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Another commie endorsement: Hugo Chavez calls President Obama "a good guy."

First it was Fidel Castro's niece. Now it's Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez who has offered a de facto endorsement of President Obama. Boy, conservatives couldn't pay these commies enough to keep doing this.

From AP:

CARACAS, Venezuela — Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez has signaled a preference in the U.S. presidential campaign by comparing Mitt Romney to his own challenger.

Chavez, who is up for re-election a month before U.S. President Barack Obama, has in recent weeks expressed a clear preference for the man currently in the White House.

In a campaign speech Saturday night, Chavez equated the agenda of his challenger, Henrique Capriles, with that of Romney, saying both men represent the callously selfish capitalist elite.

Chavez claims Capriles, a moderate former governor, is trying to trick Venezuelans into believing he genuinely cares about the poor, the core of Venezuelan president’s constituency.

“I believe the person to best explain the loser’s agenda isn’t Barack Obama but rather Romney, because it’s the extreme right-wing agenda that borders on the fascism of the United States,” Chavez told tens of thousands of supporters in the western city of Maracaibo.

“In the end, it’s the same project,” Chavez said, referring to Obama as “a good guy.”

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Mike Smithson

Chavez is correct - Romney wants to turn the US into a fascist state. The fact that Obama can get along with te leaders of all countries is what makes him a great president.

jean lavallette

Chavez says Obama is a "good guy" because they are fellow travelers.

matthew

Mikes Smithson are you kidding me? Obama is the one who is the fascist. He thinks the government should control everything and he will overstep his bounds if we allow it.

William Hodges

Bartender, pour me only a fourth of whatever that really strong crap Mike Smithson is drinking.

Diglesias

Come on, you do not think country relations are important? You see, Bush did not have any and we all see how that worked out we were laughing stocks at World Summits when he was in office. I agree with Smithson, and as far as Obama being a fascist don't make me laugh. Compared to Romney he could care less about the future of this country he just want to capitalized off being president. Mark my words this country will be in worse shape then what Bush left it in if this man became president. Say what you want about Obama, but one thing you can not argue with is he is still cleaning up the lasting effects of the "BushS**t Administration.

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