One train bombing and Spain ran up the white flag. One hotel bombing and Jordan has gone into high gear to get the terrorists. If thats the ally Hugo wants I say go for it.
It's an interesting contrast (for all I don't want to tar the millions of patriotic Spainards who voted against the current government). Spain has a bombing and immediately changes its entire government and foreign policy. Jordan has a bombing and the country unites to fight the terrorists - even al-Zarqawi's own tribsmen (in effect his extended family) renounced him and went on the hunt.
I know that there are millions of loyal Spanish citizens who voted against this creep, but I have little sympathy for the Spanish PM, his allies, and those who voted him into office. By abandoning the Coalition in Iraq, the Spanish have painted a big bulls-eye on their backs and it is just a matter of time before someone takes another shot at them (like the Al-Qaeda linked group the Guardia Civil busted this past weekend).
Normally, I wouldn't wish this chicken-livered pipsqueak on anyone, but since its Hugo Chavez, I guess I can live with the rats congregating together. It makes them easier to identify.