traffic in illicit drugs, remain viable threats to Colombian security.”
    But Colombia is far from the only target. The United States is the principal market for Colombia’s illicit drug industry, of which Chávez’s allies in FARC control 60 percent of production. Clearly, an undeclared war is already underway between Hugo Chávez’s government and the United States and Colombia.

     
  8. And so the vultures pick at each other!

     
  9. Pot calling kettle black.

     

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