Friday, November 28, 2014

¿Qué, me preocupo?

Oil has dropped to $68 per barrel. Is Venezuela worried?
In a military parade staged in la Victoria, northern Aragua state, to commemorate the 94th anniversary of the Bolivarian Air Force and the 22nd anniversary of the civilian-military rebellion of November 27, 1992, the President [Nicolás Maduro] stressed that dwindling oil income will no harm social and military investments. "If some items of the budget ever need to be cut, we would cut conspicuous consumption, and then our own wages, but not a single bolivar allocated to education, housing, and welfare missions," he pointed out.
We'll have one-ply toilet paper?

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