Not a good one, anyway
“If the criterion for censorship is that nobody’s feelings can be hurt, we are finished as a free society.”
“…things can always get worse, and worse, and worse.”
“Ortega…may first move to challenge the constituent assembly in court.”
“It is pretty symbolic that the citizens are venting their frustrations on the author of the Bolivarian revolution.”
“It’s a disaster.”
“…people were not educated in the principles of freedom and they vote for whoever promises more.”
The Maduro diet.
“…political arrests are no longer just a mechanism for party discipline.”
This is how socialism always ends
“Nearly half of Venezuelans say they can no longer afford to eat three meals a day…”
The inevitable end game of “democratic socialism.”
And where is the Obama administration?
Three dead in protests.
“Soon we’ll be using newspaper, just like they do in Cuba!”
Well, that’s not Orwellian at all.
“I want to tell the candidate of the government: today you’re the loser and I’m telling you this unequivocally.”
All Chavez, all the time.
Best friends forever.
A friendly salute.
Abandonment of US allies around the world.
Because a people should always fear its government. …Wait, what?!
Least suspenseful whodunit evah?
Shut up and play?
Gird your loins.
“…we are able to move more freely and do what we need to do, whether it is illegal or not.”
“Why hide the ball?”