Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Why Chavez killed justice

Last December we told Chavez NO to his personal ambitions. But Chavez will not take NO for an answer and courtesy of an accomplice Constitutional Court he has found a way to get a lot of the stuff that we, as a people, rejected last December in a referendum. By the way, we are still waiting for the final count of that referendum and this accomplice silence of the CNE also explains a lot on why Chavez dares to violate the Constitution.

This cartoon of Weil is almost sublime and makes me want to cry.

-The end-

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