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Thread: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'

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    Re: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    LOL. That's ****ing comment of the year. I want you to know I seriously laughed out loud a bit. *Golf clap* and a tip of the hat to you, sir.
    What comment is that?

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    Re: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    I wonder if Chavez will drop out of being the leader if he is dying.
    Not if he can help it.

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    Re: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    And the republicans continue to show their extreme classiness! Way to go, buddy! Keep watching that Fox News and listening to that Rush Limbaughs, it's making you into quite an awesome person!
    Don't judge all Republicans by the vile comments of one person on a message board. You're no better if you do.

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    Re: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'

    Quote Originally Posted by Mya View Post
    No.

    Cancer should happen to nobody.
    I agree, but I find myself having an easier time with certain people getting it than others.
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    Re: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'

    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky View Post
    Hi everyone. Just to let you know that Texmex is spamming my PM box with threats for the past several weeks. Now he just posts that he's reporting me for my comments about Chevez's cancer. I must have really struck a nerve with him to have him spam my PM box with threats of violence and now threats that he's going to follow each of my posts here on the forum and repoirt me to the mods whenever he feels that my piosts offends him. He like Sean Penn must really like a ruthless murdering dictator.

    Grow up and get a life TEX and stop spamming my pm box with threats of violence.

    Is it any wonder why I don't like Liberals. They're all lunatics.
    This is a lie. Here is my PM:

    I am reporting your infraction concerning the Chavez thread. You really should learn to temper what you say. You don't have to attempt to be the tough guy with every posting.

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    Re: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'

    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky View Post
    so utterly pathetic how you libs whorship and defend this murdering dictator.
    Hyperbole on steroids!

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    Re: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'

    Quote Originally Posted by Texmex View Post
    This is a lie. Here is my PM:

    I am reporting your infraction concerning the Chavez thread. You really should learn to temper what you say. You don't have to attempt to be the tough guy with every posting.
    It's ok. We got his number. Fair and balanced, dial ought, ought and ought.

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    Re: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'

    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky View Post
    I don't know but but he's definitely whacked out and has a few screws loose. He's been stalking and PMing my mailbox with death threats.... but I'm sure the Liberal mods won't do anything about it because like ALL LIBERALS, they turn a blind eye everytime anyone in their camp commits a dispicable act.
    Death threats!

    Unlike you I don't assume all conservatives are pathological liars, just the crazy ones. Of course you know I never threatened you. You really should see someone for help before you go farther off the edge.

    I implore the moderators to look at my postings, including my PM's and yours. You are the one who stepped over the line, not me. What is odd is all I did was report you breaking the rules, nothing personal. Now you fabricate all this stuff. You might really need some professional help before you start pulling the wings off flies or doing unmentionable things to cats and dogs.

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    Re: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    This reporter has been told that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has metastatic rhabdomyosarcoma, an aggressive cancer that has "entered the end stage". The information and the quote come from a highly respected source close to Chavez and who is in a position to know his medical condition and history. This source says the prognosis is dire and that Chavez is now not expected to live "more than a couple of months at most." Chavez is running for re-elec tion in Venezuela but several sources--including the one who revealed the exact kind of cancer-- have told me that they believe it is doubtful the dictator will live to see the results.


    Report: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage' - Yahoo! News
    I'm sure, he is making amends...

    Rest in peace

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    Re: Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    I wonder if Chavez will drop out of being the leader if he is dying.
    It appears Chavez has already prepared for the worst. However, there will be a battle for leadership should he die.

    If Chávez were to die or become incapacitated, "a fragmentation of the movement" would likely occur. In the immediate aftermath of such an incident, Vice President Elías Jaua would take power, according to the constitution. Perhaps as an indication that Chávez is preparing for the worst, he formed a nine-member State Council earlier this month, headed by Jaua, to assist him with executive duties. The nine "would be able to draw upon a broader leadership base and carry more authority" in Chávez's absence, Wilpert said.

    But with elections on the horizon, the Socialists' hold on power would be threatened without Chávez heading the party.

    The following is a list of possible successors through the electoral process.

    • Henrique Capriles of the center-right Justice First party, but Capriles has been building momentum and could perform well against a candidate less established than Chávez.
    • Jaua, as Chávez's immediate successor, is one of the top candidates, though he is viewed as more of an administrator than a leader. Chávez appointed Jaua, 43, vice president in 2010; he served as Minister of Agriculture before then. Having been a university professor, Jaua's background is academic, and while he is viewed as an intellectual, he lacks the charisma and oratory skills to be a statesman on par with Chávez.
    • Diosdado Cabello, the current Speaker of the National Assembly...who has focused on democratization in Venezuela.
    • Foreign Affairs Minister Nicolás Maduro, 50, who started off as a bus driver and became a labor union leader...Maduro's politics align very closely with Chávez's.
    • José Vicente Rangel, 82, a former vice president (2002 to 2005)...Ideologically, he is similar to Chávez.
    • Lastly, there is Chávez's elder brother, Adán Chávez, 59. Currently the governor of the Venezuelan state of Barinas, Adán, a former physics professor, has a long history of political activity, with views often considered even more radical than his brother's.
    Hugo Chavez's Terminal Mystery Cancer And Venezuela's Looming Power Vacuum - International Business Times

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