Venezuela Chavez says "Comrade" Obama More Left-wing

Chavez says Obama is so far left he has moved him and Castro to the right on the political spectrum bar.

Remember the adage; 'Be careful of what you wish for - you might get it'? Well liberals you are about to get what you wished for except you didn't have a realistic understanding of what you were wishing for.

I have been in countries with far left totalitarian governments, and I'm here to tell you most of the population wanted to be somewhere else (especially the United States).

You liberals that still believe Obama's 'change' is going to bring you some utopian liberal paradise are in for a very unpleasant surprise. The freedoms and life style you have become accustomed to are about to end in a third world existence for you and your family.

Unrealistic liberal idealism, fiscal and managerial incompetence, and the irresponsibility of the Obama administration and this Congress have driven the national debt up more in the past six months than the accumulated debt of the past thirty years. At this very moment, of every dollar spent by the Federal government, 80 cents must be borrowed. The British government is within days of collapsing because they have emptied their treasury, California's government will have to shut down in 13 days unless the Feds guarantee loans for their continued operation.

If you idiots who elected these people don't wake up to your own impending destruction and join with the 'tea party' folks and force a reversal of what is going on, this country is shortly going to be bad place to live.

: CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez said on Tuesday that he and Cuban ally Fidel Castro risk being more conservative than U.S. President Barack Obama as Washington prepares to take control of General Motors Corp.

During one of Chavez's customary lectures on the "curse" of capitalism and the bonanzas of socialism, the Venezuelan leader made reference to GM's bankruptcy filing, which is expected to give the U.S. government a 60 percent stake in the 100-year-old former symbol of American might.

"Hey, Obama has just nationalized nothing more and nothing less than General Motors. Comrade Obama! Fidel, careful or we are going to end up to his right," Chavez joked on a live television broadcast.

During a decade in government, Chavez has nationalized most of Venezuela's key economic sectors, including multibillion dollar oil projects, often via joint ventures with the private sector that give the state a 60 percent controlling stake.

Obama has vowed to quickly sell off General Motors once the auto giant is back on its feet, but the government will initially control the company after a $30 billion injection of taxpayer funds.

Chavez, a vehement critic of the U.S. "empire," has toned down his rhetoric since Obama took office in January and the two men shook hands during a summit in Trinidad and Tobago in April.

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