Monday, June 19, 2006

Who really is “Mister Danger?”

Every so often Venezuelan head Hugo Chavez (image) insults the U.S. government; naturally his main target is President Bush. One of the recurring names Chavez refers to in describing Bush is “Mister Danger.” But who is “Mister Danger?” Blogger The Blue Voice cites a recently written article that shows that “Mister Danger” is a character from an early 20th-century novel that pretends to help people but is really a lazy, selfish person. Is Chavez accurate in his comparison or is “Mister Danger” a reflection of Chavez himself?


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