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Quote of the Day || December 18, 2014

“Thank goodness. Obama finally gave me what every bastard wants: Legitimacy.”

– Raul Castro

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

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20 Responses to Quote of the Day || December 18, 2014

  1. Mandy Manners December 17, 2014 at 9:00 am
    Alan Gross finally is coming home! Hallelujah!

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    Mandy Manners December 17, 2014 at 9:36 am
    Fox is reporting that FCMABBHO will address his release at noon, and that Raúl Castro will do the same thing at the same time in Havana. What’s up with that?

  2. One of the most cowardly acts by major weathly company owner. It is the Federal Govt. to protect our freedom of speach. May be tip of iceburg. So many people that hack. If the people(hackers) are American, they have to be found and held responsible.
    A couple of comments made by Judge Napolitano on Fox this morning.

  3. In all seriousness, it is very likely in my view that Obama will come up with some sort of “repatriation” agreement with Castro concerning Cuban exiles, as he doesn’t want to deal with anti-Communist vote splitters in one of his “safe” constituencies that may have the audacity to suggest that “Hispanics” are not a monolithic, pro-Democrat group.

    My guess is that he will withdraw “touchbase” asylum from them unlaterally, and they become the one group that he IS willing to deport. Castro will make noises about healing, etc., and say he is open to their ideas, al la Mao’s “let a thousand flowers bloom” speech – then he will do what tyrants do with dissidents sometime after the news cycle moves on, viz. China and Hong Kong…

    They will also find some OTHER way to de-legitimzie them. Much as the Left says you can be disqualified from being “Black” for your political opinions (ask Condeleeza Rice, Herman Cain, and Ohio’s own Ken Blackwell about how that works), so they will probably misrepresent this group as somehow not “Hispanic” enough. Remember George Zimmerman? I don’t believe I had ever heard the phrase “White Hispanic” before the government/media complex needed to somehow negate Mr. Zimmerman’s heritage in order to bring about the desired racially charged paradigm that the President prefers. Look for something like that as the exile community becomes a thorn in Obama’s very thin flesh…

    As for “legitimacy”? Obama has none, so why not validate a political soul mate in order to have a mutual prop-up society? Birds of a feather…

  4. OT In addition to Kelly Ayotte, another great disappointment is Jeff Flake. That boy must be a Dem — he sure did a good job hoodwinking people.