Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Next Stop: Venezuela.

Amid record gas prices, instability in Iraq, and Bush threatening Iran with the use of force, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is threatening to cut off oil exports to the United States.

In response to a US decision to revoke the visas of six Venezuelan officials based in Washington, Chavez withdrew the diplomatic immunity of US agents working in Venezuela for the Drug Enforcement Administration, claiming the agents were spying on his government.

At a youth festival in Caracas Chavez said that Venezuelan oil “instead of going to the United States, could go elsewhere.”

The US has threatened Chavez numerous times, including staging a failed coup, while Venezuela exports about 1.3 million barrels of oil a day to the United States. Venezuela is the 5th largest exporter of oil in the world, and one of the few oil exporters that have a democratic government.

20 Comments:

Blogger jb_ken said...

and one of the few oil exporters that have a democratic government.


Yea democratic, just like Cuba. Chavez is a commie and the US will take him out eventually.

7:13 AM  
Blogger Mark H. Foxwell said...

Boy, Alva, you seem to have attracted a lot of trolls.

Jb--why do you suppose the USA has not yet "taken out" Castro? There's no USSR to support him, no shadowy cabal of European or other foreign powers to protect him?

Say what you will against Castro, he has legitimacy in Cuba. We have tried assination, repeatedly. It doesn't work. We can't invade, because the Cubans will fight for their freedom from Yankee rule. And there is a real possibility that despite the poverty that American-demanded embargoes against the island imposes, American soldiers would be subverted by these people, so close to us in culture, into rethinking their own allegiances and political priorities. Cuba is "infected" with socialism and very possibly contagious. American soldiers would not identify with Vietnamese or Iraqis or Iranians (especially because the latter are not progressive, nation-building socialists) but Cubans generally know English, are fond of Americana (baseball, classic cars--all their automobiles are from before 1960 and lovingly maintained). They are cheerful, fun-loving people who have maintained a socialist regime in defiance of the greatest superpower in the world right over their shores, for two generations now, surviving the loss of the support of the other rival superpower when it collapsed, and this despite (or perhaps in part because of) a relentless, ruthless campaign of isolation and sabotage (including murderous terrorism) we conducted all that time. And as you indicate, still intend to.

If Cuba is so bad and we are so good, and there is nothing right about Cuba, why else do _you_ think the place is still run by Castro?

As for Chavez--funny thing, if he is like Castro, apparently maybe the Cubans _would_ vote Fidel in in a truly free and fair election, because Chavez has won in such contests many times, despite our attempts to rig it otherwise. Maybe you would like to rethink the comparison to Castro. Chavez's power is clearly popular in basis and freely supported by the people, perhaps _because_ he is defying the USA. So sending troops to remove him would again be costly and perhaps terribly counterproductive, as these troops might see and hear things that give them dangerous ideas about how to do things back home. Again we have assasination and terroristic sabotage, which we have tried and are not working. Chavez might well stay right where he is as long as Castro has been in Havana.

Perhaps you think we might nuke the places. There is no telling how low our rulers will go. But there would be terrible repercussions of such drastic measures and I hope we don't find them out in practice.

And in the long run, perhaps _because_ they are commies, they might lead to taking out you. Invading Venezuela now would be a particularly dumb move, with the war in the Middle East bleeding us and dissent rising in the ranks of the military. But it is GW Bush who will make the decision and you never know just how fast he will get even stupider than he has been up till now.

As the War Nerd says, if you want to predict W's actions, figure out what the very worst thing someone can do for the USA would be, and that's what he'll do. This theory seems to work very well.

2:04 PM  
Blogger Alva Goldbook said...

i couldn't have said it better myself Mark. Chavez is the head of a democratic government, and he has been democratically elected dispite that the US attempted 4 seperate coups.

Apparently to conservatives being a south american "commie" is when a political leader addresses the needs of his people, instead of the needs of American industry.

8:36 AM  
Blogger MiamiMiami said...

Jb--why do you suppose the USA has not yet "taken out" Castro? There's no USSR to support him, no shadowy cabal of European or other foreign powers to protect him?

======>Cuba hasn't been taken out because they don't pose a threat to the US. Castro is smarter than most people give him credit for. Castro won't make the mistake he did 40 years ago when he tried to get nukes. He learned his lesson then. There is no need to take Cuba other than for

Say what you will against Castro, he has legitimacy in Cuba.
=====>Yeah. How many Cubans have you spoken to lately? The only "legitimacy" he has is becuase he has the people at gun point.

