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14.4.02

Chavez Freed, Returns To Power In Venezuela
Venezuela seems to be having trouble deciding who its president should be. They've had three different people in the office in as many days (four, if you count Chavez's rule up until Friday as separate from his rule from today onward). They must have been taking advice from Argentina. But I think a volatile presidency would be a good way for some of these underdeveloped nations to earn money. Sell a day as president to all those rich American and European tourists who have always wanted to be dictators of a small third-world country. You could buy a tape of your inaguration for $10, and they let you keep the Bible you swear your oath of office on.

Marty's response: "Al Gore is so there."

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