Venezuelan politics get personal, divide families

In this photo taken April 30, 2013, Jose Pastano, 71, speaks during an interview at his house in Caracas, Venezuela. In a country evenly split between the ruling party and opposition, countless families have been torn apart by political divisions. The retired bus mechanic chided his children for backing Venezuela's opposition, calling them ungrateful for all that the late President Hugo Chavez had done for the country during his 14 years in power. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — A portrait of Hugo Chavez stared down from a black metal frame as Jose Pastano sipped coffee after dinner with his sons in the slum house he shares with 17 relatives on the western edge of the capital.