Sunday, March 10, 2013

Capriles spoke tonight

And he spoke like a statesman.

People know how such speech is important for yours truly, even if dumbed down for general understanding. In English already here. Excerpts anyway.

Oh, by the way, he is running, he trashed Maduro as I could not hear my ears how well he did and let it know clearly that the CNE was not going to have it easy this time around. He also gave the right words, to bring back into the fold even people like Diego Arria.


Which means that he is going to run on principles, the only way to have a fighting chance against that crowd of thugs. Which he called them today that too. Well, not thugs, but liars which is just one step before last.


  1. This is a dulce de lechoza day. But as I don't like the stuff, I'm having a nice pice of plantain cake.

  2. I think this is the most articulated speech of Capriles, the guy seems to know very well what is at stake here, he even seems more determined and focused than last year. This speech alone prompted an immediate response from Maduro, and the attack of many Ministers, that understand why he was so feared by the latest Chavez.

    Game On!


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