"Don't Mess With Me, Girl."
I know as a good American I am supposed to hate Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez because he openly loathes our president and his policies.
But then, so do I.
It seems Chavez is a little peeved at BushCo for attempting to oust him back in 2002, so he's been pretty open in his contempt for the buttinski Bush crowd.
Recently, Condoleezza Rice curled her lip and described Venezuela as one of the "biggest problems" for the Western Hemisphere. Then she promised to develop regional alliances as part of an "inoculation" strategy to expose what the State Department calls anti-democratic behavior in Venezuela.
As a response, Chavez said to Condo in a recent address, "Don't mess with me, girl."
Then he referred to her as "Condolence Rice" and blew her a kiss.
Venezuela may indeed be another banana republic and Chavez may be a petty little dictator, but as the world's fifth largest exporter of oil, Condo was wrong to use her diplomatic power to be so damned undiplomatic.
America's petty little dictator Bush said he's a uniter, not a divider.
He also called a pro-pollution bill, "the clear skies initiative," a bad education bill, "no child left behind" and the war in Iraq as a "mission accomplished."
I've learned to believe the opposite of what Bush and his cronies say is true.
I think it's refreshing for the leader of another country to openly express disdain toward these crooked bastards and the snarling bitch we currently are having to tolerate.
To Hugo Chavez I say, "You go, boy."