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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Obama: No to Margaret Thatcher, yes to Hugo Chavez

A few weeks ago, President Obama sent an official delegation to the funeral of Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez. But he won't be sending one to the funeral of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Hat Tip: Bad Blue).
In an amazing snub, Barack Obama, who sent an official delegation to Venezuela for tyrannical socialist dictator, Hugo Chavez’s funeral, won’t send one to Great Britain’s Margaret Thatcher’s.
This is shocking, but I guess it shouldn’t be (although it still is!).  One of Marxist Obama’s first shamefully embarrassing, classless acts as president was to return a bust of the great British leader, Winston Churchill, a gift from Britain to the U.S. which was displayed in the White House.  It was such a disgusting act that the Obama propaganda machine originally lied about it, calling the story “100% false.”  Finally, they had to admit it was true, but like all decisions made by “Dear Leader” Obama, it was largely ignored by the mainstream media.  It should have been a strong warning to Americans about Obama’s ideology.


The truth is that there is no difference in Obama’s political ideology from Chavez’s.  None. Chavez hated America and everything it stood for, yet “our president” gladly and proudly sends representatives from his regime to attend the madman’s funeral.  Margaret Thatcher loved America, loved free markets, loved individual liberty, and was instrumental in joining with Ronald Reagan in bringing down the evil communists in the Soviet Union.  No wonder he’s snubbing her.

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At 9:07 PM, Blogger Empress Trudy said...

What was their excuse..."We have to DRIVE to Venezuela because of cutbacks"?

At 8:47 AM, Blogger violet said...

Chavez was head of state and in office at the time of death. He was accorded a state funeral. Thatcher was head of gov't (QEII is head of state) and was long out of office at the time of death. She will be accorded a ceremonial funeral. Yes, Thatcher was a friend to the U.S. and Chavez wasn't. But their funerals are not equivalent in diplomatic terms.


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