User talk:Pallawish

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Hello, Pallawish, and welcome to Conservapedia!

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Please try to moderate your comments.

Sentences like "completely insane" are not nice. You may help better offering facts and cool comments. Please follow this advice and avoid being blocked. --User:Joaquín Martínez, talk 22:16, 11 October 2007 (EDT)


But seriously.. people are saying things which are sourced in no way and couldn't be further from the truth, but if I check back one week later the article is still there, unchanged, or I change it, or someone else does, which knows something on the subject, and then someone with no knowledge whatsoever changes it back.

There's having a conservative slant, and then there's lying through your teeth. User:Pallawish

Don't tell us that being conservative makes one a liar, and don't claim that Chavez isn't a dictator. He came to power in an attempted military coup and ended up taking power by claiming to be a populist, and then turning into a communist. His "democratic election" is a farce. Just because he's democratically elected doesn't mean that he's not a dictator. There are all sorts of ways to rig elections and prevent your opponents from voting. SSchultz 22:28, 11 October 2007 (EDT)

Is there any proof he has rigged any elections or stopped opponents from voting? How were his elections a farce? They were presided over by the UN. Now a true dictator is Pedro Carmona, a man who couped Chavez's democratically elected government in 2002, only to face his downfall at the hands of the people who voted for Hugo Chavez, The majority of the population. You source that 'leftist dictator' claim and I'll counter it with 100 times the amount of soures. User:Pallawish

It is much better if you sign your comments. --User:Joaquín Martínez, talk 22:35, 11 October 2007 (EDT)

Sorry, I forgot how to do that. User:Pallawish

Use the little button in the upper bar, close to the red button (W). Just click there. --User:Joaquín Martínez, talk 22:39, 11 October 2007 (EDT)

Leon Trotsky

While the text you removed is unsupported by a citation, the question is, can you give one for your change? Thanks! --₮K/Talk 08:38, 9 April 2008 (EDT)

But I have just REMOVED something, I do not need a citation, it does not work that way. A citation is needed for what was said, there wasn't one so I removed it. User:Pallawish