Thursday, December 18, 2008


If you are looking for proof that Evo Morales is turning into a cheaper version of that buffoon Hugo Chavez, then here is something of interest.

The Bolivian president told reporters during the just-completed Summit of Latin American and Caribbean Nations in Brazil that the United States should lift its commercial and trade "blockade" of the Castro regime immediately.

It's a sentiment echoed by other Latin American leaders - and by all those American businessmen and their lobbyists who believe they will make a quid or two if the embargo is reversed.

But as usual, Morales went one step further, to the embarrassment of most of the other leaders at the Summit.

"If the United States does not raise the blockade," he told the media, "we will remove our ambassadors until the United States government lifts its economic blockade on the Cuban people."


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