Wait, What’s Venezeula’s Primary Export?

When he said there was a “silent and terrible ghost in the room” and that ghost was called capitalism, the applause was deafening.


  1. tim_lebsack says:

    He’s just pissed because the USA, collectively, won the Nobel Peace Prize.

  2. Phillip J Hubbell says:

    Certainly says a lot about the caliber of attendee in Copenhagen with all the applause for this creep. Too bad Fidel wasn’t there to give them all a thrill. What do they intend to redistribute once they have won their fight against capitalism….what are they counting on? The environmental movement is a collective of extremely short sighted dumbasses.

  3. keith johnson says:

    A fat little communist seems to be one of the most popular guys in attendance.
    Proof that the threat of the red peril didn’t end with the fall of the Soviet Union.

  4. Daniel says:

    I’m nearly deaf from being subjected to to such a smattering — nay, a titter plus a smatter. (These sound unsettlingly like dirty words in Danish, or perhaps some kind of “traditional English food” — titter-and-smatter. Then to urinate would be ” to titter,” because titter-and-smatter rhymes with bladder.)

  5. Frank R says:

    And to think the conference was topped off by this bunch’s most visible useful idiot, “the Enlightened One,” Obama.

  6. His speech has it’s funny moments, I have always thought this guy was hilarious, but often wrong…..
    For instance this line cracks me up:
    ” If the climate were a bank it would have been saved already.”

    But what’s funnier is the irony, he is giving a anti-capitalism speech and his biggest target is the completely socialist way in which the banks were bailed out?

    So this guy is wrong on capitalism…. which he confuses with corpratism, which is what we currently live under, where our lobbiest buy the politicians, who disregard the constitution, in order to appease them.
    (which is in no way to be confused with capitalism)

    He is right about the wars though….. even a broken clock is right twice a day.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Too bad the libertarians weren’t invited to Copehagen for some comic relief.

  8. Frank R says:

    “Too bad the libertarians weren’t invited to Copehagen for some comic relief.”
    No comic relief needed. The conference was the funniest joke of the week. Now I am dying to see how the President is going to propose that we pay our fair share of the $10 Billion a year wealth transfer to the developing countries. That should be even funnier.

  9. CJ says:

    Uh….. Trey? Anyone home? Is this blog dead?

    At least post a message saying you won’t be posting until a certain date….