Monday, October 31, 2005

Che Dresses Up as Hugo Chavez for Halloween.

Or is that the other way around?

Either way it makes for one hell of a frightening costume. But he does not want people to get into the habit of celebrating Halloween. It is to much of a "game of terror"
"Families go and begin to disguise their children as witches. This is contrary to our way,"
Hey Hugo? You do know that you do not have to be a witch right? You could be a ghost or a goblin or a vampire (that one should not be much of a stretch for a communist wannabe like you). If those are too scary you could dress up as a fairy princess. Halloween is a night when you can dress up as anyone or anything; to take on a completely new identity and Hugo, lets face it, if anyone needs a night like that, it's you.

Hugo, do you know that by attacking Halloween you are on the same side of the fence as people like Pat Robertson? (If that is not a Halloween scare you need to check to see if you still have a pulse.) And the way you are running your country Hugo, you are really going to need the proceeds from those UNICEF boxes.

Yes Hugo, the Europeans are poo-pooing Halloween but they don't need creepy hobgoblins. They have France! (Sorry France, that was just too good to hold in.) And where is this whole "Halloween is American imperialism" meme coming from? Halloween was here by different names and customs long before America and it will be here long after she is gone. Even the centuries of Church doctrine could not pry it out of human observance because (Hold on to your hat here Hugo) it is fun. People need holidays, people need to laugh at death and evil and people need to exercise their imagination now and then. Most people anyway, Hugo. Speaking of needing a holiday... Hugo? Are you still reading this?

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