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Sunday, May 21, 2006

Sure sign of freedom in Cuba

Many Hollywood celebrities and liberal college elites can't say enough good things about Fidel Castro. This lovefest that permeates the liberal pop culture in America is enough to both boggle the mind and trigger a gag reflex. Such is their hatred of the American capitalistic system that has made many of them millions, they are willing to praise a tyrranical dictator with blood on his hands.

How can these elites look at the recent news story of Castro's doctor and continue to embrace such a fiend? The doctor has given a full exam of Fidel and come out declaring he will live to 140!! Why this doctor should be made the poster boy of the freedom of expression for Cuba. Where a handful among billions today may reach just below 120, this doctor defies reason and boasts of 20 years more. Can anyone give an explanation other than fear that would cause this doctor to voluntarily choose to become an international laughing-stock? It must make folks like Oliver Stone proud to have given such praise to Fidel to see this poor doctor cowering in fear that any statement regarding Castro's health could be his last. Don't look now liberals, laughing-stock syndrome is contagious.


  • At 1:08 AM, Blogger Mark said…

    It's an obvious fact, at least to me, that free society and free market capitalism is the best (most effective in the pursuit of the "good life") system yet conceived.

    I love most of the crazy, weird, and even laughable pop-culture our freedom has created. It's great that there's no restriction of duping people into thinking Castro is neat and Che Guevara is an idol. What's even better is that I'm free to call those commie-lovers a bunch of idiots!

  • At 7:39 AM, Blogger LASunsett said…

    When the old Soviet leaders were on their death beds, we were all told they had a cold. Next thing you know they were dead.

    Castro is taking a bolder approach, he has his doctor say that he will practically live forever. This does not give them a lot of wiggle room when Castro does die, not like the colds did the Soviets.

  • At 8:46 AM, Blogger All_I_Can_Stands said…

    mark, I certainly don't want to deny free speech to these people. My hope is that there is enough counter-balance out there to keep it from spreading too far. In South America there certainly is not enough countering the communist line and recent elections are showing that.

    LA, we can only wish he was on death's door. I don't wish that for many people, but his death may finally be the catalyst to relieve the suffering and oppression in Cuba.

  • At 7:54 PM, Blogger Mark said…

    I don't think you do want to deny speech. I was just kind of making a bad joke...

    Communism fails. We've seen it in history more than a few times. China has a jumbled mix of capitalism and dictatorial government. I'm probably naive, but I don't see communism making any sort of play again for relevance in the world apart from a few presidents in South America who get infatuated with Castro and anti-Americanism. And I'm sorry I don't have the time right now to give points to support - this just my gut feeling.

  • At 9:47 PM, Blogger All_I_Can_Stands said…

    mark, I hope you are right.

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