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Hugo Chavez Dead

Thought ?

[quote]MaximusB wrote:

Thought ?[/quote]

Well, my drilling forman is Venzuelian and left because Hugo started a purge of basically everyone competent and made it impossible for someone to get ahead by working or starting a company.

He’s running around the office drinking McAllen 18 out of the bottle with two other Venezualians that work for me.

I should put forth a bit of grace, but I am human. I am glad that piece of crap is dead. Hopefully Fidel Castro will follow shortly. I guess socialist medicine did not work.

Oh and by the way the VP of Venezuela stated the US poisened Hugo with the cancer.

[quote]dmaddox wrote:
I should put forth a bit of grace, but I am human. I am glad that piece of crap is dead. Hopefully Fidel Castro will follow shortly. I guess socialist medicine did not work.

Oh and by the way the VP of Venezuela stated the US poisened Hugo with the cancer.[/quote]

Those who tout Socialized Medicine have never tried it. My father died waiting for surgery for terminal cancer, his wait time was one year.

[quote]MaximusB wrote:

[quote]dmaddox wrote:
I should put forth a bit of grace, but I am human. I am glad that piece of crap is dead. Hopefully Fidel Castro will follow shortly. I guess socialist medicine did not work.

Oh and by the way the VP of Venezuela stated the US poisened Hugo with the cancer.[/quote]

Those who tout Socialized Medicine have never tried it. My father died waiting for surgery for terminal cancer, his wait time was one year. [/quote]

only one?

[quote]orion wrote:

[quote]MaximusB wrote:

[quote]dmaddox wrote:
I should put forth a bit of grace, but I am human. I am glad that piece of crap is dead. Hopefully Fidel Castro will follow shortly. I guess socialist medicine did not work.

Oh and by the way the VP of Venezuela stated the US poisened Hugo with the cancer.[/quote]

Those who tout Socialized Medicine have never tried it. My father died waiting for surgery for terminal cancer, his wait time was one year. [/quote]

only one?[/quote]

Silenzio Austrian ! You are ruining the Liberal fantasy !

May God have mercy on his soul.

I pretty much didn’t agree with anything the man ever said/did.

We plan on letting Iran be the hegemonic power in the ME. This means that we won’t have to spend a shit ton of money patrolling the Straits of Hormuz. However we need a substitute oil source, along with the Bakkan and the find down in Australia. So his time came.

Dumb Venezuelan peckerwood…Not light sweet oil but WTF…

CIA FTW!!!

[quote]Headhunter wrote:
We plan on letting Iran be the hegemonic power in the ME. This means that we won’t have to spend a shit ton of money patrolling the Straits of Hormuz. However we need a substitute oil source, along with the Bakkan and the find down in Australia. So his time came.

Dumb Venezuelan peckerwood…Not light sweet oil but WTF…

CIA FTW!!![/quote]

Has any head of state ever died of natural causes in your estimation?

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[quote]Chushin wrote:
I was surprised to learn just what a wreck his country had become.[/quote]You haven’t observed ours? We’re following in his footsteps. That said, as a Christian I am never happy to see a fellow child of Adam enter eternity most likely without the blood of Jesus. I should have been struck dead and cast into the lake of fire every day of my life. It is only by the mercy of a gracious God that I have not been. I am in no position to rejoice in the death of another.

[quote]smh23 wrote:

[quote]Headhunter wrote:
We plan on letting Iran be the hegemonic power in the ME. This means that we won’t have to spend a shit ton of money patrolling the Straits of Hormuz. However we need a substitute oil source, along with the Bakkan and the find down in Australia. So his time came.

Dumb Venezuelan peckerwood…Not light sweet oil but WTF…

CIA FTW!!![/quote]

Has any head of state ever died of natural causes in your estimation?[/quote]

Caligula? Archduke Ferdinand? But seriously…

Chavez was relatively young, by modern day standards. Stole billions from oil companies and continually told the most powerful country on earth to go fuck yourselves…and you think he died of natural causes? Uhh…okay…

Hooray!

[quote]Headhunter wrote:

[quote]smh23 wrote:

[quote]Headhunter wrote:
We plan on letting Iran be the hegemonic power in the ME. This means that we won’t have to spend a shit ton of money patrolling the Straits of Hormuz. However we need a substitute oil source, along with the Bakkan and the find down in Australia. So his time came.

Dumb Venezuelan peckerwood…Not light sweet oil but WTF…

CIA FTW!!![/quote]

Has any head of state ever died of natural causes in your estimation?[/quote]

Caligula? Archduke Ferdinand? But seriously…

Chavez was relatively young, by modern day standards. Stole billions from oil companies and continually told the most powerful country on earth to go fuck yourselves…and you think he died of natural causes? Uhh…okay…
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Well, at least you aren’t blaming the Jews. We normally take the fall for this kind of thing.

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Hugo Chavez, despite his faults did many things to democratize Venezuela. That country is more democratic than any other in the southern hemisphere. His policies helped to lift so many of his people out of poverty. He stood up to corporate giants and put so much of the oil profits back into the economy. He will truly be missed by those who value freedom over corporate oligarchs. Too bad we can;t elect people like him in this country.

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[quote]Zeppelin795 wrote:
Hugo Chavez, despite his faults did many things to democratize Venezuela. That country is more democratic than any other in the southern hemisphere. His policies helped to lift so many of his people out of poverty. He stood up to corporate giants and put so much of the oil profits back into the economy. He will truly be missed by those who value freedom over corporate oligarchs. Too bad we can;t elect people like him in this country.[/quote]

WTF??

The man’s personal fortune was estimated to be over 2 BILLION dollars, if his last name was Romney you would want him strung up for embezzling that kind of coin!

And over 100 Billion of the countries oil profits are unaccounted for?

Yep, we need a shit load more people like that guy.

[quote]UtahLama wrote:

[quote]Zeppelin795 wrote:
Hugo Chavez, despite his faults did many things to democratize Venezuela. That country is more democratic than any other in the southern hemisphere. His policies helped to lift so many of his people out of poverty. He stood up to corporate giants and put so much of the oil profits back into the economy. He will truly be missed by those who value freedom over corporate oligarchs. Too bad we can;t elect people like him in this country.[/quote]

WTF??

The man’s personal fortune was estimated to be over 2 BILLION dollars, if his last name was Romney you would want him strung up for embezzling that kind of coin!

And over 100 Billion of the countries oil profits are unaccounted for?

Yep, we need a shit load more people like that guy.[/quote]

Not to hijack, but Al Gore is now richer than Romney due to selling his network to Al Jazeera.

I am still waiting for the Leftist outrage.