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After Vote, Brazilians Lash Out on Social Media
A day after President Dilma Rousseff squeaked out a close electoral victory, Brazilian voters vented their frustrations one way they know best: on social media.
Many Neves supporters, hailing largely from Brazil’s wealthier south, joked they would be packing their bags to flee to Miami or Orlando. Some posted images showing Brazil divided into two, with the poorer northeastern states which supported Ms. Rousseff hived off into a separate country.
The reactions underscored the divisiveness of the elections, which were the closest in Brazilian history.
Considering all the factors, it would have taken a miracle from God Himself for Neves to win.
Dilma claims, “I want to be a much better president than I have been until now,” which rather fills me with dread, considering how
Brazil has chosen to warehouse a quarter of its population into welfare serfdom for nothing more than the benefit of leftist parties and their grasp on power.
“Better,” for what?