We have tried assination, repeatedly. It doesn't work. We can't invade, because the Cubans will fight for their freedom from Yankee rule.
=====>You would be surprised how many Cubans would gladly run to the mountains and let Castro's sodiers die in the streets of Havana. But apparantly you have fallen victim to the Commandante's wonderful speeches.

And there is a real possibility that despite the poverty that American-demanded embargoes against the island imposes, American soldiers would be subverted by these people, so close to us in culture, into rethinking their own allegiances and political priorities.
=====>And which Cuban refugee told you this? The ones I have spoken to would strongly disagree with you sir.

Cuba is "infected" with socialism and very possibly contagious. American soldiers would not identify with Vietnamese or Iraqis or Iranians (especially because the latter are not progressive, nation-building socialists) but Cubans generally know English, are fond of Americana (baseball, classic cars--all their automobiles are from before 1960 and lovingly maintained). They are cheerful, fun-loving people who have maintained a socialist regime in defiance of the greatest superpower in the world right over their shores, for two generations now, surviving the loss of the support of the other rival superpower when it collapsed, and this despite (or perhaps in part because of) a relentless, ruthless campaign of isolation and sabotage (including murderous terrorism) we conducted all that time. And as you indicate, still intend to.

=====>Are you delirious? They haven't maintianed anything in Cuba for nothing more than survival. If you don't already know there is a HUGE black market in Cuba for everything and anything. Capitalism is practiced everyday but for items of survival. You have mistaken this support of socialism by the Cuabn population as a symbol of Cuban pride when it is because they have no other choice. The either play by the Castro game or die, literally.

If Cuba is so bad and we are so good, and there is nothing right about Cuba, why else do _you_ think the place is still run by Castro?

=====>Are you serious? Castro is still there because the Cuban people can't remove him. It's not because he is so well-liked. You must be a Cuban government employee or something. I mean really...

As for Chavez--funny thing, if he is like Castro, apparently maybe the Cubans _would_ vote Fidel in in a truly free and fair election, because Chavez has won in such contests many times, despite our attempts to rig it otherwise.
=====>Castro doesn't have fair elections. Listen smoking crack is dangerous you need to stop before you do yourself irreparairable damage.


Maybe you would like to rethink the comparison to Castro.
=====>How many Venezuelans have you spoken to lately? ABout the same number of Cubans I would imagine.

Chavez's power is clearly popular in basis and freely supported by the people, perhaps _because_ he is defying the USA.
======>Again you need to stop smoking crack, it's dangerous.


So sending troops to remove him would again be costly and perhaps terribly counterproductive, as these troops might see and hear things that give them dangerous ideas about how to do things back home.
=====>Huh. You are kidding right? When we invaded Panam did the troops come back thinking that Noriega was on a good thing? When our troops invaded Grenada and removed Cuban troops did they turn communist? I don't remember Desert Storm veterans coming back thinking the Republican Guard was just swell.

Again we have assasination and terroristic sabotage, which we have tried and are not working. Chavez might well stay right where he is as long as Castro has been in Havana.

Perhaps you think we might nuke the places. There is no telling how low our rulers will go. But there would be terrible repercussions of such drastic measures and I hope we don't find them out in practice.

=====>The last time we threatened to nuke Castro he blinked.

And in the long run, perhaps _because_ they are commies, they might lead to taking out you. Invading Venezuela now would be a particularly dumb move, with the war in the Middle East bleeding us and dissent rising in the ranks of the military. But it is GW Bush who will make the decision and you never know just how fast he will get even stupider than he has been up till now.

As the War Nerd says, if you want to predict W's actions, figure out what the very worst thing someone can do for the USA would be, and that's what he'll do. This theory seems to work very well.

====>So how long have you been a student of Che?

1:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've always been amazed that any Cuban could stand the US government, after the terrible things they did to Cuba before and after 1898. Trying to sabotage their fight for independence from Spain. Then, just when Cuba was about to win that battle, the US goes in, destroys what's left of their economy, and essentially steals the land, and the natural resources.

This is the modus operandi of the US. Always has been, always will be. Now, they're doing it again to Iraq, and there's no telling where they will go next. They need to leave Venezuela, and the rest of Latin America, alone.

It's no wonder so many people, in so many countries, hate the US. Death and destruction is an evil foreign policy.

-charmaine-

11:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

fearful miamimiami says:
"so how long have you been a student of Che?"

