Ramirez: A familiar smell at the UN
posted at 2:00 pm on September 27, 2009 by Ed Morrissey
Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist noted Hugo Chavez’s pleasure at not smelling sulphur when he spoke at the UN podium this week, unlike his last appearance when he went out of his way to personally insult then-President George W. Bush. Ramirez appears to agree in this case, as he aptly describes the smell the rest of us regularly encounter when Chavez speaks publicly:
Ramirez has a terrific collection of his works: Everyone Has the Right to My Opinion, which covers the entire breadth of Ramirez’ career, and it gives a fascinating look at political history. Read my review here, and watch my interviews with Ramirez here and here. And don’t forget to check out the entire Investors.com site, which has now incorporated all of the former IBD Editorials, while individual investors still exist.
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