Furthermore, delegate, you commented on the United States's activities. So, a few counter-arguments:
1) The United States sent nuclear weapons to Israel, yes. But Israel did not threaten to "blow another country off the map" OR call another nation the "Great Satan."
2) The invasion of Iraq was, first and foremost, the mistake of a previous administration. However, it achieved a very simple, but of utmost importance, goal: removing Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq. The United States now sees a bright future for Iraq: we will, without further ado, remove our troops in Iraq (by 2011, there will be NO American soldiers in Iraq) so that the Iraqi people can decide for themselves upon their system of government. However, we WILL provide Iraq with financial aid so that the country can rebuild itself.
3) Amazing, now, is that I AGREE with you. Venezuela's energy/economy is declining. And the United States sees that. However, the delegate of the United States will NOT have a nation that is on the brink of war, about to declare war, possessing nuclear energy, which could be turned into nuclear weapons in an underground manner, without proof that Venezuela can be trusted and that you will comply fully with IAEA inspections and the such.
4) Delegate, please watch your manners. You just insulted the esteemed president of an "honest-to-goodness" nation. The United Nations and the United States will NOT tolerate insults such as "ignorant and proud less" (I believe you meant prideless, which is about the same thing as shameful). Please, watch what you say about other nations. It is for these types of actions that wars are started. This is a United Nations conference, not some informal reunion.
5) I NEVER said I would try to end your arms deal with Russia. Please read what I post before just blatantly answering.
6) The delegate recurrently refers to the invasion of Ecuador. What would Venezuela have Colombia do, NOTHING? While the FARC, a TERRORIST group, keeps on raping, torturing, extorting, bombing, planting landmines, plane hijacking, kidnapping, murdering, and robbing? The actions in Ecuador, while they were not of the best nature, were actions AGAINST a terrorist group. They were efficient and in some way necessary. Very much unlike Venezuela's current actions to defend itself from imaginary enemies.