“[Castro] has been a mythological figure to the left-wing press since the 1950s. For 40 years they’ve chosen to ignore the repressive nature of this Stalinist regime that has done so much to try to harm America.” — Brent Bozell
“Obama’s dirty deal with Raul [Castro] will make the worst president in American history Castro’s new best friend … This was not a prisoner exchange. This was a Communist bailout … The Castro regime is on its last legs. Its sponsors in Moscow and Caracas are going bankrupt due to failing energy prices. The last hope of the Butcher of Havana was a bailout from Washington D.C. And that’s exactly what Obama gave him.” — Daniel Greenfield
“Obama is a tyrant the same way FDR was a tyrant. He has a view of presidential power that states: the government is in control of the country, and the president is in charge of the government. He’s taken an imperial view of the presidency.” — David Mamet
Who knows, maybe the old Soviet Union will make a comeback and Obama can re-establish diplomatic relations with them too. First Fidel, then the heirs of ol’ Nick Kruschchev, then missiles aimed at Miami. What the heck, he’s already helping the Iranians aim theirs.
Our befuddled media mavens, ideological descendants of the same ’50s scriveners who refused to admit that Castro was a commie until he admitted it himself, are naturally wetting their “unbiased” pink panties over Obama’s Cuban initiative. They, of course, are the same noisome crew who crowed “We’re All Socialists Now!” in 2009, as Red Barry prepared to boldly go where no U.S. president had gone before — on his first global apology tour. Six years later, with an unbroken string of domestic and foreign policy disasters on the presidential rap sheet, you’d think they’d know better than to continue to put their faith in the man who handed much of the Middle East over to a gang of crucifixated, decapitating goat molesters, unilaterally laid a welcome mat over our southern border, refused to enforce any law he found ideologically suspect, and ran our already untenable national debt up by $7 trillion or so dollars. Which is a lot of moola, even if a buck today will only buy you what 4 cents did in 1914.
Unless you like overpriced cigars, this is bound to be a bad deal for Americans.
- Obama Intends to Lift Several Restrictions Against Cuba on His Own
- Miami Cubans slam ‘betrayal’ by Obama: ‘He is more communist than others’
- Obama, An Anatomy Of A Liar And A Traitor
- Obama Apologizes to Castro