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Obama Wins Marxist Endorsement from Chavez Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Sun, Sep 30, 2012, 08:58 PM
Adobe Chavez.jpgVenezuelan President Hugo Chavez, a self-proclaimed Marxist, has just announced his glowing endorsement of President Barack Obama’s $1 billion re-election bid for the White House. He believes they can unite as comrades in arms for the greater good of a global socialist order.

Reuters reports that, “with both presidents facing tight re-election fights, Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez gave a surprise endorsement to Barack Obama on Sunday – and said the U.S. leaders no doubt felt the same.”

Chavez said, “I hope this doesn’t harm Obama, but if I was from the United States, I’d vote for Obama.”

According to Reuters, “Chavez is running for a new six-year term against opposition challenger Henrique Capriles, while Obama’s re-election in November against Republican candidate Mitt Romney. Venezuela’s election is next weekend.”

Chavez told state TV that, “Obama is a good guy … I think that if Obama was from Barlovento or some Caracas neighborhood, he’d vote for Chavez.” He was referring to a poor coastal village known for the strong African roots of its residents.

To read the entire article from Reuters, link here:

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written by K. D. , October 01, 2012

This guy has it right! They are "cut from the same cloth"! Both are Left Wingers who believe in redistribution of the wealth of others to the "non-producers" with them selves as the elitests distributers of other peoples money! We are in trouble with the guy who no one has yjr proof of his background, is a Leftist, & has weakened this country!



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