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All I buy is CITGO now. Where are our other compassionate world leaders?

Reader comment on: Hugo's Hezbollah
in response to reader comment: Don't buy Citgo gas. Chavez owns it.

Submitted by Safiyah (United States), Feb 8, 2009 10:05

Say what you will, Chavez is the only world leader who took a stand against the slaughter of women and children in GAZA! That is the only gas I buy now. I say he is a compassionate caring leader who will not let the Western world ruin and speculate with his country. And, his people are happy and prosperous regardless of what the western press says! Perhaps Venezuela holds hope for those of us who remember the compassion we used to have as a nation before we lost our moral compass.

Safiyah


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Connecting Thread between Shiah-Islam and Socialism. [183 words]

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