Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Sus malas vidas después

Hugo lies molderin' in the grave, but his economics still haunts Venezuela;
The Catholic Church in Venezuela has said it is running out of wine to celebrate Mass because of nationwide shortages of basic supplies.
It said the scarcity of some products had forced the country's "only wine maker" to stop selling to the Church.
Critics blame the shortages on tight state control of the economy and inadequate domestic production.
But the government insists that an opposition-led conspiracy and price speculations are the problem.
Of course it couldn't be the fault of Marxist ideas.  Where have they ever failed before?

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