Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Questions of loyalty

Are you really a communist deep down inside?

Do you worry when you read Frank Calzon saying that those who want to end travel restrictions are “inclined to give tyranny the benefit of the doubt” and are “willing to make concessions to Havana?”

And when Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen writes that legislation to permit unrestricted travel, or just to open up educational travel to Cuba, are “pro-Castro amendments,” do you think she could be right?

Well, you can relax.

Just read and take to heart this generous closing line of a Diario las Americas editorial:

“Incidentally, it is fair to say that there are individuals who are not communists, even very worthy persons, who oppose the embargo.”


Anonymous said...

Why, some of my best friends are embargo-lifting communist pig-dogs!

Fantomas said...


Phil Peters said...

En serio, Fantomas?

Y a esos 50K Marines, quienes prescindirian de sus meses de descanso entre sus periodos de combate en Iraq, les daremos instrucciones de llamarte por telefono una vez que todo este arregladito en Cuba?

Fantomas said...

phil los democratas traeran a los muchachos de Iraq by mid march 2008

despues de eso los descansamos en para de semanas estaran listos

ademas en cuba eso va a ser un piece of cake no como iraq, recuerda en nuestra cultura no nos implosionamos

Por 48 años los seudo conocedores del tema cubano han hablado y siguen hablando tanta baba HOY como el propio fidel

Basta ya de intelectualismo, de conjeturas, llego ya la hora de la contrarrevolucion

Ayer una persona que conozco me dijo...enrique no pierdas tu tiempo mas en eso de los blogs, sal a disfrutar la vida una vez muerto fidel el regimen no dura 3 meses...

wishful thinking ... phil pero puede pasar..el efecto domino

Fantomas said...

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The Iraqi government is achieving only spotty military and political progress, the Bush administration conceded Thursday in an assessment that war critics quickly seized on as confirmation of their dire warnings. Within hours, the House voted to withdraw U.S. troops by spring.
The House measure passed 223-201 in the Democratic-controlled chamber despite a veto threat from President Bush, who has ruled out any change in war policy before September.

Peters para que goces un rato..My sources inside the Pentagon are very well informed