THE FOG OF SOCIALISM: Dilma Rousseff narrowly wins re-election in Brazil

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

 

A satirical view of Brazil’s reality under socialism 

Let’s have a little fun– and numb the pain.

When are people going to learn that socialism doesn’t work?

…  but Samba does.

Dilma Rousseff, the leftist socialist communist President of Brazil, narrowly won re-election against centrist opposition leader, Aecio Neves, by convincing voters that somehow she is capable of leading the country, in spite of the economic downturn that Brazil has faced under her presidency.

Brazilians seem to be eternal optimists, or they are blinded by the fog of socialism. Apparently they believed Rousseff’s statement, “I want to be a much better president than I have been until now.”

If…

If you believe such words from a liberal socialist communist, then you’ll go down in history with those who swallowed the story of the Piltdown Man— the hoax of the “missing link” between apes and humans… as well as those who recently believed the story of, “if-you-like-your-doctor-you-can-keep-your-doctor.”

If you think that the liberal socialist communist description is an exaggeration– then you do not know anything about Rousseff’s political background and activism.

Rousseff’s socialist plans will undoubtedly further undermine the resources and economy of her beautiful country. But on the bright side, Brazilians will always have samba…

Someone has to say the truth… (please share it).

 

REFERENCE:  Brazilian President Rousseff is re-elected

Copyright © Marielena Montesino de Stuart. All rights reserved.

 

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Someone has to say the truth... © Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Marielena Montesino de Stuart Conservative Columnist and Speaker. Republican Candidate for the U.S. Senate (on the ballot 2012 - Florida). New Leadership and Courage for America.