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Hugo 'El Loco' Chavez who recently said he'd vote for Obama if he lived in the U.S. was reelected to a fourth term as Venezuelan leader. Chavez, an enemy of free speech, and good friend of Iranian President Ahmadinejad has been in power -- after changing Venezuela's constitutional presidential term limit -- for the last 14 years.
 

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Meh. Who signed up the new troll? :lame2:
 

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Was there any doubt?...
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Chavez wins re-election, electoral council says
Oct 7,`12 -- Venezuela's electoral council says President Hugo Chavez has won re-election, defeating challenger Henrique Capriles.
National Electoral Council president Tibisay Lucena says that with most votes counted, Chavez had about 54 percent of the vote.

It was Chavez's third re-election victory in nearly 14 years in office. The victory gives Chavez another six-year term to cement his legacy and press more forcefully for a transition to socialism in the country with the world's largest proven oil reserves.

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Tanks in the streets as Venezuelan electoral council declares Hugo Chavez victory
Venezuela’s electoral council has declared that Hugo Chavez beat Henriques Capriles in Sunday’s presidential election with about 54 percent of the vote, despite exit polls showing otherwise.
Venezuela Twitter users have claimed Chavez’s victory was wrought with election fraud, and that the socialist incumbent president sent tanks into the streets of his country as those exit poll reports showed him losing. A picture of the tanks surfaced on Twitter Sunday evening. The British Guardian newspaper reported that Chavez also sent troops armed with AK-47s into Venezuela’s streets to fight against any protests in case unrest came as a result of the news.

A Spanish news outlet reported earlier on Sunday that exit polls showed Capriles defeated the socialist president by a narrow margin. According to an English language translation of the local report, based on Google Translate, Chavez is headed for defeat:

The candidate of the Democratic Unity Table (MUD), Henrique Capriles, is leading against Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez in the presidential elections held on Sunday … according to exit polls by consultancy Variance prior to the closing of polling stations. The time set for the closing was 12:30 a.m. Spanish time, however, and because of the long lines in some of them, polls have remained open without a definite closure time. Despite the fact that Venezuelan law expressly prohibits the publication of polls, the Spanish outlet was free to conduct its polls. Its exit surveys indicate that Capriles won 51.3 percent of the vote, compared to Chavez’s 48.06 percent.

Variance director Rafael Delgado explained to Caracol Radio that the exit poll surveys were conducted in the Capital District and in the states of Zulia, Lara, Aragua, Miranda, Carabobo and Anzoategui. If this data is confirmed in the final vote tally, Delgado said, it would end Chavez’s thirteen year reign as Venezuela’s leader and usher in a new political reality for the country and region. Official results haven’t yet been announced.

Read more: Update: Tanks in the streets as Venezuelan electoral council declares Hugo Chavez victory | The Daily Caller
 

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With about 90 percent of votes counted, Chavez had more than 54 percent of the vote, and Capriles had 45 percent, National Electoral Council president Tibisay Lucena said. She said 81 percent of the nearly 19 million registered voters cast ballots, one of the largest turnouts in years.


... 81 percent of the nearly 19 million registered voters cast ballots


Obama-Supporter Chavez Wins

by a Landslide .... not ready for the rightwingers just yet.
 

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Hugo Chavez got re-elected because he has redistributed land and wealth just like Obama wants to do.

No surprises here....move on.....or be arrested for unlawful assembly.
 

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Hugo 'El Loco' Chavez who recently said he'd vote for Obama if he lived in the U.S. was reelected to a fourth term as Venezuelan leader. Chavez, an enemy of free speech, and good friend of Iranian President Ahmadinejad has been in power -- after changing Venezuela's constitutional presidential term limit -- for the last 14 years.

Pretty hard to lose an Election when you run the Election, and intimidate those you can't buy into voting for you.
 

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With about 90 percent of votes counted, Chavez had more than 54 percent of the vote, and Capriles had 45 percent, National Electoral Council president Tibisay Lucena said. She said 81 percent of the nearly 19 million registered voters cast ballots, one of the largest turnouts in years.


... 81 percent of the nearly 19 million registered voters cast ballots


Obama-Supporter Chavez Wins

by a Landslide .... not ready for the rightwingers just yet.


Why are left wingers so ready to trust the Official Figures from a Country that does not allow a truly Free press? Just like the assholes who used to argue Saddam was the "freely elected" Leader of Iraq.
 

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Just proves it doesn't matter who cast the votes, only matters who counts them. Nuff said.
 

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These people don't give a damn if their country is being destroyed. We better fucking be ready to take back our white house in Nov or we will go through this shit.
 

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Was there any doubt?...
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Chavez wins re-election, electoral council says
Oct 7,`12 -- Venezuela's electoral council says President Hugo Chavez has won re-election, defeating challenger Henrique Capriles.
National Electoral Council president Tibisay Lucena says that with most votes counted, Chavez had about 54 percent of the vote.

It was Chavez's third re-election victory in nearly 14 years in office. The victory gives Chavez another six-year term to cement his legacy and press more forcefully for a transition to socialism in the country with the world's largest proven oil reserves.

