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Vote in Venezuela

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“Venezuelans voted to choose state governors and mayors Sunday in elections that could either hand President Hugo Chavez his second straight electoral setback or give his leftist government a new mandate.” Bet on Chavez to maintain every advantage. Chavez has too much riding on this and I am sure he sees himself as the premiere leader in South America. It will be interesting with the alliances being developed with Russia and China how this pans out. 


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Written by James Lagnese

November 23, 2008 at 10:03 pm

Vote in Venezuela

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“Venezuelans voted to choose state governors and mayors Sunday in elections that could either hand President Hugo Chavez his second straight electoral setback or give his leftist government a new mandate.” Bet on Chavez to maintain every advantage. Chavez has too much riding on this and I am sure he sees himself as the premiere leader in South America. It will be interesting with the alliances being developed with Russia and China how this pans out. 


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Written by James Lagnese

November 23, 2008 at 10:03 pm

Did you vote?

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I did. If it’s any indication, for the relatively small town I live in, the turnout was very high. Of course I was the first in line, and I arrived 50 minutes before the polls opened. Intuition, if that is possible for me, says this is bad for McCain, but I could be wrong. My synopsis is that McCain made the mistake of being republican. If he loses, it is a refutation of Bush, and he would have been better off if the republicans didn’t have a candidate and McCain ran under a different party. BTW, I voted for Palin.

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Written by James Lagnese

November 4, 2008 at 7:17 am

Did you vote?

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I did. If it’s any indication, for the relatively small town I live in, the turnout was very high. Of course I was the first in line, and I arrived 50 minutes before the polls opened. Intuition, if that is possible for me, says this is bad for McCain, but I could be wrong. My synopsis is that McCain made the mistake of being republican. If he loses, it is a refutation of Bush, and he would have been better off if the republicans didn’t have a candidate and McCain ran under a different party. BTW, I voted for Palin.

Thank you for reading this blog. 

Written by James Lagnese

November 4, 2008 at 7:17 am