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Chavez, whose country is the United States' fourth-largest oil supplier, said Tuesday that McCain's remarks during the campaign don't bode well for easing tensions.
"McCain seems to be a man of war too. He said yesterday that Bush has been very tolerant with Chavez. He's gone to Iraq to offer more weapons and more dollars — and more war," Chavez said. "God save us — and beyond God, may the people of the United States save us from greater madness."
Chavez, who regularly calls Bush the devil, added: "Sometimes one says that worse than Bush is impossible, but we don't know."
"Sometimes one says that worse than Bush is impossible, but we don't know."
He would have to be basing that on something and not just wildly accusing a Presidential candidate for the sake of it.
Originally posted by Karlhungis
I think anyone in that position would be foolish not to think of the possibility that McCain could be worse than Bush.
I think the American people would be wise to ask themselves that same question.
Originally posted by 44soulslayer
You know, its a great malaise with Hugo Chavez that he has far more opinion than information.
Originally posted by JanusFIN
Its difficult to hate this Mr Chavez.
Originally posted by DYepes
in fact that is very odd. Venezuela, ecuador, peru, bolivia, and maybe argentina are mostly on the same page.