To: Cincinatus' Wife
"We love our president!" said Antonio Jose Rodriguez, an unemployed 39-year-old. "There is a war between the rich and poor."
fool you are still unemployed and poor under Chavez
posted on 11/29/2002 2:32:26 AM PST
To: arielb; All
Cuban Leader Fidel Castro and Venezulean President Hugo Chavez Visit Ecuador
***The Cuban leader, clad in his traditional olive drab uniform, did not make any declarations after arriving at the Quito airport and was escorted to a hotel by an armed caravan. The Cuban president was invited by Ecuador's President Gustavo Noboa and the late artist's family. Noboa visited Cuba last month.
Guayasamin, who died at the age of 79 in 1999, supported Castro's revolution and government and he once painted the Cuban leader. His paintings and sculpture are known for their political themes and addressing social injustice. The first phase of the museum will display paintings and objects depicting life in the Americas before the arrival of Europeans. Later stages will devote space to Guayasamin's work and the paintings of other outstanding Latin American artists.***
To: arielb; Cincinatus' Wife
Yes, he's poor and unemployed, but he has learned from his Marxist mentors that the way to prosperity is to feed off the rotting carcass of capitalism.
Looks as if Chavez will need to call in some of Castro's crack mercenaries to quell this 'bourgeoise' uprising.
posted on 11/29/2002 2:43:51 AM PST
"There is a war between the rich and poor."
Nope, this is a war between the privileging and those seeking privileges. The rich privilege more than they have privileges, but that is not on the radar screen of those fools.
posted on 11/29/2002 3:24:38 AM PST
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