Thursday, November 12, 2009

Oppenheimer on Chavez headline addiction

Andres Oppenheimer of the Miami Herald has an excellent perspective of Chavez delirium: head line addiction. Nothing that did not appear already on blogs such as this, but it is nice to see newspapers ridiculing more and more Chavez. Then again Chavez has made his the old saying "there is no such a thing as bad publicity".

Meanwhile the Washington Post wonders whether they should take seriously the dismissal of Chavez antics by some.

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