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September 1, 2005

Buying Your Gas From CITGO Is Doing Business With Hugo Chavez!

Topics: National News

See Dubya informs us at Jawa Report that your local CITGO gas station is owned by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.

Apparently, CITGO originally started out as Cities Service Corporation in Indian Territory--the eastern half of what is now Oklahoma, before 1907. It's based in Houston, but owned by Caracas.

Since the left-wing total moonbat, Jeff Cohen, says to "Buy Your Gas at Citgo: Join the BUY-cott!" to support the leftist dictator regime of Hugo Chavez - sane Americans, those not of the left, have a great incentive to BOYCOTT CITGO.

Cohen reminds us that "by buying your gasoline at Citgo, you are contributing to the billions of dollars that Venezuela's democratic government is using to provide health care, literacy and education, and subsidized food for the majority of Venezuelans."

However, everyone but Cohen knows that the left-wing Chavez is simply filling his pockets and supporting corruption and possibly terrorism, and has been accused by his opponents and U.S. officials of trying to steer Venezuela toward becoming a Cuba-style regime.

A Venezuelan Roman Catholic cardinal has lashed out against President Hugo Chavez calling him a "paranoid dictator" orchestrating a "despotic government" that needed "an exorcism." So let's pass the word around to BOYCOTT CITGO, in spite of Chavez's offer to help fund Katrina relief efforts (while lambasting President Bush), and to the chagrin of Jeff Cohen - moonbat extraordinaire.

Posted by Richard at September 1, 2005 10:57 PM

Your link to the buy-cott thing doesn't seem to work.

Posted by: See-Dubya at September 1, 2005 10:55 PM

The link is fixed now - I hope!

We'll see how long it keeps working.

Posted by: Richard at September 2, 2005 12:23 AM

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