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More often than not, the dishonest left-leaning lying communist weasels at Amerika's newspaper of record use the last sentence rule as an excuse to sneak in their own personal opinions.
Today's front-page New York Times article on yesterday's elections in Venezuela, where pineapple-head Hugo "I Smell Dee Devil" Chavez appears to have won 54% percent of the vote, against his opponent Henrique Capriles Radonski's 45%, seems to be no exception to this sneaky journalistic practice.
Consider the last sentence of "Chavez Wins in Venezuela, Holding Off Surge By Opposition," which appeared along with an above-the-fold photo on the front page of today's national edition:
The New York Times: Cool With South American Tyrants Since 2002