So, fearful miamimiami, how long have you been a student of Bushco, and the dangerous imperialist intentions of the neocons, who tell him his every move, and give him his every talking point?

The US is the most murderous and destructive government in the history of this planet. Chavez, Castro and Che, all three put together, could never, and will never, match the evils. They never even wanted to.

Someone needs to study real, and untarnished, history.

-charmaine-

9:47 PM  
Blogger MiamiMiami said...

I swear that after this post I am going to confession. This is almost a case of abuse on my part.....


I've always been amazed that any Cuban could stand the US government, after the terrible things they did to Cuba before and after 1898.
=====>Excuse me. i had to pick myself up off of the floor after laughing myself into self-urination. Just how many Cubans have you spoken to, oh, in the last 20 years? Really. If you have to, just lie to me and say you have spoken to at least 4 or 5. that would make me at least think that you have even some clue of why Cubans DO NOT hate this country. The extreme majority of Cubans couldn't care less about "how the US treated Cubans before 1898". What they see is today. They are oppressed. They hate Castro.

I know this has crushed you emotionally. Just hang in there with me and I will try to get yu through it. I know you can do it.

Most people don't live their lives based on what happened over 200 years ago.

What amazes me is that you pick and choose what aspects of time you like to live in. For instance you make several references to acts committed by the "white European terrorists" from hundreds of years ago and how Cubans were supposedly treated by the US 200 years ago. So do you apply this theme to every aspect of your life or is it because you have nothing else but that period of history to base your attacks on America? What I mean to say is do buy your butter in the supermarket or do you churn it so that yu will not feel as if you have supported the supermarket that has exploited the efforts of the oppressed dairy farmer? I mean do you ride, drive or use any form of transportation that utilizes oil or do you walk everywhere so that you can fel better about not being a co-conspirator in the pollution business. And if you do walk everywhere do you wear shoes you made yourself or do you,like the rest of us horrible 21st century humans, wear those horrible shoes made using the rubber that is made by a process that is polluting the Earth? I am curious indeed.





Trying to sabotage their fight for independence from Spain. Then, just when Cuba was about to win that battle, the US goes in, destroys what's left of their economy, and essentially steals the land, and the natural resources.
======>Yeah, it's a bitch ain't it? I mean that's the very first thing those Cubans tell me when I speak to them over coffee on sw 8 street. Right after they tell me how thankful they are for being here and working, making money and wishing that the rest of their family could have come with them but Castro's government wouldn't let them and how perilous their journey was crossing the straits in nothing better than a couple innertubes tied together with wooden planks on it praying to the Virgin Mary to keep them alive long enough. Yup they still hold that grudge. Boy you sure nailed them alright. But you would know right?


This is the modus operandi of the US. Always has been, always will be. Now, they're doing it again to Iraq, and there's no telling where they will go next. They need to leave Venezuela, and the rest of Latin America, alone.
=======>You do live in a vacuum. So when are you leaving, assuming that you are in this country. Or maybe you are just mad as hell that our country didn't let you in. Which one was it?
It's no wonder so many people, in so many countries, hate the US. Death and destruction is an evil foreign policy.

-charmaine-

6:03 PM  
Blogger MiamiMiami said...

Man, I swear you are just making this too easy, maybe you setting me up for something better (I hope).



fearful miamimiami says:
"so how long have you been a student of Che?"

So, fearful miamimiami, how long have you been a student of Bushco, and the dangerous imperialist intentions of the neocons, who tell him his every move, and give him his every talking point?

=====>HAHAHAHA. I gotta tellyouI am starting to LOVE that "fearful MiamiMiami" thing. It's like living proof that i was able to change the way you address me and you just fell for it. It's really a hoot! Well to answer your question he and I are the same guy. Yes, it's really me Bush and well by the time you read this you should start hearing the Blackhawk choppers over your house to pick you up.
I think that once you come to the realization that not only are you nothing more than a communist , and a bad one at that, but that you are such an insignifigant voice in the big picture. Thankfully folks like you will NEVER take hold politically in this country because the majority of Americans know what you and your kind represent. But while you are in this country feel free to voice your opinion.




The US is the most murderous and destructive government in the history of this planet.
=====>Please. Give us time. We can do better I swear.




Chavez, Castro and Che, all three put together, could never, and will never, match the evils. They never even wanted to.

=====>Yeah they never wanted to. You're right. Try explaining that to the millions of Cubans and Venezuelans that here in Miami. Let me know how it goes. Then, we will see who is truly fearful. Not on a bet would I would even say that in public here. And I carry a gun.....

