The Brits deny Geert Wilders – critic of Islamofascism – entrance to the UK because it might upset Moslems who are busy picking on Jewish kids.
US Senators jump on board for a reprise of the “Fairness Doctrine”.
And a dictator messes with a hero who’s already notched one dictatorship:
Nobel laureate, former Polish prime minister, and hero of the Cold War Lech Walesa will not be allowed to visit Venezuela ahead of that country’s referendum on extending the rule of Hugo Chavez. El Jefe told Venezuelan media that Walesa was unwelcome in Caracas, where he was set to meet with opposition student groups, and would be prevented from entering the country. After Walesa cancelled his visit, Chavez claimed that he would, in fact, be allowed through customs but would be “closely monitored” on his visit.
The left’s chattering classes around the world can not handle criticism of them or those they deign to protect.
By the way, look for Jon Stewart or Keith Olberman to start bagging on Lech Wałesa sooner than later.