Sunday, October 16, 2005

Save the paper 

Apparently Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is thinking out loud about requesting the extradition of Pat Robertson, the U.S. minister who hasn't made any secret about wanting Chavez assasinated.

Now I suppose requesting the extradition could generate some publicity, but it has a snowballs chance in hell of being honored by the U.S. Heck, those pricks won't even extradite a terrorist who apparently helped blow up a airliner with more than 70 passengers. So if the U.S. wants to harbor people like Pat Robertson and Jorge Posada Venezuela probably can't do anything about it. Then again, maybe exposing U.S. double standards would justify what is otherwise just a big waste of paper.


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