Monday, November 12, 2007

No me taseas 'mano!

Hugo Chávez can count himself fairly fortunate that he was in Santiago Chile and not an American university campus, as instead of been told rather familiarly to put a sock in it by a constitutional monarch with a lot more cojones than John Kerry, his speaker-interruption tactics might have resulted in harsher treatment than the use of the second person singular.

Here we see Nicaragua's not-so-reconstructed leftist President Daniel Ortega getting in on the
Borbón-baiting, which resulted in Juan Carlos getting up to go and look for a chocolate brownie...or maybe it was his taser.

1 comment:

KingCrimson said...

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