Skip to comments.CNN [en Espanol] Reporter: Chavez 'Epitome of the Populist Leader'
Posted on 03/13/2009 9:04:14 AM PDT by chuck_the_tv_out
Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez is "attractive to any journalist" because he's "the epitome of the populist leader" with "plain tastes" and "overwhelming charisma," CNN en español senior anchor Patricia Janiot told journalist Cristian Savio in a recent interview
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Communist reporters at CNN?
obama = chavez-lite
Epitome of the POOPulist Leader
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Chavez Takes Over Caracas City Police
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most american “journalists”
get horny when they go to a communist state.
Why it is considered to be a “good thing” to be a “populist leader,” aka demagogue, is beyond me.
The other thing that’s beyond me is what anybody could possibly find attractive or charismatic about that buffoon Chavez. Of course, I also don’t know what they find attractive or charismatic about our buffoon, Barry O.
She sounds like he’s made her his mistress.
Otherwise, it’s just more of the Eason Jordan strategy of trading flattery for access.
These people will scream at the top of their lungs that conservatives are depriving them of freedom of speech. Obviously, that is a total falsehood—else how would they be able to scream? Whe it comes to a Left-wing facist thug like Chavez, however, they simply can’t wait to grovel and lick his boots.
Uh, I don’t want or need a ‘leader’. I want public servants who do their thing for a specified period of time and then leave to go back into private life. I don’t consider politicians qualified to ‘lead’. They aren’t generally experts at anything, so they basically need to be good administrators who rely on the input of experts they’ve selected to help them make sound decisions. It’s a job. “Leader’ sounds offensive to me.
Wow! Stalin reincarnated!
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