Patience is one attribute missing in much of America's foreign policy decisions. In the case of Venezuela's Nicolás Maduro, who is trying to install himself as a dictator, a little patience could solve the problem.
Raids against the Maduro regime will be futile as long as the heavy Cuban influence in Venezuela dating back decades is in place.
The United States is helping squeeze Venezuela's rulers, and Venezuela's future could be bright once the blight of Maduro and his Chavism has been removed, if Maduro is not succeeded by another Marxist.
With the phony election in Venezuela now history, the conflict in that country enters a "new stage."
Sunday's election in Venezuela looks as if it will be a sham and a fraud and that Marxist dictator Nicolas Maduro will win, and the starving people of the country will lose.
Will Thursday's general strike, dubbed the "final offensive," succeed in ousting Venezuela's Marxist Dictator Nicolas Maduro?
Things have gotten so bad in Venezuela that people are rationing toothpaste — and finding solace in Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
The failings and destruction of socialism are on full display in Venezuela, as its starving citizens are risking 60 miles of open ocean to barter for food in Trinidad.
Thanks to Congress and the Obama administration, American taxpayers are expected to pour millions of dollars into a ruthless Marxist terrorist group known as the FARC, the Spanish acronym for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. Among other crimes, the Castro-backed terror group has slaughtered and tortured hundreds of thousands of civilians, pumped unfathomable amounts of cocaine into the United States, kidnapped and raped children, and much more. If establishment forces in Washington, D.C., and Bogota get their way, however, U.S. taxpayers will help finance not only the FARC, but the communist takeover of Colombia as well.
Talk about living on borrowed time, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro is living on borrowed money.