If the “Elder Stateman” and the “Conscience” of America’s (and Hialeah’s) MAJORITY political party can both say it–Why not some riff-raff of a baseball manager?

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“We greeted each other as old friends, (Jimmy Carter upon greeting Fidel Castro last year)

“In 2002, we received him warmly,” Fidel reciprocated. “Now, I reiterated to him our respect and esteem.”

“Castro is very shy and sensitive, I frankly liked him and regard him as a friend.” George McGovern after his first Cuban visit in 1975.

Hialeah residents skew 57.810% Democratic. Two of the most respected figures in their political party are on record for REPEATED and apparently SINCERE references to Fidel Castro no worse than Ozzie Guillen’s off-the-cuff quip.

Neither the “Elder Statesman” nor the “Conscience” of the Political party to which the overwhelming majority of Hialeah residents owe their allegiance has apologized for comments made–NOT ex-officio (which would be excusable in the name of official diplomacy)–but as private citizens.

(Oye pero la verdad que a este Fontova le encanta JODER!)

2 thoughts on “If the “Elder Stateman” and the “Conscience” of America’s (and Hialeah’s) MAJORITY political party can both say it–Why not some riff-raff of a baseball manager?”

  1. “Hialeah residents skew 57.810% Democratic.” Umm, that doesn’t sound right. Wasn’t Hialeah named one of the most conservative cities in America just a few years back?

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