The state of the state of Venezuela, in the hands of God, says the Commie in Chief
. So, don't blame him;
“Oil will never cost $100 again but God will provide. Venezuela will never do without.”
Did God provide toilet paper, tortillas or milk?
The president turned his annual report into an electoral campaign pitch.
During his almost three-hour speech, he attacked his adversaries and
claimed to be the victim of a plot that seeks to topple his government
and take advantage of dejected chavista voters during this
Funny how Communist governments never manage to avoid plotters
. So, roll out the usual suspects [our bold];
Starting February 1, the government will increase the
minimum wage and pensions by 15 percent. It also plans to more than
double the meager scholarships university students receive, from 200 to
500 bolivars each month, or about three dollars at black market exchange
rates. Maduro has also promised to build 400,000 public housing units.
The measures fall under the government’s social investment program,
which it uses to show its great commitment to the vast majority of
Venezuelans who are grappling with a 63-percent inflation rate, the
highest in the world.
Which descended on Venezuela like a plague from you know who?
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