Not enough degrees of separation.

This is about as easy as I can make a connection between the proposed Troops Home Now resolution and something really bad. Assuming you think Hugo Chavez is really bad.

I just cut and pasted 1,2,3,4 into the table. No Wally words.

Linking the proposed resolution to Hugo Chavez is more fun than linking it to the communist leaning Samuel Rubin Foundation, that created and funds both the Institute for Policy Studies and the Transnational Institute.

Later I’ll try and connect to Kevin Bacon, then I’m sure the council will throw out the resolution.

Toolkit: Pass a resolution in your city

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Harry Belafonte is a singer, actor, producer, and activist, who has used his position as an entertainer to promote human rights worldwide.

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Singer and activist Harry Belafonte speaks as Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez looks on Sunday during Chavez’s weekly broadcast in El Consejo in Venezuela’s Aragua state.

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Belafonte calls Bush ‘greatest terrorist’ – Americas – MSNBC.comCARACAS, Venezuela – The American singer and activist Harry Belafonte called President Bush “the greatest terrorist in the world” on Sunday and said millions of Americans support the socialist revolution of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez. Belafonte calls Bush ‘greatest terrorist’ – Americas –

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