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Topic - Cristina Ramos
Socialism has finally hit the fan in Hugo Chavez's Venezuela, though he checked out just in time to miss it. He left millions of Venezuelans struggling to clean up the mess.
First, milk, butter, coffee and cornmeal ran short. Now Venezuela is running out of the most basic of necessities — toilet paper.
"I've been looking for it for two weeks," said Cristina Ramos to the Associated Press. "I was told that they had some here and now I'm in line."
"I've been looking for it for two weeks," Cristina Ramos said. "I was told that they had some here, and now I'm in line."