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I didn't endorse forcing

I didn't endorse forcing anything. Why do you guys seem to assume that I'm part of the 'bomb Venezuela/Iran/Cuba' crowd just because I choose to be critical of their leaders? You can be anti-war but still support change in another country on a personal level. I believe Capriles was by far the lesser of two evils in this election. I don't live in the USA and don't own a television, so I don't watch Fox News or American Idol.

There are people on here that do have some degree of respect for Hugo Chavez for purportedly standing up to the "Zionists", a group of people whom they despise more than any other. These people make up a very, very small proportion of the liberty movement, but tend to be quite vocal and attract a lot of attention to themselves.

The US itself does not benefit from war. The corporations with government contracts do. You probably already knew this but you didn't make it clear in your comment.

Also, how exactly are US elections more fraudulent than Venezuelan ones? Please back up your view with some facts about elections here vs. in Venezuela, I'm genuinely curious.

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