What this essentially means is a block against selling any military grade material to Venezuela or trading military equipment or military exercises with the country.
The bigger picture here is that this means that the Obama administration considers Chavez a terrorist supporter and that Venezuela supports international terrorism and permits it to exist.
I personally think that the embargo is too light...there needs to be a full embargo against this zealot!
However, my hats off to the administration this is something they got right. I imagine a lot of it had to do with the recent videos of a Spanish reporter in Venezuela and the terrorist training camps as well as the Spanish judge making the very forward statement of state sponsered terrorism in Venezuela.
I don´t normally like to talk about other countries on my Honduran blog, but this time I will make a definate exception considering that Chavez has made us public enemy number 1 in his book.
On other notes ...
Rafael Correa admitted that his country was wrong to deny Pepe Lobo´s plane fly over permission the other day and said that apparently he had not been consulted and that it was a mistake on the part of the aviation leaders in his country. At least someone admits when they screw up...but I think that he only admitted it because he came under serious criticism by several countries.