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Tanks in the streets as Venezuelan electoral council declares Hugo Chavez victory
Venezuela’s electoral council has declared that Hugo Chavez beat Henriques Capriles in Sunday’s presidential election with about 54 percent of the vote, despite exit polls showing otherwise.
Venezuela Twitter users have claimed Chavez’s victory was wrought with election fraud, and that the socialist incumbent president sent tanks into the streets of his country as those exit poll reports showed him losing. A picture of the tanks surfaced on Twitter Sunday evening. The British Guardian newspaper reported that Chavez also sent troops armed with AK-47s into Venezuela’s streets to fight against any protests in case unrest came as a result of the news.

A Spanish news outlet reported earlier on Sunday that exit polls showed Capriles defeated the socialist president by a narrow margin. According to an English language translation of the local report, based on Google Translate, Chavez is headed for defeat:

The candidate of the Democratic Unity Table (MUD), Henrique Capriles, is leading against Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez in the presidential elections held on Sunday … according to exit polls by consultancy Variance prior to the closing of polling stations. The time set for the closing was 12:30 a.m. Spanish time, however, and because of the long lines in some of them, polls have remained open without a definite closure time. Despite the fact that Venezuelan law expressly prohibits the publication of polls, the Spanish outlet was free to conduct its polls. Its exit surveys indicate that Capriles won 51.3 percent of the vote, compared to Chavez’s 48.06 percent.

Variance director Rafael Delgado explained to Caracol Radio that the exit poll surveys were conducted in the Capital District and in the states of Zulia, Lara, Aragua, Miranda, Carabobo and Anzoategui. If this data is confirmed in the final vote tally, Delgado said, it would end Chavez’s thirteen year reign as Venezuela’s leader and usher in a new political reality for the country and region. Official results haven’t yet been announced.

Read more: Update: Tanks in the streets as Venezuelan electoral council declares Hugo Chavez victory | The Daily Caller

Nope. Since anyone running against him seems to lose interest or disappears. No doubt at all.

Thought that asshole was dying?? When can we look forward to his State Funeral??

Soon I hope. Oh wait. He went to Cuba for his cure. Never mind.
 

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Hugo Chavez got re-elected because he has redistributed land and wealth just like Obama wants to do.

No surprises here....move on.....or be arrested for unlawful assembly.

That's the problem when you eliminate a middle class and have too much wealth in too few hands.

Eventually, people just get fed up with that shit an elect a demagouge.
 

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Hugo 'El Loco' Chavez who recently said he'd vote for Obama if he lived in the U.S. was reelected to a fourth term as Venezuelan leader. Chavez, an enemy of free speech, and good friend of Iranian President Ahmadinejad has been in power -- after changing Venezuela's constitutional presidential term limit -- for the last 14 years.

Chavez learned elections from Daley's Chicago and Tammany Hall
 
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Hugo Chavez got re-elected because he has redistributed land and wealth just like Obama wants to do.

No surprises here....move on.....or be arrested for unlawful assembly.

That's the problem when you eliminate a middle class and have too much wealth in too few hands.

Eventually, people just get fed up with that shit an elect a demagouge.
That explains why you're voting for Obama.
 

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With about 90 percent of votes counted, Chavez had more than 54 percent of the vote, and Capriles had 45 percent, National Electoral Council president Tibisay Lucena said. She said 81 percent of the nearly 19 million registered voters cast ballots, one of the largest turnouts in years.


... 81 percent of the nearly 19 million registered voters cast ballots


Obama-Supporter Chavez Wins

by a Landslide .... not ready for the rightwingers just yet.


Why are left wingers so ready to trust the Official Figures from a Country that does not allow a truly Free press? Just like the assholes who used to argue Saddam was the "freely elected" Leader of Iraq.
Dictators make the left moist.
 

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With about 90 percent of votes counted, Chavez had more than 54 percent of the vote, and Capriles had 45 percent, National Electoral Council president Tibisay Lucena said. She said 81 percent of the nearly 19 million registered voters cast ballots, one of the largest turnouts in years.


... 81 percent of the nearly 19 million registered voters cast ballots


Obama-Supporter Chavez Wins

by a Landslide .... not ready for the rightwingers just yet.


Why are left wingers so ready to trust the Official Figures from a Country that does not allow a truly Free press? Just like the assholes who used to argue Saddam was the "freely elected" Leader of Iraq.

Hussein was installed by the United States. Conservatives started hating him when he made overtures to the Soviets and tried playing both Superpowers against each other.
 

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... 81 percent of the nearly 19 million registered voters cast ballots




by a Landslide .... not ready for the rightwingers just yet.


Why are left wingers so ready to trust the Official Figures from a Country that does not allow a truly Free press? Just like the assholes who used to argue Saddam was the "freely elected" Leader of Iraq.
Dictators make the left moist.

Well no..

While some Dictators have been leftist..most are in power because of military take overs of the government.

Which is right wing.
 

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