While some of what you say is pertinent, some of it is in direct opposition to the movement. We are not trying to establish a communist America. We want a democratic republic that allows for regulated capitalism with ample social programs and social justice. We are not trying to steal from the rich to give to the poor. We are not trying to create a society where every person makes the same amount of money, we are not trying to create a society of absolute collective ownership. We are not interested in ending all private ownership. The positive aspects you mention in your post are not due to communism , but rather, due to social programs and social justice. Communism is too often, incorrectly , used interchangeably for socialism, but not even socialism in this case, as socialism is not what we are trying to establish either, but social programs and social justice. We cannot get these confused and we cannot allow the media and people that are not properly informed to spin that type of misinformation.
On another note, Chavez is an enemy to America. While it is true that poor American leadership has lead to poor relations in that region and has resulted in various negative actions regarding numerous issues. However, Chavez is very anti-American, period. It isn't that he is simply anti-American Imperialism, he hates everything that America was founded on, everything that America stands for in its most noble aspirations, and he hates American freedom, as well as hating Americans in general.
Chavez had plans for Iran in the Latin America region that were geared towards intimidating America and if he had his way, he would destroy America. American's are right to hold animosity towards Chavez, he, not so much dis-similar to the conservative movement in America, works towards establishing a very statist philosophy in governing. He works towards controlling education and the media, trying to instill a very one sided, biased , and often times historically inaccurate rendition of events geared towards discrediting any opposition, despite the fact that the growing opposition holds the truth. Speaking of Chavez in a noble light is very counter-productive in trying to praise social programs and social justice. Chavez works like a dictator, don't let his public showing fool you, look at his policy and his actions. This is not what our movement is about.