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Payaso boy gets serious

Posted by Ron Coleman on May 29, 2007

Chavez is shutting down TV stations and finding dangerous plots everywhere. It’s classic totalitarianism on the march.

I never liked him, and I can’t imagine you did, either. But… policy? Do we have one? Do we want one?

I don’t know. Poking the likes of this guy with a stick can and does frequently get you a Fidel Castro. The Allende adventure was sloppy, though perhaps a better outcome. But is it ever really possible to deal with tyrants whose stock in trade is anti-Americanism?

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3 Responses to “Payaso boy gets serious”

  1. The excuses made by the left just keep coming concerning the slow evaporation of democracy in their beloved Venezuela…

  2. You’re right — great link, Roland, thanks.

  3. jpwf13 said

    But is it ever really possible to deal with tyrants whose stock in trade is anti-Americanism?

    You contain them and later you buy them out like Kaddafy

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