Sunday, October 12, 2008

Another One in Obama's Camp

The Maximum Leader -- or whichever actor they have playing him these days -- obviously has no confidence in the drive-by media's ability to sway the election in favor of Obama. But he has, for their benefit, diagnosed America's ailment: in his words: "profound racism." A charter member of the Julianne Malveaux Fan Club, Castro -- or his Doppelgänger -- declares that millions of whites "cannot reconcile themselves to the idea that a black person ... could occupy the White House, which is called just that: white."

A distinguished expert in race relations in a country he has seldom visited -- except for purposes of denouncing and insulting her at the United Nations -- Castro solemnly pronounces: it is "a miracle that the Democratic candidate hasn't suffered the same luck as Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and others who harbored dreams of equality and justice." This from the founder of the Cuban Revolutionary Paradise, where it is a miracle when anyone having the temerity to disagree with El Supremo hasn't suffered the same (or worse) luck as the aforementioned assassinated leaders.

In the same story, AP reports that Castro describes John McCain as "bellicose." Based on this and on the description of Obama as being among those who "harbored dreams of equality and justice," we have the Communist regime of Cuba on record as opposing McCain and supporting Obama in the upcoming election. Shouldn't that tell us everything we need to know about whom to vote for this November?

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