Skip to comments.Chavez in hospital 'for kidney failure'
Posted on 09/29/2011 3:17:47 PM PDT by WellyP
Hugo Chavez, who has been fighting cancer, was rushed to a military hospital for emergency care following kidney failure, according to reports.
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Tick, tick, tick....
Hugh and Series for sure...
Let’s hear it for that Cuban health care!
Oh, no...Shall I cry a river?
Wouldn’t wanna B-Ya......
I wouldn’t wish that on anyone — not even that evil bastard.
Waiting for the hollyweird crowd to step up as kidney donors...
and, in other news...
ain’t that a pisser.
The urologist is the angel of death
That’s OK, I’ll do it for you!
Not many I would wish it on, but that POS is near the top of my list.
Couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy I tell ya.
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Rumors flying right and left in Caracas, only the international press and Twitter (@fredliberty2010, @DolarToday) saying much. What should one believe?
I dont know
But from day one of Chavez illness, I have told people to watch for one sign:
The day Venezuelas VP Elias Jaua is replaced, the day that I believe something is up.
So, dont wait for signs from the sky, or from Twitter , or from your local Babalao, watch the VP, If he stays, nothing is afoot, if he is replaced
The Chavez cancer circus show
I really do not understand how people let themselves be played around with Chavez cancer. I mean, is it not obvious that for a couple of months now he has started using his disease has an electoral card? He has little to show for 12 years of rule. The cancer seems almost a godsend for him as it allows him to play it for the masses as a victim, or a superhero that comes form the grave and what not, incubus included. That it is successful or not is not the issue, but that he manages to distract political discourse from his failures to his diseases is no mean feat.
Go to hell Chavez, and save a spot for your pal Castro.
Maybe Sean Penn and fat Mikey Moore will take medical in Cuber as well.
With any luck the worms are awaiting Sr. Hugo as we speak.
Citgo stations are on standby.
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