Skip to comments.White House congratulates Venezuela on election
Posted on 10/08/2012 11:10:07 AM PDT by ColdOne
White House press secretary Jay Carney congratulated the Venezuelan people on their recent election, despite exit polls showing the opposition to President Hugo Chavez winning.
Carney, speaking to reporters traveling with President Obama on Air Force One, added that the US has its differences with Chavez.
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
One Commie congratulating another Commie..except even Chavez isn’t as Commie as Obama
From one Socialist Dictator to another.
An American administration with balls would not congratulate the dictator. Everyone knows this elecion is pure bullpoop!
Zero probably getting his escape plan in place when he is finally exposed as the non-American he is and is run out of the country by citizens.
These two egos deserve each other. They can sit around and grunt platitudes to each other .
Well Jay, ya might as well send Hugo some effing M1A2 Abrahms, too. You bunch of colluding, conniving, worthless excuses for a dog turd take the damned cake. Hugo can’t get by with another 6 years, and he will be taken out by his own people now that they’ve finally realized what he’s done.
Obama also congratulated Putin on his win in the USSR... I meant Russia...
O’Dumbo probably taking notes on how to steal an election.
In fact...I'm going back and look...he probably did....
No, Zero would pay Russia to send Chavez some T-90’s and SU-50’s. Can’t be helping out the US Defense industry, you know...
Trial run for this election.
I hope the venezuelans are rioting in the street by tonight
Jay Canard congratulated them for a successful beta test which they will successfully implement on November 6th.
Update: Tanks in the streets as Venezuelan electoral council declares Hugo Chavez victory
A dictator that knows how to steal an election, just one more reason why Chavez is Obama’s idol.
Thanks I was just at that link.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.