(CNN) -- In the wake of his decision to devalue Venezuela's currency, President Hugo Chavez on Sunday said he would put the military on the streets to ensure that business owners don't raise prices....
The president blamed such lines on "teleterror," saying that opposition media outlets were fueling a panic.
He encouraged people to publicly denounce businesses where prices increase and threatened to expropriate businesses that do.
The government would transfer ownership of such businesses to the workers, Chavez said.
Defacto Martial Law, more reason to restrict non-gov't approved media, and confiscate businesses that try to not go bankrupt all in one swoop.
The man's a genius.
Hat tip to Mike W. of Another Gun Blog