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Kevin Spacey. Sean Penn. Danny Glover. What a parade of Hollywood has-beens. Could it get any worse? How about adding Naomi Campbell, the latest celebrity member of the Hugo Chavez Fan Club:

British supermodel Naomi Campbell met privately with President Hugo Chavez on Tuesday, becoming the latest in a series of celebrities hosted by the Venezuelan leader.

Campbell flashed a smile to reporters as she arrived at the presidential palace, but said little about what she hoped to discuss with Chavez.

“I’ve been here before actually,” she said. “A beautiful country, very tropical. You’ve got great waterfalls.”

Then, before turning to walk inside, she added: “I’m not going to be political. Thank you very much.”

“Not going to be political?” Kissing the ring of an insane, anti-American, liberty-squelching dictator is an overtly political, overtly stupid act.

We need a special travel agency to start booking one-way tickets for these fools.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Hollyweird, Hugo Chavez