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The morally blind leading the morally blind

Santana in El Nuevo Herald:

"I'm going to Venezuela so Maduro and Cristina can teach me how to improve the economy..."

2 comments to The morally blind leading the morally blind

  • Gallardo

    He certainly was the stupidest of them all until the one from Uruguay made his appearance, now I don't know.

  • asombra

    Evo's still ahead (or behind), though Maduro's close. Mujica, an ex-terrorist for whom no decent person would vote, is now a cantankerous, vulgar old fart who happens to look uncannily like Grandpa Munster. It's all eminently Latrine.