Global communism might have peaked. Bad news for Barry and Sean Penn. Penn will probably have to be placed on suicide watch if his boy can’t pull it out.
Chavez won’t leave. Not to mention he runs the country. This won’t end well
Not buying it, it’s only a matter of Chavez telling them what the margin of victory will be.
The consultant Variance granted a victory for opposition leader 51.3% versus 48.06 Chavez.
Translated from article.
I remember her distinctly telling me during the US campaign four years ago about how Obama was saying the exact same things Chavez said when he was first elected.
Anyone who thinks Chaves will relinquish rule is a little crazier than I thought.
Maybe Obama will invite him to share his Hawaii home when he is defeated in November.
Chavez is a dictator. He will not be stepping down.
So what will Barry have to say? Could be a preview for November.
Re exit polls:
Remember what Stalin said, “What matters is who counts the votes.”
Im reading on twitter according to exit polls Chavez is down 3 right now..I doubt Chavez loses but if he does this will be a great day!! I can just imagine Obama and Penn crapping logs right now because if Chavez goes down, its a good sign that Obama will go down too
Popular? Feared is more like it.
If it holds, and the Venezuelans throw out their Marxist, there is no reason Americans cannot throw out their Marxist.
It’s not who votes; it’s who counts the votes.
Looks like we know who counting votes:::
Venezuela: Election Council Reports Chavez Leads In Presidential Race
October 8, 2012 | 0134 GMT
Venezuelan opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski on Oct. 7
According to Stratfor sources in the National Electoral Council of Venezuela, President Hugo Chavez leads opposition candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski with 79 percent of votes counted. This report is unverified, but it comes amid multiple claims about the outcome of the elections, with supporters of Capriles claiming he has an advantage of 1 million votes.
With tensions running high in Venezuela, the outcome of the election is likely to spark widespread unrest. Already there are reports of two people dead and hundreds of reports of voter fraud. It is not clear yet that these are sufficient to cause a widespread violent reaction from either camp, but with both camps currently claiming the lead in the race, the final outcome of the election will contradict one of two parties, raising the chance for destabilization
BREAKING NEWS: Chavez wins presidential vote in Venezuela with 54 percent votes: electoral authority
Told you so.
I dont see him leaving