Friday, July 31, 2009

"Freedom of Expression Must Be Limited"

The nexus of the Axis of El Vil is looking more vile every day:

Venezuela's top prosecutor insisted Thursday that freedom of expression in Venezuela "must be limited" and proposed legislation that would slap additional restrictions on the country's news media.

And no tinpot dictator like Hugo Chavez can be content with abusing his own people, so the foreign aggression can't be ignored:

Colombian President Alvaro Uribe complained over the weekend that anti-tank rocket launchers sold to Venezuela's military by Sweden during the 1980s were found in an arms cache belonging to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC.

So how many people are happy that the coup against Chavez several years ago--illegal though it was--failed?