I think it'll be more like Castro, but on a much smaller scale. My biggest worry is that Chavez will do something really stupid like attack one of his neighbors and the U.S. might have to go in and clean up.
The fighters wouldn't be a very big problem vs. the U.S. B-2s and F-22s, the subs are probably quiet on batteries, but they still have to snorkle with the diesel and that's when a U.S. nuke boat would have a great shot, and the small arms are just small arms.
The biggest part of this is that Chavez is trying to thumb his nose at the U.S. by spending elsewhere with money gained from Citgo stations all around our country.
That's my take, anyway.
No plane on Sunday, maybe be one come Monday... www.parrotheadjeff.com
Chavez... Is a crazy dude. But I don't think he wants to mess with the US. He just doesn't want to seem impotent to his neighbors. And with the kind of oil revenues Venezuela gets, they could buy a Raptor squadron if they were allowed... Thank God they aren't.
"Like the coldest winter chill, heaven beside you...hell within" Alice In Chains
[quote="skyhigh"]If Hugo decides to cause trouble to to his neighbors to the U.S., you can bring in Maj. Paul "Max" Moga to blow a handful of Venezuelan Su-30MK2Vs out of the sky and become the first Raptor ace./quote]
Nah, he's too busy playing military historian TV star now.
Why is the vodka gone?
Why is the vodka always gone... oh- that's why!
Hide the vodka!!!