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Colmesian Relativism

On a segment of "Your World with Neil Cavuto" tonight, Alan Colmes and Rep. Connie Mack (R-Fla.) were arguing about Hugo Chavez's well-known generosity, which has recently been extended to the people of Massachusetts.

Mack suggested that the U.S. shouldn't accept such aid unless Chavez can back up his seeming altruism by being a little more giving with things like freedom of the press and speech in Venezuela.

Colmes: "No one is a saint, including many in our own government." (quote paraphrased, but that was the gist)

Ahh yes, Bush=Chavez.

Scott Ott spoofs Chavez, here.

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