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Morales says he's headed for Mexico as clashes rock Bolivia

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By LUIS ANDRES HENAO and CARLOS VALDEZ

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Morales lost a referendum that would have allowed him a fourth term. Then his packed Supreme Court overturned the will of the people and that was followed by Morales' clumsy attempted rig the subsequent election. So much for "Democratic" Socialism. He deserves to go. The people of Bolivia are watching what's happening in Venezuela and don't want to follow that path. 

The Bolivian people were brave in opposing him and fighting for democracy.

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Adios! Who will be the next arbitrary dictator to fall?

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I wonder how many bags of cash were flown out with him in the Mexican jet...

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Only to some here is a democratically elected president a "arbitrary dictator." Up is down, apples are oranges, huh?

...was followed by Morales' clumsy attempted rig the subsequent election

What's rigged is the OAS--with U.S. empire money. Any election outcome the U.S. doesn't like is a "rigged" one. So much concern for the people .

"Bolivian Coup Comes Less Than a Week After Morales Stopped Multinational Firm's Lithium Deal"

https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/11/11/bolivian-coup-comes-less-week-after-morales-stopped-multinational-firms-lithium-deal

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Democratic leaders should learn to let go of power when their terms are reached - maximum 2 terms should be enough

If they can't do something within 2 terms, then just pass it on

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