Marc Weisbrot of the Center for Economic and Policy Research writes to say he does not care to be described as a "Chavez supporter" as I identified him in a recent post.
His explanation follows in the link below.
Weisbrot says, "I have written much more favorable comments -- in columns, op-eds, etc. about Lula, President Kirchner of Argentina, and others than I have about Chavez. But no one would call me a 'Lula-supporter' or a 'Kirchner supporter,' and I am not a supporter of any of these presidents. Nor was I a supporter of John Kerry just because I have written critically of George W. Bush."
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Posted by: Vic Mantino (Rome) | September 30, 2005 05:03 PM
Posted by: Mark Weisbrot | October 1, 2005 07:08 PM
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