That’s good enough for me!

It seems that el comandante has some advice for the voters in the US. He happens to like two candidates to be part of a winning ticket in 2008. Who are his recommendations? Why Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Hussein Obama, of course. These are castro’s candidates! (He he he) OK, I give in, I’ll vote for those two progressives, those bastions of liberalism, tolerance and compassion. Thanks, fidel!

Ailing Cuban leader Fidel Castro is tipping Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama to team up and win the U.S. presidential election.
Clinton leads Obama in the race to be the Democratic nominee for the November 2008 election, and Castro said they would make a winning combination.
“The word today is that an apparently unbeatable ticket could be Hillary for president and Obama as her running mate,” he wrote in an editorial column on U.S. presidents published on Tuesday by Cuba’s Communist Party newspaper, Granma.

“He” wrote? Who? Who “he”? Is his amanuensis Alarcon, Raul, who?

Castro has not appeared in public since intestinal illness forced him to hand over power to his brother Raul Castro in July last year.
He has turned to writing dozens of columns and essays, but rumors that his health is worsening or that he may even be dead have swirled through the Cuban exile community in Miami in the last two weeks.

They’ve swirled all right. Just like the stuff in his bed pan.

Castro said former President Bill Clinton was “really kind” when he bumped into him and the two men shook hands at a U.N. summit meeting in 2000. He also praised Clinton for sending elite police to “rescue” shipwrecked Cuban boy Elian Gonzalez from the home of his Miami relatives in 2000 to end an international custody battle.

“Really kind.” Thanks, Bill. I’m glad you weren’t mean to him. And my favorite paragraph, the punch-line of the article:

He said his favorite U.S. president since 1959 was Jimmy Carter, another Democrat, because he was not an “accomplice” to efforts to violently overthrow the Cuban government.

He’s my favorite, too.
OK, so let’s recap: Hillary? Check. Barack Hussein? Check. Bill Clinton? Check. Jimmy Carter? Check. Here’s a quiz for you boys and girls: What political party do all of these people belong to?
This is why I’ll never, ever, ever, never, ever, never, never vote for a Democrat.

12 thoughts on “That’s good enough for me!”

  1. The 1992 Torricelli Act was the most severe legislation against the Castro Dictatorship since the bay of Pigs. The Torricelli Act made the economic embargo on Cuba´s castro more severe than it had previously been. It prevented food and medicine from being shipped to Cuba. The only exception was humanitarian aid.
    In addition, it began the Track II program. This program was meant to support anti-Castro groups in Cuba.
    Could you please let me know what party did Mr Torricelli belonged to?

  2. George,
    You must read this if you haven’t
    It is connected to Norman Hsu, a big time contributor to the Dems.
    snippet of the article
    One of the biggest sources of political donations to Hillary Rodham Clinton is a tiny, lime-green bungalow that lies under the flight path from San Francisco International Airport.
    Six members of the Paw family, each listing the house at 41 Shelbourne Ave. as their residence, have donated a combined $45,000 to the Democratic senator from New York since 2005, for her presidential campaign, her Senate re-election last year and her political action committee. In all, the six Paws have donated a total of $200,000 to Democratic candidates since 2005, election records show.
    It isn’t obvious how the Paw family is able to afford such political largess. Records show they own a gift shop and live in a 1,280-square-foot house that they recently refinanced for $270,000. William Paw, the 64-year-old head of the household, is a mail carrier with the U.S. Postal Service who earns about $49,000 a year, according to a union representative. Alice Paw, also 64, is a homemaker. The couple’s grown children have jobs ranging from account manager at a software company to “attendance liaison” at a local public high school. One is listed on campaign records as an executive at a mutual fund.

  3. I am going start calling the Reuters and AP press in Cuba, “GRANMA INTERNACIONAL”, for their PARROTING and BLIND ACCEPTANCE to the CASTRO MAFIA’s idiotic and embacillic pronounciations adinfinitum, including the farse of .
    Here’s a synopsis of the this current piece from ‘GRANMA INTERNACIONAL’ giving the unquestioned credibility to this farce:
    “…Castro is tipping Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama to team up…”
    “…Castro said”
    “…he wrote”
    “…He has turned to writing”
    “…Castro said”
    “…He said his favorite U.S. president since 1959 was Jimmy Carter”

  4. the National DNC are Socialist at heart, no matter how they have to mask it with language. It’s common sense as to why Castro would be on their side, as usual. Blue Dog dems are rare on the national level.

  5. Most Dems would kiss his ass, er, colostomy bag, Tango. Please, who’s kidding who here? You may hate him, but your Party bigwigs support him by virture of their policies.

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