Fontova takes on Rather, Peters and Sherritt, etal

Note to Dan rather: Humberto’s got your frequency, right here.

Recall the Elian Gonzalez tragedy and Dan Rather’s “60 Minutes” interview with Elian’s father, Juan Miguel. America saw an innocent, bewildered and heartsick father simply pleading to be allowed to have his motherless son accompany him back to Cuba, his cherished homeland. How could anyone oppose this? How could simple decency and common sense possibly allow for anything else?

Here’s what America didn’t see.

4 thoughts on “Fontova takes on Rather, Peters and Sherritt, etal”

  1. Rather is, in some respects, the MSM’s Jimmy Carter. He has a highly unrealistic (not to say delusional) image of himself, he’s pathologically self-righteous, he can’t retire and fade out gracefully, and he sure as hell will never admit any wrongdoing. Thanks, CBS.

  2. I was one of the people that believed that Elian Gonzalez should’ve been returned to his father. After reading this article, I change my opinion!

  3. No surprise here, that dude is a dedicated marxist, go back to the 2000 election when Gore threw in the towel it was passed to him in the newsroom just as it happened, his face decomposed, it looked as if pieces were falling off his face….too bad a well directed Viet Cong bullet did not nail his head in Viet-Nam or during the Chinese student revolt.

  4. I’ve had the displeasure of being in the same room with Phil Peters as he gave his ‘expert’ observations on Cuba. It was in 2006, where he’d been invited to a ‘closed door’ Cuba conference at a government institution in DC. I loved it when a senior Administration official basically told him to shut up about ‘dropping the embargo’ and accept the fact that the policy would not change. I guess he was invited to the meeting in order to provide an opposing opinion, but it was sure nice to hear someone put him in his place. Unfortunately, there are way too many bureacrats in our government and military who are willing to buy into Peter’s view that the embargo should be dropped. I can assure you there are many folks in government who want to stand firm against the Castro regime, but they fight a constant battle with other governmental elements that are either unprincipled, naive, apologists, or full-blown supporters of that broke-dick system/regime on the island (read “Shadow Warriors” by Kenneth Timmerman). I sense the day is getting closer when Cuba’s nightmare will collapse of its own weight. However, victory will be suffocated if a Democrat gets into the White House – lets pray it doesn’t happen.

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