Skip to comments.Dial Joe-4-Chávez (Your Chance For FREE CHAVEZ OIL!!)
Posted on 02/02/2007 10:20:53 AM PST by Registered
Massachusetts Dems love Venezuela's strongman.
Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chávez is an ally of the Iranians, a supporter of North Korea, a close friend of Castro and a good customer for Russia's weapon factories. Now he's also a business partner of Joseph P. Kennedy II.
See if you qualify for some
free Hugo Chavez Oil!!
The former Dem Congressman describes the deal he's cooked up with Mr. Chávez as charity for low-income consumers of heating oil. But it's worth asking what the price of this largesse is to Venezuelans and to U.S. security interests.
The arrangement is this: Mr. Chávez's Citgo-a Houston-based oil company owned by the Venezuelan government-is supplying home heating oil to Mr. Kennedy's Citizens Energy Corporation at a 40% discount. Citizens, a nonprofit outfit, says it passes the savings onto the poor, aiming to help 400k homes in 16 states that would otherwise have trouble heating their homes. In the process, Mr. Kennedy happens to get a high-profile publicity plug. If you think you qualify, says the television ad that drew our attention to this partnership, just dial 1-877-Joe-4-Oil (that's 1-877-563-4645).
(go ahead and call like I did to see if you qualify for a hundred gallons of free heating oil from Venezuela!)
Excerpted, more here: http://www.opinionjournal.com/editorial/feature.html?id=110009310
Click here to view the Citizens's Energy Corporation Commercial on YouTube
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Time for a Boston Oil Party?
Joe, I know this lady who was paralyzed when the idiot she was with rolled his jeep over on her. She could use the oil because she was left destitute after her injury because the family that she didn't sue, left her high and dry after promising to take care of her.
The Kennedys are above such things as the national interest.
How does one go about using heating oil anyways? I'm curious. My house is natural gas heated. All the appliances are electric. Far as I know I have no way of actually using 100 gallons of heating oil properly.
Guess I just open the barrels and light em up...can I send em back to Venezuela that way?
I think that's a good question.
Its basically diesel fuel.
I would burn my house down before I would accept 1 teaspoonful of heating oil from this traitor and his commie buddies.
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