Chihuahuas!!! Chihuahuas!!!


Dear Mr. Moral Authority over at Stuck on Perpetual Whining,

The last time a fellow Cuban called me a derrogatory name was back in 1968 when an entire town of “neighbors and friends” pelted me and my family with rocks, bottles, rotten fruits and everything else they could get their hands on while yelling, in unison, “Gusanos! Gusanos!”

You sure have come a long way, eh baby?

Tell you what, you keep on perpetuating the lie along with insults and innuendo, and we’ll just keep shoving the reality down your throat. That OK with you, sugarplum?

And, as far as Democrats having a Cuba “policy,” could you go ahead and tell us what that is, how it hasnt been tried in the past and how, exactly, it’s supposed to work? Cause I hear a lot of banshees a-howlin’, but I dont do alarmist ignore the reality pandering Newspeak.


Val “The Intransigent Chihuahua” Prieto

Update: Um, still waiting on the Democrat Cuba policy, sweetcakes. I know it takes some time to reach us itty bitty heel nipping chihuahuas down here in the trenches, especially from the acme of that ivory tower, but being as you have essentially pledged your unwavering support of same, snookums, dont you think you ought to at least let us rabid mini-canines know, exactly, what that is?

9 thoughts on “Chihuahuas!!! Chihuahuas!!!”

  1. Thanks for continuing to remind me why I don’t waste my time over at that blog anymore.

    Coming from someone who used to read that blog no a daily basis and tried to keep it civil over there…trust me, it just isn’t worth it, folks.

  2. Robert,

    Up until today, I had a slight disdain for the lethargic duo, but with Mr. Vamos a Cuba making that chihuahua reference today, it’s grown to an all out digust. What a pathetic pair.

    And the absolute beauty of it all, in all its splendor, is that theyre the progressives! The liberals that are supposed to be oh so tolerant!

  3. Stop it Val, you’re tempting me to visit that blog!

    This whole song and dance from “el duo” has me thinking of the famous quote from Hamlet:

    “Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing”.

    Not bad for a conservative neanderthal. eh?

  4. Actually it’s from Macbeth (Act 5, Scene 4):

    Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player
    That struts and frets his hour upon the stage
    And then is heard no more: it is a tale
    Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
    Signifying nothing.

    When one conservative Neanderthal knuckle-dragger corrects another on Shakespeare, does he get a promotion to Cro-magnon?

  5. Thank you, oh supreme sage of the Cro-Magnons!

    I just thought of that a few minutes ago and realized I had the wrong Shakespeare piece. Still, close enough for a mere Neanderthal, right?

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