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Of Course: UN Human Rights Council Pays Tribute to Hugo Chavez

45-otto Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 9:37 AM
There is nothing the United Nations has done in the last 30 years that has truly advanced "human rights" and yet we continue to float their boat financially. Our own Usurper-in-Chief would like to do exactly what Chavez did to his country, redistribute the wealth to himself and his lapdogs and impoverish the rest of us. Once again a BIG thank you to all of you low information voters, welfare cockroaches, and other assorted mental midget takers that put this Kenyan Marxist in office not once but twice. may you all die in utter darkness, alone, and in agony.
Luscious Lars Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 10:01 AM
Yup. Plenty of money for Obama's numerous golf outings, but we have to shut down White House tours because the sequestor, which was Obama's idea in the first place, means we don't have the money to keep enough secret service people on the job while tours are being conducted. What a crock!

So, about that $85 billion in sequester money... why don't we just start pulling some of our funding from the United Nations? As the world knows by now, Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez finally died this week after a long battle with cancer and a recent re-election riddled with fraud. Despite terrible living conditions in the country and Chavez' confiscation of private property on demand, the UN Human Rights Council paid tribute to him yesterday. More from CNSNews:

The U.N. Human Rights Council was criticized Wednesday for holding a minute of silence to honor Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez,...