Merry Christmas from Venezuela

December 11th, 2011

By Dan Miller

The Nativity, with Hugo Chavez

Merry Chavezmas

Hugo Chávez, the savior of Venezuela if not the entire world, was prominently featured in a Nativity display in Caracas.

A figurine of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (C) is seen in a recreation of a Nativity scene in Caracas December 8, 2011. The Nativity scene in Caracas showing the socialist president standing before the traditional crib-in-a-manger has stirred up a pre-Christmas controversy in the politically polarized country. Picture taken December 8, 2011

Isn’t He just too precious!

(This article was first published at The PJ Tatler.)

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4 Responses to “Merry Christmas from Venezuela”

  1. Tom Carter |

    Where’s the ACLU when you need them? Surely their Caracas office will file a lawsuit demanding that this offensive display be removed! Then Chavez and his generals will be left standing alone….

  2. Dan Miller |

    Hummmmm. Amigos de Chávez Libertad Universal?

  3. Tom Carter |

    See, you learn something every day! I didn’t know what ACLU stands for, but now it all makes sense.

  4. Dan Miller |

    Alas, according to a painting on display at the “Nazional Guard headquarters of the Andes region (San Cristobal),” el Presidente Chavez is now in Heaven. Read more here.

    Transitioning from a nativity scene to Heaven in such short order clearly demonstrates the true magnificence of his Holiness, el Thugo. What can he possibly do for an encore?

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