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Jeff Jacoby

A whiff of the devil

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / September 24, 2006

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US AMBASSADOR John Bolton dismissed Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez's speech before the UN General Assembly last Wednesday as ``comic strip" material unworthy of respect. That was unfair to comic strips. Dilbert, Beetle Bailey, and Hagar the Horrible may not be world leaders, but they are models of thoughtful statesmanship next to Chávez, whose crackpot screed set a new low for ... (Full article: 708 words)

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