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January 30, 2009

History Was Made!

It was estimated that 1.5 million loyal "O"Bama supporters attended his coronation, I mean inauguration!
The largest and most expensive in US history, by far! 

Luckily, only 14 of them missed work.

January 22, 2009

My Feelings Exactly!

The Daily Mail (United Kingdom) wrote this editorial about Obama on 1/6/2009.

 Obama's Victory--A British view 

     A victory for the hysterical Oprah Winfrey, the mad racist preacher
Jeremiah Wright, the US mainstream media who abandoned any sense of
objectivity long ago, Europeans who despise America largely because they
depend on her, comics who claim to be dangerous and fearless but would not
dare attack genuinely powerful special interest groups. A victory for
Obama-worshippers everywhere. A victory for the cult of the cult. A man who
has done little with his life but has written about his achievements as if
he had found the cure for cancer in between winning a marathon and building
a nuclear reactor with his teeth. Victory for style over substance,
hyperbole over history, rabble-raising over reality.

    A victory for Hollywood , the most dysfunctional community in the world.
Victory for Streisand, Spielberg, Soros, Moore, and Sarandon. Victory for
those who prefer welfare to will and interference to independence.  For
those who settle for group think and herd mentality rather than those who
fight for individual initiative and the right to be out of step with meager
political fashion.

    Victory for a man who is no friend of freedom.  He and his people have
already stated that media has to be controlled so as to be balanced, without
realizing the extraordinary irony within that statement. Like most liberal
zealots, the Obama worshippers constantly speak of Fox and Limbaugh, when
the vast bulk of television stations and newspapers are drastically liberal
and anti-conservative. Senior Democrat Chuck Schumer said that just as
pornography should be censored, so should talk radio. In other words, one of
the few free and open means of popular expression may well be cornered and
beaten by bullies who even in triumph cannot tolerate any criticism and
opposition. A victory for those who believe the state is better qualified to
raise children than the family, for those who prefer teachers' unions to
teaching and for those who are naively convinced that if the West is
sufficiently weak towards its enemies, war and terror will dissolve as
quickly as the tears on the face of a leftist celebrity. A victory for
social democracy even after most of Europe has come to the painful
conclusion that social democracy leads to mediocrity, failure, unemployment,
inflation, higher taxes and economic stagnation. A victory for intrusive
lawyers, banal sentimentalists, social extremists and urban snobs.
Congratulations America !

January 18, 2009

Pesky Little Problem Won't Disappear!

That nagging little detail of the Arrogant Fraud Elect's birthplace will not go away! I can imagine the conversation between the Fraud Elect and his handlers going like this. "What the f*#K do you mean I may have to prove where I was born!"
"You assholes made those three America hating communists I was friends with disappear from the radar but you can't fake a F*&^king BIRTH CERTIFICATE?"

January 16, 2009

Miracle on The Hudson

January 15, 2009

WTF is Going On!

Not only does "O"bama nominate a tax cheat to head Treasury, but the GOP is DEFENDING him? Independent party, got room for one more?

Obama Nation or Abomination?

The Arrogant Fraud Elect continues to amaze me with his narcissism and hipocrisy. If you ain't pissed by now, have someone close the coffin lid on yer dead ass!

May He Rot In Hell For Eternity

This is by far the best photo of Castro I would ever wish to see. Other than the picture of his corpse of course. A withering, decaying skeleton with empty, lifeless eyes.
Thanks to my friend, Vivian Isern for the link.

January 13, 2009

CubanWahine Gets Her Dander Up!

This was sent to me by a special friend, Sonia Martinez. Sonia resides in Hawaii, (lucky lady) and is a well known cook and author. Her physical distance from our homeland has not diluted her emotions. 
Visit her at http://www.soniatasteshawaii.com/

January 3, 2009

50 Years and STILL Nothing to Celebrate

Got this from my cousin Gus Sed. It is a perfect example of the type of reporting, (by a supposedly respectable organization,) that led to the election of the Arrogant Fraud Elect.

CNN takes as gospel the COMPLETE AND TOTAL BULLSHIT fed to it by the Cuban government puppets. Statements such as "Cuba is a global medical power," and "Free healthcare and education" are parroted by these fools as gospel without the slightest investigation or corroboration!

At least we can take solace in the fact that the Arrogant Fraud Elect will soon become this same medias "bitch" once the honeymoon is over. These types, after all, eat their own.

HAVANA, Cuba (CNN) -- Thursday marks the 50th anniversary of the Cuban revolution, when Fidel Castro and a group of guerrillas toppled a longstanding U.S.-backed dictator.

A Cuban youth passes a Havana storefront poster touting the 50th anniversary of Fidel Castro's Cuban revolution.
But January 1, 1959, was a long time ago. In Cuba today, when people refer to "the revolution," they often mean the country's aging, established government.
After so many years, people's hopes for the revolution's future are hardly revolutionary.
"I hope that it continues to move forward, because this country needs development. We're really behind," said a student who did not give his name.
"More opportunities in the economy and in transportation," another man said.
But there was a time when the goals were much loftier.
In the first days of 1959, when Castro and his bearded rebels rolled into Havana on tanks and other captured vehicles, they talked of sweeping changes -- an end to corruption, justice for the poor and independence from foreign domination.

A half-century later, their achievements are a mixed bag.
The government often points to free health care as a measure of its success.
"Cuba is a global medical power," said Joaquín García Salabarría, the vice minister of public health. "Nobody can doubt that."
Also touted by the government: education. Literacy rates are among the world's highest, and access to higher education is widespread.

But students question why they can't travel freely, and why their access to the Internet is so limited.
Most Cubans can barely make ends meet, and while the government blames a U.S. trade embargo imposed in 1962, critics say it's just bad management. They say the gains of the revolution have come at too heavy a cost.
Dissident groups say Cuba holds more than 200 political prisoners, an accusation the government denies.

Television, radio and newspapers are all controlled by the state.
Cuba marks the 50th anniversary of the revolution with a new president, Raul Castro, who officially took the reins in February because of the prolonged illness of his brother, Fidel Castro.
But this year, Raul Castro faced three devastating hurricanes, rising prices for food imports and plummeting prices for nickel, one of Cuba's most important exports.

In a speech this week, the president warned Cubans -- who on average earn the equivalent of less than $20 a month -- to prepare for belt-tightening.
"The accounts don't square up," Raul Castro told the National Assembly. "You have to act with realism and adjust the dreams to the true possibilities."
That pragmatic approach is a far cry from the idealism in the early days of the revolution led by his brother.
"I think that celebrations of the 50th anniversary are also marked by a real sense that sustaining this experiment and institutionalizing it is going to require major, major lifting in a very short term by the people running the country today," said Julia Sweig of the Council on Foreign Relations.

That, in turn, could mean making changes to deal with a new environment. But, ironically, change is about the last thing people here expect from the revolution.