Monday, November 19, 2007


Chavez Tells OPEC to Use Politics, Curb `Imperialism' Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez brought his revolutionary zeal to the cartel that controls 40 percent of the world's oil, urging fellow members at a weekend summit to fight against ``imperialism'' and ``exploitation.''
It looks like it has started to become obvious what Chavez and others are up to and they aren't being chastised for their comments which are aimed primarily at the United States.

"Support for Chavez came from President Rafael Vicente Correa of Ecuador and from Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, whose nation is the target of a U.S.-led campaign of sanctions and pressure over allegations that it is pursuing nuclear weapons and destabilizing the region.

Chavez, 53, and Correa, 44, stopped short of threatening an embargo in case of a U.S. attack on Iran. ``We don't want to speculate,'' Correa said in response to a question about whether a halt in oil sales to the U.S. should be employed in case of war."

"Countering him was the conference host,Saudi King Abdullah, who said the organization's goal was simply to produce prosperity."

I tend to believe the good King of Arabia grinned and winked when he gave this very weak answer to Chavez and his cohorts! Now we'll see what, if anything, our president says or does about this!

Folks, our country is on the verge of a free-fall and, so far, President Bush has done absolutely nothing to stop it from happening.

The worse part is, too many folks are just sitting and doing nothing, hoping this is all just an illusion and will fix itself. Check out your stock portfolio. It'll say differently! It'll tell you like it is!

I hate seeing MY MONEY financing Chavez and our other enemies, the people who want us dead!

I gotta go now! Gotta call the White House and e-mail my Senators and Representatives and try to do something for myself!

Anybody coming?



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