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realclearworld

Believe it

We warned everybody in 2008. Nobody listened.

Fox News put together a panel of small business owners who also affiliate themselves with the Tea Party, one of which is a Cuban man who immigrated to this country 50 years ago to get away from socialism. While all of them took offense at being labeled as terrorists, the man from Cuba says he’s seen this playbook before and he never thought he would see freedom in jeopardy here in America.

5 comments to Believe it

  • asombra

    Just DON'T blame Obama. Blame those who elected him.

  • pototo

    Asombra,
    And blame the ignorant Cubans that voted for him after having run away from castro. I have some of those fools in my own family. For the life of me I cannot understand how that is possible.

  • FreedomForCuba

    Ditto pototo,

    To scape Castro's Cuba and to come to America to vote for Obama is unforgivable...

    To be a Cuban-American that left Cuba and supports Obama it unforgivable too...

  • Jewbana66

    I have a few of those in my family too. One in particular would like to gnaw off that voting finger.

  • asombra

    Pototo, ignorance could be forgiven. It's considerably worse than that.