Thursday, May 10, 2007

The decisions just keep getting more and more "erratic" 

Today one of the final pieces of Chavez's totalitarian project fell into place. The right to smoke where one pleases has been infringed in the ultimate act of Castro-Communism government control.

According to Venezuelan Health Minister Erick Rodriguez all smoking will be banned in restaraunts effective May 31.

It is one thing to mess with Big Oil, Exxon, Shell, and Conoco are all a bunch of wimps anyways. But now Chavez is messing with Big Tobacco.

Right now in Venezuela there is literally nothing but Phillip-Morris standing between the right to give yourself and everyone else around you lung cancer and eternal slavery in a non-smoking hell. At the very least hopefully we can count on the New York Times to denounce this autocratic and "erratic" decision.


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