Friday, June 06, 2008


It's gonna be a long five months

I'm going to make a prediction: From now until election day, anyone who dares criticize B. Hussein Obama, in any way, is going to be labled a "racist" by his supporters. This ain't mere conjecture on my part. It's happening already:

"An e-mail that has been circulating since last week has Democrats and even some Republicans up in arms, accusing the Republican Party of Florida of using racism in the presidential campaign--specifically against Barack Obama's Campaign.

"The e-mail contains a doctored photo of Fidel Castro holding a poster of Barack Obama. At the top of the photo are the words, 'I love this guy.' The caption below the picture says, 'Fidel Castro Endorses Obama.' A South Florida Democrat running for Congress is accusing the state GOP of invoking the race card into the presidential contest. Joe Garcia, of Miami, is challenging Republican U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart."

I really don't know why Garcia's complaining. I mean, Castro did recently say a lot of kind things about B. Hussein in Cuba's Commie-controlled newspaper:

What did [Obama] say in his speech in Miami, this man who is doubtless, from the social and human points of view, the most progressive candidate to the U.S. presidency?

"'For two hundred years,' [Obama] said, 'the United States has made it clear that we won't stand for foreign intervention in our hemisphere. But every day, all across the Americas, there is a different kind of struggle --not against foreign armies, but against the deadly threat of hunger and thirst, disease and despair. That is not a future that we have to accept --not for the child in Port au Prince or the family in the highlands of Peru. We can do better. We must do better. (…) We cannot ignore suffering to our south, nor stand for the globalization of the empty stomach.'"

A magnificent description of imperialist globalization: the globalization of empty stomachs! We ought to thank him for it.

Oh, and if you're still not convinced 'bout the Obama-Cuba, er, connection, check out these pictures from Obama's Houston, Texas office:

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