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“Che Guevara an emblem of freedom,” says U.S. State Dept

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It's sad how often we're forced to use this pic on Babalu posts!

Imagine the MSM snarkiness and uproar if somewhere in Sarah Palin’s e-mail garbage bins they scrounged up an item where she equates Internet freedom with the co-founder of the regime that Freedom House rates as among the three most repressive on Earth against the Internet, where bloggers were being jailed and tortured for the crime of blogging while she wrote the message. Because, in fact, Cubans were being jailed and tortured for blogging while the U.S. State Department’s senior advisor on “Internet freedom” hailed the Cuban regime’s co-founder as the emblem of Internet freedom.

Imagine the media snarkiness and uproar if Sarah Palin claimed that “dictatorships are now more vulnerable” then equated the co-founder of the most enduring Stalinist dictatorship in modern history with the enemy of dictatorships.

Imagine the MSM uproar and snarkiness if Sarah Palin linked “the devolution of power from the nation state to the individual” with a man who worshipped Joseph Stalin, who signed his correspondence “Stalin II,” who as chief KGB liaison for a Stalinist regime proclaimed that “Individualism must disappear!

Our friends at The Daily Caller help inform with items not well known outside Miami-Dade.

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