Calling Obama a “good guy,” Chavez also said that if Obama was Venezuelan, "I think ... he'd vote for Chavez."
When Obama met Venezuelan Dictator Hugo Chavez in Trinidad, he shook hands with a man who only four years earlier called the United States the most "murderous empire that has existed in the history of the world." There is very good reason to believe Obama believes the same.
Obama’s diversity czar at the Federal Communications Commission spoke publicly of getting white media executives to “step down” in favor of minorities, prescribed policies to make liberal talk radio more successful, and described Hugo Chavez’s rise to power in Venezuela “an incredible revolution.”
If you want to see where the American healthcare system is headed under the Marxist Obama, cast your eyes to South America. At one time, Venezuela's healthcare system was fully functional and more than able to meet the needs of the country. But thanks to heavy-handed, top-down authoritarianism of the late Dictator Hugo Chavez and his successor, the system there has all but collapsed.
Several hundred doctors and medical students protested conditions in Venezuela's hospitals, citing shortages of medicines and critical supplies in the troubled oil-rich country.
The president of the Venezuelan Medical Federation, Douglas Leon, said 95 percent of hospitals have only five percent of the supplies needed to take care of patients.
"The hospitals are deteriorated, supplies aren't available and we have to tell patients to buy their own," medical student Caterine Acosta, 20, said.
The United States has already had hospitals, clinics and private offices close. Despite what Harry Reid says, people are unable to get and/or cannot pay for medicine. Take a good look America. Continue down your current path and become like Venezuela, or demand change today. Chavez was a Marxist and instituted Marxist policies. Obama is a Marxist and is instituting Marxist policies. Marxist policies are always the same; disastrous. Venezuela also has shortages in food and other necessities this very day with long lines forming in hopes of getting bread and milk.