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President Hugo Chevez To Visit Australia
Jul 31st, 2010 at 7:15am
 
An invitation sent to Hugo Chavez (and twitter followers) via spanish language twitter ...


¿Hola población de Venezuela, presidente Hugo Chavez visitaría Australia si el gobierno australiano le invitó?

Para traducir español al inglés
http://au.babelfish.yahoo.com/translate_txt

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english :
Hello People Of Venezuela, Would Your President Hugo Chavez Visit Australia if He Was Invited By The Australian Government?


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Could Australians embrace a visit from Hugo Chavez ... and should Australia have a closer relationship with Central / South America ?


Could Abbott or Gillard Host Hugo Chavez without an international incident?
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Reply #1 - Jul 31st, 2010 at 3:52pm
 
I know the Greens have a deep love for South American dictators, but whoever is the Prime Minister at the time, whether it be Abbott or Gillard, would do well not to welcome him with open arms. What's he got to offer? Besides oil.
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Reply #2 - Jul 31st, 2010 at 3:58pm
 
How about the Chinese President, Hu Jintao ... or the Russian President, Dmitry Medvedev ... or any other leader.

Don't tell me you're an isolationist Bob

p.s What's the LDP stand for?
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Reply #3 - Aug 1st, 2010 at 12:20am
 
I'm not an isolationist. I support trade with Venezuela and all countries of the world. I just don't our Prime Minister being buddies with a South American dictator is good publicity.

LDP stands for Liberal Democratic Party.

oh wait, did you mean "what do the initials stand for?" or "what does the Liberal Democratic Party stand for?"

Our name really represents what we stand for. Just like "The Greens" describes what they stand for. We believe in a liberal democracy. A democratic government with a very liberal approach to governing. So basically, a free society with a free market. Very little rules and regulations. We'd like the government to enforce basic rule of law (punish murderers, rapists, thieves and frauds) but apart from that, just sit back and drink tea and let us do basically whatever we want to.
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Reply #4 - Aug 1st, 2010 at 6:32am
 
BobH wrote on Aug 1st, 2010 at 12:20am:
I'm not an isolationist. I support trade with Venezuela and all countries of the world. I just don't our Prime Minister being buddies with a South American dictator is good publicity.

LDP stands for Liberal Democratic Party.

oh wait, did you mean "what do the initials stand for?" or "what does the Liberal Democratic Party stand for?"

Our name really represents what we stand for. Just like "The Greens" describes what they stand for. We believe in a liberal democracy. A democratic government with a very liberal approach to governing. So basically, a free society with a free market. Very little rules and regulations. We'd like the government to enforce basic rule of law (punish murderers, rapists, thieves and frauds) but apart from that, just sit back and drink tea and let us do basically whatever we want to.


Now there's a party I can support.  Smiley

I friggen can't stand the facist scumbags of the greens, liberal and labor parties, prolly one of the main reasons I don't vote.


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Reply #5 - Aug 1st, 2010 at 7:42am
 
bob hunter<<What's he got to offer? Besides oil. >>
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That says it all. He's got more to offer than you would ever understand.
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Reply #6 - Aug 1st, 2010 at 12:27pm
 
Dame Pansi wrote on Aug 1st, 2010 at 7:42am:
bob hunter<<What's he got to offer? Besides oil. >>
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That says it all. He's got more to offer than you would ever understand.


Then why dont you tell us what he has to offer us, you brainless twit!

The man has all but destroyed his economy, nationalised industry, removed basic freedoms including freedom of speech and the right to political opposition. he has NOTHING to teach us other than to value the men and women we have elected as our representatives, the worst of which would be a star compared to this common thug and dictator.
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