Ailing Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez may be getting better or may be getting worse.

 

We do know he’s still in Cuba trying to fight off lung cancer.

We do know that whatever the Venezuelan government says can’t be trusted.

And we know this sentiment is widespread:

https://twitter.com/Wickedest_/status/289866313881505793

Stay tuned.

  • http://www.facebook.com/brett.mcmicken Brett McMicken

    hopefully, the careers of sean penn, oliver stone, and danny glover will follow.

  • HARP2

    Can you smell the sulfur yet Hugo ?

  • Conrad2010

    It’s truly weird how he thinks a disease like Cancer is going to bend to his will.

  • Jack Deth

    “Hugo Chavez is bed ridden and not in a coma.”

    Translation: “Hugo’s brother hasn’t had the chance to suffocate him with a pillow or arrange an appropriate “accident” yet.”

  • TocksNedlog

    His poor people!
    How will they get by without him?

  • BeyondPolls

    Question of the day: Where will Chavez go when he dies, if anywhere?

  • Bad things coming

    I hope he lingers with intense pain and suffering.

  • http://ConservativeMom.net/ LoriGirl

    Haced, y celebrar el Diaz de los muertos!

  • Hearns-Jackson-Hagler-Jones

    So wishing death is okay now? I’ll assume there will be no article the next time a conservative dies and is mocked.

    • JoeMusgo

      Are you comparing the mockery on the left that occurred when someone such as Norman Schwarzkopf died to wishing death on Chavez? Or the cheerleading from those on the left when George H. W. Bush was in Intensive Care with the cheerleading occurring now that Chavez is near death? Wishing harm on an avowed enemy of our country is nothing like wishing harm to an ex-president or celebrating the death of an American war hero.

    • JoeMusgo

      Are you comparing the mockery on the left that occurred when someone such as Norman Schwarzkopf died to wishing death on Chavez? Or the cheerleading from those on the left when George H. W. Bush was in Intensive Care with the cheerleading occurring now that Chavez is near death? Wishing harm on an avowed enemy of our country is nothing like wishing harm to an ex-president or celebrating the death of an American war hero.