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Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez Dies

Hugo Chávez, Venezuela’s divisive leader for the past 14 years and a vocal detractor of the United States, died of cancer yesterday at the age of 58. What do you think?

  • “That’s a shame. All the best enemies of America die young.”

    Mandy McLeod
  • “Life’s funny sometimes. One minute, you’re ruling over a broke, crime-ridden country. The next, you’re dead.”

    Gary Beck
    Condenser Tube Tender
  • “Hopefully his successor won’t be such a divisive figure. Could you even imagine living in a place where half the country doesn’t trust their own leader?”

    Bob Rennison
    Systems Analyst