Festive Left Friday Blogging: Chavecito thanks his tweeps

And where better to do it than in his home town of Sabaneta, in his home state of Barinas, with his amigo Evo alongside as they inaugurated an education centre?

In just 48 hours, and with only two tweets to his “candanga” name as of the publication of that note, Chavecito had already racked up over 100,000 followers. Not too shabby. Better than that douchebag Juanes in a similar timespan, I’ll bet.

And he’s a lot less garrulous on the tweeter than Keith Olbermann snarked that he’d be, too.

PS: No, Evo’s not on yet. I checked. There are about half a dozen payasos impersonating him, though. Can’t find the real El Ec, either.

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4 Responses to Festive Left Friday Blogging: Chavecito thanks his tweeps

  1. Jim Hadstate says:

    Thank you! You did a much better and classier job of dissing Mr. Just Look How Wonderful I Am Olbermann than I could have. I was so steamed after watching him put down Chavez’s “‘Alo Presidente” program I would have been too profane.

  2. Well, it does help that I basically LIKE Keitho, and feel that he’s mostly on point. Just a shame that he has to rely so heavily on lamestream anglo crap for his opinions on Venezuela. I feel like mailing him the URL to this blog, and to Venezuelanalysis.

  3. Jim Hadstate says:

    Yeah! I have to admit, I like Olbermann too. I discarded his whole show the next day but was back at it the next day. Generally he has good points, and I really do like the Worst Persons in the World segment.
    See, I said you would handle it better. He probably would use the links. He probably should get someone to interpret Spanish for him, too, so that he knows how to respond when Yoani Sanchez or Andres Oppenheimer or Simon Romero blasts their bullshit out.

  4. Maybe someone needs to point him in the direction of Machetera. She does a great job of showing Yoani Sánchez and others for the crapaganda machines they are.

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