Someone needs to study real, and untarnished, history.

-charmaine-

6:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

-charmaine-says:
I wonder why fearful miamimiami would add my name to the bottom of his comments.

Probably because he's so ashamed of the things he says, he is hoping others will think I wrote them.

fearful miamimiami said: "Most people do not live their lives based on what happened over 200 years ago."

When you enroll in that reading comprehension course, perhaps you should think about adding a basic math course to your curriculum. Again, I'm not criticizing, just trying to be helpful.

Don't forget that history course, as well. You remember the one, don't you? True history, that hasn't been tainted by propaganda.

Until you have successfully completed these courses, I will not get involved in discussions with you that involve your versions of fact. I'm sure anyone could see why.

-charmaine-

11:11 PM  
Blogger MiamiMiami said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmm.....


-charmaine-says:
I wonder why fearful miamimiami would add my name to the bottom of his comments.
=====>Wow. A typographical error! OOOO. Such razor-sharp wit you have. Careful, you might cut yourself with it. Might want to put that away before you hurt yourself dear.




Probably because he's so ashamed of the things he says, he is hoping others will think I wrote them.
=======>Yeah. That's it. I am so ashamed that didn't remove it after I pretty much made you look silly. Just remember that MOST people can read my name in big blue letters at the beginning of my response. But I will give you a "C+" for effort.


fearful miamimiami said: "Most people do not live their lives based on what happened over 200 years ago."
=====>Uh huh. well except for you I think. Let me post the question again because you have seemd to avoid answering it.......
What amazes me is that you pick and choose what aspects of time you like to live in. For instance you make several references to acts committed by the "white European terrorists" from hundreds of years ago and how Cubans were supposedly treated by the US 200 years ago. So do you apply this theme to every aspect of your life or is it because you have nothing else but that period of history to base your attacks on America? What I mean to say is do buy your butter in the supermarket or do you churn it so that yu will not feel as if you have supported the supermarket that has exploited the efforts of the oppressed dairy farmer? I mean do you ride, drive or use any form of transportation that utilizes oil or do you walk everywhere so that you can fel better about not being a co-conspirator in the pollution business. And if you do walk everywhere do you wear shoes you made yourself or do you,like the rest of us horrible 21st century humans, wear those horrible shoes made using the rubber that is made by a process that is polluting the Earth? I am curious indeed.





When you enroll in that reading comprehension course, perhaps you should think about adding a basic math course to your curriculum. Again, I'm not criticizing, just trying to be helpful.
=======>You wrote......
"I've always been amazed that any Cuban could stand the US government, after the terrible things they did to Cuba before and after 1898"
So that would make it....oh....you are right! It was only 107 years ago. But the question still remains the same. Bet you can't answer it though....

Don't forget that history course, as well. You remember the one, don't you? True history, that hasn't been tainted by propaganda.
=====>Oh yeah. The one that you studied that made be a decendant of white european terrorists? Yeah ok......



Until you have successfully completed these courses, I will not get involved in discussions with you that involve your versions of fact. I'm sure anyone could see why.
======>Well I think that in all fairness I should be the one that should apologize. You see I clearly thought that you were at least on the same level I was and clearly you can't handle what I got. Please don't take that as a "dig". It is clearly my error. But remember that I am not angry. You have some real deep seeded anger issues and you need to ddeal with them because they clearly are seen in your obviously angry and fearful writing. Life is too short to be so angry.
If a free and open exchange of opinions is too difficult I understand. Not everyone can handle it. it's ok.....


-charmaine-
(P.S. I left this here on purpose this time. So you can see what reason looks like)

10:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

-charmaine-says:

miamimiami said: "...how Cubans were supposedly treated by the US 200 years ago."

How is "1898" 200 years ago?

And, there is no "supposedly" about what the US did to Cuba around that time. It's a matter you might want to do some research on. That way, you'll know something about what is being discussed. The study of history is a very enlightening experience. Try it sometime.
-charmaine-

6:25 AM  
Blogger MiamiMiami said...

OK ok.


miamimiami said: "...how Cubans were supposedly treated by the US 200 years ago."

How is "1898" 200 years ago?
====>Ok you got me lib, it was only 107 years ago, as if makes a difference....


And, there is no "supposedly" about what the US did to Cuba around that time. It's a matter you might want to do some research on. That way, you'll know something about what is being discussed. The study of history is a very enlightening experience. Try it sometime


=====>Again most of us don't live 107 years ago. We live in the now. So again how many Cubans have you spoken to lately???

12:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

-charmaine-says:
miamimiami said: "Ok you got me lib, it was only 107 years ago, as if makes a difference...."

Yes, it does make a difference. A difference of 93 years, to be exact.
See why enrolling in that basic math course might be a good idea?
-charmaine-

3:08 PM  
Blogger MiamiMiami said...

miamimiami said: "Ok you got me lib, it was only 107 years ago, as if makes a difference...."

Yes, it does make a difference. A difference of 93 years, to be exact.
See why enrolling in that basic math course might be a good idea?
====>Other than the fact that I miscalcuated some years how does that prove your point that you are trying to make? Again i will admit that my math was off but other than THAT you are pretty much right where you started at. Hmmm....a shallow vicotry at best, savor it. It's the best you've gotten so far.

8:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

-charmaine-says:

My point should be fairly easy to understand. The situation for Cuba today is directly related to the covert acts of terror that the US government perpetrated on that country around the turn of the century, and continued after the Revolution.

The study of TRUE history is a tool, an aid in understanding what methods a person, or group of persons, might employ now, or in the future.

As George Santayana wrote:
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."

Hugo Chavez, and his people, are quite aware of the atrocities the US has unleashed in the past (and the present) on Latin American nations, and in the Caribbean. They undoubtedly know the lesson of Santayana in that statement. As does Castro, and many, many Cubans.

By the way, when are you leaving for Iraq?

-charmaine-

8:39 AM  
Blogger MiamiMiami said...

My point should be fairly easy to understand. The situation for Cuba today is directly related to the covert acts of terror that the US government perpetrated on that country around the turn of the century, and continued after the Revolution.

======>Actually no your are mistaken. The situation that Cuba finds itself today is the result of a madman who truly in his heart believes that communism is the answer for all social ills. This is what happens when you try to make everyone equal. They all end up equally miserable. Unless that is you are high up in the cummunist party and then you live like a human being like most of Cuba's high level controllers. Do you think that Bastro is living as poorly as the average Ciabn? I think not. The only thing I can blame the US for is not commiting to the invasion of the Bay of Pigs.

The study of TRUE history is a tool, an aid in understanding what methods a person, or group of persons, might employ now, or in the future.

As George Santayana wrote:
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."

Hugo Chavez, and his people, are quite aware of the atrocities the US has unleashed in the past (and the present) on Latin American nations, and in the Caribbean. They undoubtedly know the lesson of Santayana in that statement. As does Castro, and many, many Cubans.

======>So then, if Castro has such a great thing then why are people risking their own deaths to escape? I still don't see the lines to escape from this terrible United States yet.....

8:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

-charmaine-says:

As far as "lines to escape" from the US goes, people leave the US every day to take up residence in other countries. Sometimes they keep duel citizenship, sometimes they give up their US citizenship.

That's something else you would know, if you would avert your eyes from Fox Snooze once in a while, and pick up a good book. Of course, you would also need to read that book.

Try looking for one without the colorful pictures on every page. That might help you to, in Alva's words, stop pulling facts out of your ass.

I'm sure you know that even if the military doesn't want you, you could always sign on with Haliburton. I've been reading lately that they are losing more and more people every day, and are getting desperate.

So, be sure to let us know when you will be going to Iraq.

Good luck.

-charmaine-

9:26 PM  
Blogger MiamiMiami said...

As far as "lines to escape" from the US goes, people leave the US every day to take up residence in other countries. Sometimes they keep duel citizenship, sometimes they give up their US citizenship.
======>yes and they always seem to come back and keep their American citizenship too. Don't you find that the least bit curious? I imagine that if those people who are leaving hated this country so much they would renounce their American citizenship wouldn't they? I mean haven't you done so? I am presuming that with what you have told me about the terrorists that are in this country by the fact that a long time ago bad things happened in America that you would be ashamed to have this guilt by association being an American citizen. Or is it that you aren't an American citizen and are just envious? You know the Cubans that fled Cuba on make-shift rafts to float across the Florida straits lost their Cuban citizenship and they don't seem so broken hearted to give it up for their residency status here and evntually look forward to being American citizens.



That's something else you would know, if you would avert your eyes from Fox Snooze once in a while, and pick up a good book. Of course, you would also need to read that book.
======>can't reed 2 wel dunt u no?

