Tuesday, March 19, 2013

The electoral umpire

Rayma, cartoonist of El Universal, has a deadly cartoon today that explains best than anything what a bunch of cheats the CNE is (Venezuela electoral board). For those who do not know anything about Soccer/Football (England) I will explain after the jump (you are about half of the readership after all).

By the way, Tibisay was outraged by the words of USA Roberta Jacobson at the State Department, who was merely stated what we all know. But Tibisay seems not aware that we call her the Minister for Elections of Chavez.

  • Tibisay Lucena is dressed in red, tricolor fascist armband included.
  • She also has a red necklace that looks like the red rosaries that were distributed at Chavez wake, with his picture instead the one of a normally agreed upon saint of the Roman Catholic Church....
  • The goal posts are red for chavismo and blue for opposition, and sure enough the midfield is ready in front the blue posts, so not only a direct kick is possible at the start, but defense players of chavismo are so far ahead that any attacking opposition is almost always off side, off game, foul.


  1. Anonymous2:22 PM

    Soccer (US)/Football (everywhere else)

  2. Ronaldo4:09 PM

    Chavistas lack a sense of fairness (it dissipated over the last 14 years). Politics for Chavistas is like a sports event. They become lifelong fans of one team irregardless of how that team is performing. They want the their team to win and don't care how it is done. Chavistas want to celebrate a win even though they knowingly elected a terminally ill man under heavily skewed rules.

    "I have no food, I have no housing, I have no job, I have no hope, but my man won the election, Yipeee let's party" shows the attitude of a typical Chavista.

    1. It certainly is a bizarre country that would choose a presidential option that guarantees its total ruin ; a country whose people prefer the option of voluntary slavery and poverty.


  3. Anonymous12:21 PM

    To anonymous 2:22 and others, if you care:
    Soccer is the term used in Canada, USA and many parts of Australia and its use there is growing to their own Australian Football. Additionally:

    The term "soccer" was coined in 1871 in the UK upon the foundation of the Rugby Football Union, in order to differentiate the different versions of football. The word itself was derived from the third through the fifth letters of "Association" ("soc") and used in a diminutive manner, much like those who call it "Football" might shorten the name to "footy".


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