Endless Love

And love
Oh, love
I’ll be a fool
For you,
I’m sure
You know I don’t mind
Oh, you know I don’t mind

‘Cause you,
You mean the world to me
Oh
I know
I know
I’ve found in you
My endless love


— Lionel Richie

The lovelorn Obama State Department and Hillary Clinton continue their amorous courtship of Hugo Chavez. They do not mind being the fool for Hugo because in the Venezuelan dictator they have found their endless love.

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Despite a simmering diplomatic row, President Hugo Chavez and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were seen having a brief, friendly chat Saturday at the inauguration of Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff.  “They talked and smiled, at least for five minutes. It looked like a social conversation, both were smiling,” a Brazilian official who witnessed the encounter told AFP on condition of anonymity.

The encounter came only three days after the United States revoked the visa of Venezuela’s ambassador in Washington, in reprisal for Chavez’s rejection of the US president’s appointed ambassador to Caracas.

But Chavez and Clinton were all smiles as they mingled with the presidents of Chile and Colombia and the prime minister of Portugal while waiting to meet Rousseff.

At one point, Chavez extended his hand to Clinton, who shook it, smiling. They chatted for a few minutes before moving on to formally greeting Rousseff.

Here are some more romantic photos…

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5 thoughts on “Endless Love”

  1. There does seem to be a big difference between the glint in her eye while she shakes Hugo’s hand, and the clearly warmer and more friendly relationship with President Santos y President Piñera.

    note from me to Hillary: I take back some of that shit I said about you and your husband… “some”.

  2. Look, the Monkey King is frankly repellent, and even Hillary has to know he’s just a very crude thug who happens to have lots of oil money to throw around. The only way to be able to take him seriously is to be an even lower (perhaps) life form, like Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua.

  3. They are in the same line of business, what did you expect, they might have their differences for domestic comsuption, but at the end of the day they share glass of wine, a laugh and a hearty handshake…..

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