posted on May, 9 2010 @ 09:20 AM
Interesting speech, though it should make a person think.
I am not going to attack his actions, he is upset and speaking out, nor will I state he is not entitled to his opinion and belief. But I believe that
his words are closer to sedition than ever, if you compare what he is stating against what Glenn Beck states.
My advice to him, is if he likes Hugo Chavez so much, and admires the man, go to that country and live there for about a year, or go and find someone
who lived in a communist/socialist country and then see if capatilism is not such a bad thing. I have listend to the stories told by people who lived
under those kinds of governments and can tell you, I would not recomend it. Fear is the first thing I got out of it, fear of everything and everyone.
If you did not trust the person who you were speaking to, then you did not say anything. You went did what you needed to and remain inside as a
citizen. And the food that you eat, well it would be determined by the state as what was good for you, not a variety, so if people went hungry, well
that was more for someone else.
But I am not going to get into that debate as to what he is and is not allowed to say, but rather say this: I do not agree with what he is stating,
if I heard that, I would walk away, but I would support his right to say it, cause as a citizen of the United States of America, I believe in that
fundamental right, the right to free speech. Think they can do that where Hugo Chavez rules?