Alaska villages reject heating oil gift from Bush critic Chavez
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – An offer of free heating oil from a critic of President Bush will be rejected by four remote Alaska villages.
Leaders of the Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association said Thursday that they will not accept oil for residents of Nelson Lagoon, Atka, St. Paul and St. George offered by Venezuela President Hugo Chavez out of loyalty to Bush and the country.
Chavez last week called President Bush "a devil" and made other inflammatory comments about the United States. More on the story [here].
Saturday, September 30, 2006
Chávez, please keep talking
Like my mother says, "el tipo es un ánimal, si se cae come hierba." Literally the guy is an animal (a quadruped), if he falls he will eat grass.