Tag Archive: Dictators


How much of the vote was genuine is questionable, but the result is that Erdogan, who was banned from holding office 15 years ago, can now pass law without parliament in many cases.

And what has Erdogan been saying about the rest of the world recently?

After North Korea.

Maybe.

Both Kerry and Pelosi.

And going against Assad violates pretty much every principle Obama pretended to have on foreign policy just a few years back, as well.

Oh well, just one more dictator in the long line of dictators that Democrats have cozied up to over the years…Chavez, Castro, Ho Chi Minh, Mao, Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini…

They observed a moment of silence for Hugo Chavez.

Hugo Chavez Is Dead

And I’m not mourning. He was a wannabe dictator, who’s browncoats regularly beat up opposition.

Not a surprise. Meanwhile, here’s the type of endorsements Romney picks up.

You think the Obama endorsements have anything to do with Democrats’ habit of increasing foreign aid to our enemies? Nah, couldn’t be.

Syria’s regime almost ran out of resources, until they managed to get Russia to sign an oil deal. One dictator propping up another.

50,000 – 100,000 people protest in the days leading up to his inauguration, and then on the day itself the citizens are ordered off the streets.

But the internet still knows what they wrote. Doesn’t it suck when that regime you’re cozying up to reveals themselves as the tyrants conservatives claim they are?

Hmm, makes me remember Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Syria to bring a message of peace to the regime.

Through fraud, of course.

Another Kim Jong Il Followup:

The U.N. is flying their flag at half staff. Disgusting.

Meanwhile, it’s worth pointing out that the car that the dictator’s body rides in is American made.

Just a little something German intelligence had on him when he was head of the KGB.

In case you didn’t realize he isn’t a nice person.

Shot in the head and both legs. His final words were begging them not to shoot.

Yeah, right

Is The Honduran “Crisis” Over?

I Think Link points out that it should be…but who knows whether Obama wants to keep propping up tyranny…

Even though he said he would, and even though they were scheduled to have an election to replace Zelaya at this time even if he’d stayed in office.

But then he wouldn’t be standing up for his fellow socialists.

Because he could still do much to prevent it. If he gets his tongue out of Chavez’s @$$ and actually makes a stand for law and democracy, that is. Too bad he seems to have the usual liberal obsession for fascist dictators.

The Democrat’s rejection of our free and Democratic allies throughout South and Central America, and their embrace of tyrants and would-be tyrants is one of the most shameful theme of activities they’ve been involved with recently, second only to their wholesale attempts to abandon the Iraqi people to slaughter merely to prove Bush wrong.