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Did Hugo Chávez Pick the New Pope?

As if you could get Jesus in the same room with him.

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Nuking Hugo

Either way, one thing is for sure: Iran’s president believes Hugo Chávez’s stature is such that he’ll be returning on “resurrection day” with religious figures Mahmoud believes are Islam’s allies — even if they’re not.

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Hollyweirdos Mourn the Death of a Dictator

Upon learning of ‘commandante’ Chávez’s demise, Penn was quoted as saying “Today the people of the United States lost a friend it never knew it had. And poor people around the world lost a champion.” Evidently, the Academy Award winner is unaware that the American people already have someone implementing “socialism for the 21st Century.”

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Socialized Medicine Even Kills Socialists

Yet, even after all that, Chávez insisted on going back to Cuba for a third surgery. That type of allegiance can only be likened to Americans going through a disastrous first term with Barack Obama and then, rather than refusing further treatment, inviting the Mad Dr. O to continue administering high doses of the wrong medicine for another four years.

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Harry Belafonte Suggests that Barack Obama Jail Political Detractors

“work like a third world dictator and just throw all these guys in jail”

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Life Lessons from Chávez’s Cancer

On many levels, thanks to Venezuelan president Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías, Americans are in the midst of a teachable moment. If Barack Obama pays attention, maybe he can learn a thing or two.

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Hugo Parrots Michelle

Counting calories with Chavez and Michelle

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Investing in Venezuela’s Future

More expropriations of wealth from the upper and middle class – including forcing homeowners to take in the homeless.

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Who Will Be America’s Next Ambassador to Venezuela?

Hugo Chávez nominates a contingent of potential ambassadors made up of Marxist actors, pudgy liberal comedians, communist apologist/directors, libertarian socialist linguists, and an impeached ex-president.

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Camp Chávez

Hugo opens the doors of the presidential palace to 25 families who lost homes in recent flooding. What about the millions of other citizens who suffer from Chavez’s neglect?

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