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Without ambassadors, U.S.-Venezuela tensions grow

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Oh golly here comes another invasion....

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Venezuela wants our oil.

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Common US and Venezuela,plenty of ambassador people out there,who may be to the liking of Chavez and USA,

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the United States “has looked the other way for far too long as Hugo Chavez destroyed democratic institutions.”

Hmmm, couldn't this be said about the world towards the U.S. government?

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Hmmm, couldn't this be said about the world towards the U.S. government?

huh that doesn't make sense.

Do you mean this could be said about the US government from the rest of the world?

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Venezuela wants our oil? Do you mean Chavez wants to take more oil from his own country and just share amongst the Chavistas? The USA wants and needs to keep the cheap oil from Venezuela flowing up north to the USA, a few years ago Chavez donated free heating oil to the poor in Boston etc..during the middle of the winter months, when will the USA ever help it's own poor?

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What is the most ironic thing in all this is that as much as Chavez yells and screams and threatens to cut oil off the oil to the USA, he can't because all the oil Venezuela sends to the USA is bought and sold through the Venezuelan state owned CITGO and they need the money to stop selling to the USA would make very little difference to the USA but would Bankrupt CITGO.

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The cartel is pushing oil up to 150-200$ a barrel. -They are making a strong play on Venezuela now because of this. Need someone to blame the price rise on. -And also gives the cartel a good reason to invade.

America has plenty of oil, but most 90% of Alaska oil is exported (mostly Asia).

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Yes, the cartel will be invading very soon. Very soon.

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