Romeo, Romeo, where forth art thou, Romeo?


From the Senate hearings on the nomination of Mari Carmen Aponte for the Ambassadorship to El Salvador:

“Between 1982 and 1994, I was romantically involved with a Cuban American. It was a romantic relationship. In the course of that relationship, he had some contacts with the Cuban Interests Section that arose out of volunteer work that he did for Cuban Americans, who like himself, wanted to travel to Cuba to see relatives,” Aponte said

“Because we were dating, were a couple, on occasion we would go out with other couples from the Cuban Interests Section who helped him and facilitated the paperwork. They were all social contacts. There came a time when the relationship was not working out. We finally broke up in 1994. In 1993, in the Clinton administration, I was visited by the FBI who wanted to discuss the relationship with me,” she said.

“He” had “some contacts” in the “Cuban Interests Section” and “on occasion” they would go out with “other couples from the Cuban Interests Section” who “helped him” and “facilitated the paperwork.”

Aponte said she attempted to follow up with the FBI over their questions and they dropped the issue of the polygraph, instead asking her to arrange a second meeting with Tamayo.

“They asked instead to meet with Mr. Tamayo at a second location, and they asked if I would set up the meeting. I did. They met, and shortly thereafter the relationship ended, and I never saw him again or saw anybody from the Cuban Interests Section again.”

The FBI and Mr. Average Jose Cuban-American with “some contacts” in the “Cuban Interests Section”, who only “helped him” and “facilitated his paperwork”, meet and the relationship ends “shortly thereafter” and she “never sees him again.”

Because, you know, the Cuban government would never, ever, try to place agents in the US, and especially the US government or anything like that. That’s simply unheard of!

I mean, seriously, one look at that picture above and it’s perfectly clear to me – perfectly crystal clear – that Mr. Average Jose-Im-Not-A-DGI-Agent was completely and totally like, you know, head over heels in love!

It was that nasty FBI that scared him off! Poor fellow. Those Federal Agents should be ashamed of themselves! Dont they know love is what it’s all about?

3 thoughts on “Romeo, Romeo, where forth art thou, Romeo?”

  1. No es por nada, pero — have you all seen the real, makeup free photos of this woman? No airbrush can fix it. No hay quien le meta el diente – which is probably a reflection of what’s inside the skin. Only a desperate, “get-me-outta-here” type would try it…. let me stop.

  2. Another “payback” appointment by “The O” . . . here’s a good article by Ben Shapiro on “Paying Off ‘La Raza'”:

    BTW, her current housemate is her close friend and Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor . . . Birds of a feather … 😉

    I wish you well 🙂 Melek

    “Half the harm that is done in this world is due to people who want to feel important. They don’t mean to do harm– but the harm does not interest them. Or they do not see it, or they justify it because they are absorbed in the endless struggle to think well of themselves.”~ T. S. Eliot

  3. So who was this so Called Cuban american ? ,not a DGI agent but wanted to travel to Cuba, since I have a long list of DGI agents even from back in the 1970s.
    Some left by the famous Reverendo Manuel Espinoza.

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