That's the last line of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez's speech yesterday at the United Nations. Elsewhere in his talk, Chavez
drew laughs and gasps at the UN yesterday by mocking President Bush as "the Devil himself" who acts like "he owned the world."
Chavez's taunts came a day after Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad railed against Bush—but the Iranian was downright diplomatic compared with Chavez.
"Yesterday, the Devil came here. Right here. Right here. And it smells of sulfur still today," Chavez said, blessing himself with the sign of the cross, and folding his hands as if in prayer and glancing heavenward.
UN Amb. John Bolton was nonplussed by it all:
"The real issue here is he knows he can exercise freedom of speech on that podium, and as I say, he could exercise it in Central Park, too," Bolton said. "How about giving the same freedom to the people of Venezuela?"
Whole bit here.