Not necessarily .... A: They are 2 different systems, B: just because every governemnt chooses what are rights, doesn't mean that one doesn't have better policies than another.So That means that Cuba and Venezuela are not better types of systems.
Yeah ... But that doesn't make it a right ... Is it a right to own a tank??? Or a fighter jet???The concept is called hedging freedom.
No **** ... But my point stands.The US not perfect there is alot that could be improved.
Restricting gun rights doesn't = dictatorship, if it did then every country is a dictatorship.
You didn't understand my answer, my answer is the answer to your question is relative ...Is Venezuela a great example of Democratic Socialism? Nope wasnt a mention of Capitalism in that question.
Its actually 48.2% (of the national assembly), you can't just make up facts because guess what ... We can look them up.Both Bush and Obama have married themselves to the Patriot Act which makes them both bad presidents. But even the Patriot Act did not come with a new Constitution. Over 95% of the Venezuelan government is controlled by CHavez political party. And I do mean Chavez's political party since he is also the president of it as well of other organizations. SO Venezuela is virtually a one party system, one party system ran by a single person is a dictatorship no matter how many people vote if there are no choices or very few its not what one would call democracy.
Also just because your the president of a party doesn't mean you can do anything or have total control over it.
Yo don't know what your talking about.