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  •  Be careful, Chavez is highly revered aroud here. (0+ / 0-)

    Never mind his suppression of free speech and free press, never mind his applauding Iraq's crackdown of protesters after their rigged election, never mind his bashing the US for daring to help Haiti after their earthquake, that's all good because he's of the "left".

    •  Geeez, you have been on here all of two weeks (0+ / 0-)

      and you know everybody to a T. Amazing crystal ball, Tony.

      Iraq had a rigged election?  How could that be when the world's truly one premier democracy liberated those suffering  Iraqis from paying 25cents a gallon for gasoline and using free health care and guaranteed a democracy in Iraq as good as the one here! (snark)

       US has "helped" in Haiti many times, and installing Duvalier "Papa Doc" and overthrowing and exiling Aristide and other covert antics shows the world  how a big country deals with a weaker small country, really shows the ethics and character of a true democracy! (more snark).

      I swear, at least 8 to 10 % of the lurkers and posters around here are stovepiping US News and World Report or at least the neoliberal fake democratic persiflage and fluffery.  That is why you (Tony Situ) can gripe about Chavez being popular around here.  He is certainly MORE popular in death than Bush Junior in life.  Who knows, by the end of his term BHO might be less popular than Chavez around here.

      Your one true statement! he he!!

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