Try looking for one without the colorful pictures on every page. That might help you to, in Alva's words, stop pulling facts out of your ass.
=-=====>yeah. Let's use some of theowrds pulled out of your hole honey. "White European Terrorist" to describe me simply because I am an American, or my favorite that I must have been the decendant of someone who was the result of what a whtie European terrorists did. Yeah, remember this feeling that you are experinecing now....it's the feeling of having your ass handed to you......again.



I'm sure you know that even if the military doesn't want you, you could always sign on with Haliburton.
=====>I could but that would mean losing my job here as a firefighter/paramedic where my community needs me everyday saving lives from fire amd medical emergencies. Nice try with the Halliburton thing but they actually do hire firefighters and paramedics. I like what I do. You see I have dedicated my life to working in the public service since even before finishing high school. Infact I could actually make MORE money with Halliburton but it's not worth it to me. Money isn't eveything.
But I guess you were being clever with the Halliburton thing trying to, again, uselessly trying to make the Iraq war about it being a war to benefit Halliburton. You need to come up with FRESH and yet-unproven allegations. It makes you look dumb and infantile.


I've been reading lately that they are losing more and more people every day, and are getting desperate.
=====>Actually Halliburton has lost money consistantly since the war began. The military however has exceedingly kept more and more of their combat troops. Yes that's right, the people in combat are re-enlisting and it isn't becuase of any big bonus to do so either. In fact you can find this news just not in the liberally controlled media outlets.

So, be sure to let us know when you will be going to Iraq.
=======>When are you going. The insurgents are starting lose their morale. Maybe you can dance for them in a Islamic version of a USO show to boost them from their instead from the comfort of your air-conditioned home sipping your Starbuck's frappicino.

Good luck.

=======>Luck is for those who don't have skills....

1:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

-charmaine-says:

gung ho miamimiami said: "Luck is for those who don't have skills."

If your reading comprehension, math, history, and Bible study skills are any indication, you are in need of luck.

Good luck with getting to Iraq, so you can do your part for the so-called extension of the so-called war on terror.

And, good luck when you get there. You are going to need it.

-charmaine-

2:46 PM  
Blogger MiamiMiami said...

It's almost as if you like torture...



gung ho miamimiami said: "Luck is for those who don't have skills."


If your reading comprehension, math, history, and Bible study skills are any indication, you are in need of luck.
======>Yeah it sucks to be making the money I make. My reading comprehension far exceeds yours. The only difference is that I have the ability to dicern what is reality and fantasy. Math skills? Wow! You correct me on one simple math problem and now you can make such a leap to say that my math skills are deficient.

Sweetums let me help you with something.

How many times have you had to calculate the exact infusion rate of an emergency medication to help someone with regulating their blood pressure? How many times have you had to not only guess someone's weight but change it to kilograms and calculate the exact amount of medication to give during a cardiac arrest without the aid of a calculator? Or maybe having to look at a 2 month old in caridac arrest and having to calcuate the exact amonut of medication to administer while their frightened and frantic parents are in your ear screaming as their baby is dying infront of them?

Do me a favor, when you can accurately administer a Dopamine infusion to a 250 pound female in hypotensive cardiogenic shock with pulmonary edema while breathing for them using a bag-valve-mask to provide positive pressure ventialtions in the back of a moving rescue truck going approximately 50 mph through the crowded streets of South Florida within the time it takes for it to make a differnce get back to me about my "math" skills.

Too late it's 23 drops a minute using a 60 drop administration set....which would give you approximately 568 micrograms a minute. But yeah I must have pretty bad math skills. Let me guess you're taking maybe analytical geometry right about now or is it calculus. What are you now maybe a junior in college?

As far as history goes, if you automatically assumed that because I am an American that I must be the result of white european terrorism than your view of history is in much need of good luck. Sounds to me that you have a bad case of American envy...




Good luck with getting to Iraq, so you can do your part for the so-called extension of the so-called war on terror.
======>So when are you going to serve? Oh that's right you want to keep projecting your own lack of courage onto me even though I have already shown my willingness to volunteer to serve my country and you, well, you're too good to help those around you I guess. Hell you won't even commit to being part of the relief effort to help those in Iraq that could use your "intellect". So when are YOU going sweety??



And, good luck when you get there. You are going to need it.

=====>Again. You want so deparately to project your own fear and cowardice onto me even though I have amply explained and demonstrated that I have been there for my country in the past and am here to protect my community now even in the face of domestic terrorism. but you can't even see that every time you bring this up, probably because you have nothing else or else you would have brought it up already, you make it easier for me to expose you for the coward and phony that you are.....

6:36 PM  

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