The supermodel must be crushed to hear that wannabe-dictator Hugo Chavez's bid to become the next Castro was rejected by Venezuelan voters.
The so-called reform package would have established new types of communal property, let Chavez handpick local leaders under a redrawn political map and suspended civil liberties during extended states of emergency. Chavez could've also stayed in power indefinitely.
Instead, he'll be out of office in 2012, good news for those who embrace human rights and freedom of the press.
Meanwhile, Danny Glover is demanding a recount.