Lebanese town names street after 'real man' Chavez for expelling Israeli envoy
The north Lebanese town of Bireh has named a street after Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez for expelling Israel's ambassador because of its onslaught on the Gaza Strip, the mayor says. "It's the least we can do for this great man who revived hope in our hearts and took revenge for us on the Zionist entity," Mohammad Wehbe told AFP, saying the move was to "honor him and raise our spirits."
At least they didn't name it Obama - like a town with a population of 55 did before he was elected president.
Interestingly enough though - despite Obama's calls for direct talks with Cuba, Iran and Venezuela as well as other suggested policies, it seems Chavez has an issue with Obama's odor. Oy, so - no hope and change there?
It seems the Iranians didn't get the hope and change message either - not even president, already an effigy in the streets of Tehran and Beirut.
Hopy'changy - forgot that Iran's hostility to the US has nothing to do with DNC/GOP partisanship, it started with Carter's inaction to support the Shah despite years of prior CIA involvement which kept the Shah in power.