Hugo Chavez Epitaph – Hugo Chávez ha muerto!

by Jack

Dear Amigos, we are gathered here to say good-bye to Hugo Chavez who died after a long, lingering battle with cancer.  Hugo you became El Presidente’ of Venezuela where you ruled with an iron hand and chased away the competition.  You suppressed free speech your goons beat up dissenters.  You were a devout communist, supported by Fidel Castro.  We knew you better as a loud mouth bully who abused the podium at the UN and spewed hatred for America and now your dead.

I’m glad you were forced to turn to Cuba’s socialized medicine to save your life, that was nothing short of poetic justice.   Good riddance to Hugo.

Adios Hugo, que era un dictador, sus matones atacaron tus oponentes, aplastaste libertad de expresión, que odiaban a América y ahora está muerto. Nos complace que usted se ha ido. Enhorabuena.   Las personas que me encantó que son tontos y de idiotas!

 

 

 

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14 Responses to Hugo Chavez Epitaph – Hugo Chávez ha muerto!

  1. Harold Ey says:

    Jack, he had to go to Cuba, He could not afford Obamacare premiums!!!!!

  2. marta says:

    you are an idiotttttt.

  3. marta says:

    you will be soon to ,he was elected by his people ,never been in venezuela,reason why you opinion is spo cruel.

  4. Tina says:

    Marta Chavez was not only cruel but vulgar. He seized property and shut down media that would not spew his propaganda.

    We think people deserve to live in freedom and have the right to speak freely and own property.

    The world is better off when cruel tyrants leave. I hope the people of Venezuela are fortunate enough to get a new leader who will serve the people rather than oppress them.

  5. Post Scripts says:

    Marta, open your eyes (abra los ojos) Chavez was a bad man, he was cruel, without mercy and he bought votes with the peoples own money. Some day you might figure this out, but I doubt it.

  6. Libby says:

    “Chavez was a bad man, he was cruel, without mercy ….”

    The umpteen million Venezuelans who can now read, and work, will not tell you so.

    What the fat boys will now wreak upon the country, I shudder to think.

  7. Tina says:

    My husband just read that he acquired a billion in personal wealth as the leader of Venezuela.

    Socialist dictators who decry the evils of capitalism always end up rich. They are the ultimate con men, never producing anything but taking from those who do and offering tokens, crumbs, to the masses as if they were giving them jewels and gold.

  8. Tina says:

    Libby, maybe you should consider relocating if you think his props really represent the true state of affairs for the people of Venezuela. You must have missed the empty store shelves, the land grabs, the elimination of media that didn’t spout the Chavez line and sing his praises.

  9. Toby says:

    I read something that said his loot was around 2 billion.

  10. Harold Ey says:

    Any and all this grief being expressed for a Dictator is not so confusing. Some of it is just the warmth of humanity for a life lost due to suffering, that I can get behind. Chavez was not a person who deserves more than that. What he took from some and did/gave to others does not make him Robin Hood, He was what he lived, a military political dictator, who suppressed as many or even more then he claimed to help(if only for his own benefit)all the while trying to portray THE redeemer. I feel that Venezuela will endure many struggles ahead in the wake of the mercenariness he left behind. Lets just pray that ALL the people wake up to that fact. Fat cats or workers all need a democracy in which to thrive, and it’s often the Fat Cats that HELP make a country great, verse third world oppression.

  11. Tina says:

    Oh well..a billion here, a billion there…pretty soon we’re talking real money 😉

    The perpetual class clown, Sean Penn, is lamenting the loss as is the Hollywood Minister of Truth, Oliver Stone and host of ignorant Hollywood types.

    Maria Conchita Alonso, who has family in Venezuela, counters Penn (and company) in a letter she wrote to Penn a few years back after an altercation at the airport.

  12. Libby says:

    But Tina, I can already read.

    The fact is he spent a lot of the loot on the peasants. The fat boys didn’t, and won’t. You watch.

  13. Libby says:

    “… who suppressed as many or even more then he claimed to help ….”

    The 54% who elected him would not seem to bear out this statement. The fun thing about the last election, and we can’t ever be sure what gets reported to us is accurate, but it did seem like the Venezuelans knew only too well what they had in the man, but felt they were better off with him than without.

    Ain’t that always the way, though?

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