So, Chavez went all in for wealth distribution. Went socialist. Predictably, it turned out horribly for ordinary Venezuelans. http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2016/05/venezuela-is-falling-apart/481755/ As usual in a big government "share the wealth" environment, government officials and the connected are doing fine. Ordinary citizens can't get by the day. Sometimes the entire day is spent trying to find food. http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2016/05/the-empty-cupboards-of-venezuelas-families/482949/ Healthcare is "free" and "universal" but the government can't provide the necessary tools and supplies necessary to treat patients, so babies die for want of care. State businesses are filled with cronies and incompetent and a country rich in resources can't provide power to its citizens. So, come on socialism fans. Tell us about this latest in a long line of failures of the concept how it just wasn't done right this time. NEXT time, it'll be done right. Why, lets just try it here in the US. THEN we'll get it right and everyone will have his own personal unicorn.