The Ghost of Snapped Shot

Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.

Preparing for the Big Announcement?

Man, from the looks of this caption, the press has already begun mourning ol' Addidas Suit:

People walk past an image of Cuba's President Fidel Castro in Havana, Friday, Jan. 5, 2007. Once a mostly a solo performance by Fidel Castro, the leadership of communist Cuba has changed dramatically in the five months since Castro was sidelined by illness, giving new starring roles to other Cubans leaders[sic]. (AP Photo/ Javier Galeano)

Talk about putting lipstick on a pig! "Giving new starring roles to other Cubans?" Hello?! It's a dictatorship, stupid! There are no "leaders" in Cuba that haven't been picked directly by Castro himself, so it's not exactly like you're getting fresh blood in there. Fortunately for the civilized world, all of these Cubans who are suddenly thrust into the spotlight are also geriatric, so the odds do seem to be good that Cuba will be joining the 20th century very soon!

(For more on the deplorable state of Fidel's revolution, I highly recommend checking out the information at The Real Cuba. Nobody has singlehandedly done more to utterly destroy--"sovietize," in my parlance--a nation than Fidel has. Well, other than the Soviets, that is.)


You can bank on this, folks: Castro is as good as dead. Even if he's on life support in Spain, he ain't gonna be running the show in Cuba any more, and with any luck, when the Geriatric Princes finally decide how they're gonna break the news of his death to the Cuban citizens, it's not gonna be pretty for the ruling elite over there.

It couldn't happen to a nicer bunch of thugs!

 Tags: javier galeano castro AP #Dictatorship


#1 abraham 06-Jan-2007
Eat it, Charlie Johnson:
#2 Brian 06-Jan-2007
What's the matter? Couldn't get a login on LGF to post this drivel?

It's certainly waaaaaay off-topic in the current article.

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