PRESIDENT BUSH IN DANGER IN ARGENTINA - NAFTA

Submitted by hippie on November 4, 2005 - 6:04pm.
"Peoples of the Americas are rising once again, saying no to imperialism, saying no to fascism, saying no to intervention - and saying no to death," said President Chavez of Venezuela, another oil rich country ripe for the picking by the Bush/Cheney/Haiburton oil empires.



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Tens of thousands of violent demonstrators were within blocks of the Summit of the Americas in Mar Del Plata, Argentina and police were quickly loosing control. President Bush’s security was considering pulling him out and sending him back home, CNN reports, where things are not much better.

The Summit always draws opposition from the working class people of the America’s as the Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), stands for anti-union, globalization, anti-environmental issues, genetic engineering and even less for the poor third world peoples. George Bush, Sr. played a large part in creating the idea with the first meeting being held in Miami in 1994.


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Condoleezza Rice, Bush’s deputy National Security Advisor – a position held by other such pigs as Henry Kissinger, was seen running for her limousine after the opening meeting in the heavily guarded luxury hotel where the meeting was being held.


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President Chavez has been somewhat pissed since ‘Righteous Right’ guru Pat Robinson suggested that he be assassinated.


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One might recall that similar remarks ended up with the back of President Kennedy’s head being blown off by a combination of far right oil money H. L. Hunt, Cuban Extremists, and our own CIA – so the story goes.

Robinson, the arch-conservative supporter of Bush, made the comments on his TV program: “I don’t know about this doctrine of assassination,” he said, “but if he thinks that we’re trying to assassinate him, I think we really ought to go ahead and do it.”


The Bush administration has established the habitat for Robertson’s radical statement. They all accuse Chavez of attempting to destabilize his Latin American neighbors. There has never been any effort to provide even the slightest bit of evidence that the Venezuelan president has, in fact, been engaged in destabilizing activities.

Expectations of a face-off between President Bush (referred to as “Mr. Danger” by Chavez) and Chavez crackled Friday as the fourth Summit of the Americas opened. He stated to President Bush, "Go to Hell". Bush seemed to need little help, considering the numbers of America's youth that have been scaraficed for his "lies" concerning WMD (weapons of mass destruction) which was his reason for entering Iraq and now is a FACTUAL lie.

Regardless, the hearts of the American people and ExHippie.com SUPPORTS OUR TROOPS, just not our government's lies and deceit. We're better than that, and OUR forefathers wrote OUR CONSTITUTION to avoid such abuse of power.

Chanting "Fascist Bush! You are the terrorist!" the protesters massed along the streets, then set fires just four blocks from the meeting of the 34-nation summit.

Police took drastic measures.

Mr. Bush had hoped to persuade his counterparts from Latin America and the Caribbean to deliver a resounding endorsement of the plan, the Free Trade Area of the Americas. But suspicions of American intentions prevailed in the end, and the final communiqué , originally scheduled to be issued early in the afternoon, seemed likely to fall short of that ambitious goal, if an official declaration were to be made at all.

When the group took a 15-minute break, President Bush left for his flight to Brasilia.


Bush’s integrity approval rating is at an all time low – 36%.

Honesty and Trustworthiness - 40%.

Republicans continue to run shameful and misleading "political ads" on TV.

For a President who promised 'Compassionate Conservatism'
and controls both Houses of Congress, something is amiss!

Is it any wonder?

STAY STRONG and POSITIVE, AMERICA

hippie



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