He-Said/She-Said

Caracas Chronicles

breakup1What’s the best way to turn an argument into a boring, annoying, petty mess? Make it into a he-said/she-said match, and mire it in obscure technical detail. Soon enough, you’ll get half the audience tuning out because they don’t like back-and-forth-bickering, and the other half will be just confused and forget why they cared in the first place.

CNE, you gals are good.

Ever since last Wednesday, when Capriles’ Comando Simón Bolívar officially petitioned for a full audit of the voting process, the CNE has played the disgruntled ex-girlfriend card.

Here’s how this metaphorical break-up went down:

HCR: Its not you, its me. I just can’t go on like this, trusting you to give me electoral results when I know there’s shady business going on.

CNE I don’t know what you’re talking about! I’m totally transparent and have proven my integrity to you 18 elections over!

HCR:

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