Thursday, March 6, 2008

Chavez is on the move! Part 2

"’I used to believe in [Mr. Chávez], when I still believed he'd do what he promised,’ says Norelys Rangel, a lifelong resident here. Instead, she says, she often can't find milk or rice. In fact, she says, life has gotten harder.”

“Petare and other neighborhoods like it are still very much Chávez territory, but signs of his waning support in those areas highlights a broader trend. Despite the country's vast oil wealth and near record oil prices, Venezuelans are complaining about product shortages, crime, and high inflation.”

It seems that the escapades that Chavez is putting his nation through is starting to wear thin; Venezuelans are starting to figure out that Chavez and his “Bolivarian Revolution” is not what it’s cracked up to be. Read the full story at the The Christian Science Monitor

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