8/03/2009

Where is the Obama administration outrage over this action in Venezuela?

The Obama administration seems to have no problem getting involve in Honduras' Supreme Court and Parliament's decision, but where are the comments about Venezuela? What about this move to take over the rest of the Venezuela's media.

More than a dozen of 34 radio stations ordered shut by the Venezuelan government went off the air on Saturday, part of President Hugo Chavez's drive to extend his socialist revolution to the media.

The association of radio broadcasters said 13 stations had stopped transmitting, following an announcement Friday night by government broadcasting watchdog Conatel that 34 radio outlets would be closed because they failed to comply with regulations. . . .

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3 Comments:

OpenID edwardveiga said...

I wonder how long it will take for Americans to wake up. Obama is a radical leftist. His wooing of Taliban, Syria, Iran and Venezuela while going after the Swiss and Hondurans is one of the most outrageous thing I have ever heard. No wonder gun sales in the U.S. are still through the roof. Already millions of people do not trust this president because they rightfully are watching what he does, not moving lips. Warning sign after warning sign gets a pass by the dead-tree media. It's outright dangerous.

8/04/2009 8:45 AM  
Blogger Harry Schell said...

Bama and cadre are just taking notes on how to do it here.

No outrage will ever be shown at the excesses required to enact la revolucion.

It's for the children, y'know.

8/04/2009 9:56 AM  
Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

Obama administration outrage?

Why praytell would they be outraged over this? Chavez sets a fine example, and BHO and his minions will simply copy what works and discard what does not.

To shut down media outlets by way of regulations sounds very legal to most folks, and I am sure that is how it will be presented here in the U.S.

Perhaps 'The Fairness Doctrine' will be used to accomplish this task...

8/04/2009 11:59 AM  

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