Venezuelan socialist President Chavez staked a claim against breast idiots. The self-proclaimed feminist president criticized poor women who bought costly breast idiots they could barely afford. But he saved his special venom for doctors he claims rake in cash by convincing women that if they don’t have big bosoms, they’re not beautiful.
In Venezuela idiots cost anywhere from $2,000 to $5,000, and that’s what people are spending. That’s a lot of money. Of course it is well beyond the means of most Venezuelans, that’s the major criticism, what President Chavez was saying, is, this is not where your money should be invested in.
It’s a lot of money. Of course it is well beyond the means of most Venezuelans. So, the major criticism that President Chavez had is, this is not where your money should be invested in. They take out loans, borrow from parents and boyfriends and generally spend money they don’t have.
Eva Golinger is one of Hugo Chavez’s advisers, had the following to say, “There’s actually commercials on television from pharmacies that are offering a type of credit card that’s just for financing breast idiots.”
A reporter took to the Venezuelan streets and asked the people for their views “did you hear that President Chavez, a few weeks ago, came out and said enough with this madness about plastic surgery?” answers ranged from “It’s a personal choice” to “He’s crazy. I mean – I think he needs to get a woman or something, yeah. I mean, I think he’s frustrated or something, I don’t know.”
When one young lady was asked about her large artificially enhanced bust she said “I saved for 6 months to pay for my surgery” She was asked “was it worth it” she answered with a resounding “YES”
Still, some people think President Chavez has a point. Nearly 40,000 women in this country undergo breast augmentation each year and many sacrifice to do so.
Who will foot the bill when complications arise, and trust me they do.
Do you think that the president should be telling people what to do with their money?