Ex Governor Diosdado Cabello

And uses it as a metaphor to argue his illustrious and thoughtful explanations of geopolitics and threaten with striking (delete) with pig tail the batter that is present. Baseball is a sport of head, never tire of repeating the fans. And it must be judged by the amount of people present in the fields for hours Therefore in my opinion, with another equally difficult launch and that the opponent knowing of its difficulty to accept the challenge of wanting to hit it. This proposal seeks to overcome not only the opposition, but add to his unrestrained desire for power. Some now speculate that sharing is no Cup of national geography. I agree that it would have been handled by the Ex Governor Diosdado Cabello. It is likely that this move of the President, forcing opposition to rethink their positions. Soon they will do it and be desmarcaran.

Will it be heart? We think Yes. General BADUEL former Minister of Defense of Hugo Chavez, has pointed out that there was an agreement between the opposition and the Government complicit. The mentioned character has been proposing the call to a constituent that clarify the desire of the people and us peace and stability that we both aspire. It is time to put an end to this horror film and proposing a constituent with broad powers to stop or you unleash the revolution according to the will of the people? The opposition should close the entrance. American COMPLICITY I am concerned as warlordism in America, has not only grown CHAVEZ.

We see it with URIBE in Colombia. With FREI in CHILE. With ORTEGA in NICARAGUA. ALAN Garcia in Peru. Husbands KITCHNER in ARGENTINA. The CLINTON in the United States, among others. That is why the mutis on this serious situation of the OAS and other international organizations. Democracy is in Crisis. CHAVEZ is taking the Latin American prominence riding on a double discourse. The other leaders did not dare to attack him because he is a reflection of their lower interest. A strong public opinion should force the meeting from the democratic path.

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