Thursday, December 27, 2007

Benazir Bhutto assassinated: a lesson in leadership

People can say whatever they want of Benazir Bhutto, but courage is not what she lacked. And she paid the price for it a few minutes ago.

I cannot post much right now, even less get references, but I can manage this little note. Compared to the alleged myriad of assassination attempts on Chavez where not even a nail was broken, may this serve as a comparison of the empty braggadocio of Chavez and the real courage of a woman like Benazir. Benazir might have talked a lot too, but she acted, she put her life on line everyday of her life and she did not make and issue out of it except for what she needed to say about it. Chavez? Hot air, all the time, everywhere.

See you in three days.

-The end-

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