Thursday, July 26, 2007

An Exchange Between Castro and Our Editor

From the "Klotz" as in "Blood" Blog: An Exchange Between Castro (masquerading as one of his victims) and Manuel A. Tellechea:


"Anay Machado González" Says:

You know who I’m angry at, Manuel? The boat driver who didn’t stop when the US Coast Guard told him to. I would still be alive, maybe back in Cuba, but alive, nonetheless, and able to try again to come to this glorious country.

A glorious country that you, by the way, have no problem spitting on at every opportunity. You show neither this country nor its institutions any respect and consider yourself a Cuban before an American.

I have a perpetual headache, Manuel, but it’s only made worse when I read the words of an ungrateful bastard like you.

When are you going to start acting like a real American? People are literally dying to get to your country and you do nothing but impugn it.

Shame on you.
July 25th, 2007 at 9:38 pm



Manuel A. Tellechea Says:

Does Fidel Castro have no shame? Not content to have murdered twenty myriads of his countrymen and created in the waters of the Florida Straits the largest cemetery for Cubans in the world, now he is robbing the dead of their voices and pretending to channel messages from the beyond. How shameless and sad! And to think, that in his cruelty and cynicism, he should make Anay defend the country that was complicit with hers in her murder!

The Statue of Liberty, “The Mother of Exiles,” was never intended to represent what Clinton and Bush have forced her to represent.

What has America become when refugees from tyranny are hunted like animals on the high seas, beaten and killed for the crime of desiring to be free? What has America become when it agrees to act as Castro’s enforcer and executioner? What has America become when it smears its own hands with the blood of Castro’s victims?

We who call her to account for her conduct, who appeal to her better instincts, who wish her again to represent what she once represented to the world — a beacon of hope and freedom — are the real patriots, even if we were not born in this country (nor, in my case, regard it as mine).

Let Castro continue to sing the praises of George Bush’s America, since it is made to order for his needs, aids and abets his survival. Let him be as sentimental about his old hunting companion as he wishes. Men of honor can only regard his praise of this country as the death knell of America as a haven for the world’s oppressed and persecuted.
July 26th, 2007 at 7:04 am

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5 comments:

Steve ("Klotz" As In "Blood") said...

Speaking of mysterious admirers, check out THIS high-class Mensa candidate's comment and follow it to his "blog": http://www.steveklotz.com/blog/?p=787#comment-16810

Great god, where are all the sewers from which all these critters emerge?

Steve ("Klotz" As In "Blood") said...

Speaking of mysterious admirers, check out THIS high-class Mensa candidate's comment and follow it to his "blog": http://www.steveklotz.com/blog/?p=787#comment-16810

Great god, where are all the sewers from which all these critters emerge?

mamey said...

It's more likely a village idiot loose in South Florida. Could it be the same one who confused Zapatero with Spain?

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Mamey:

Noble name, mamey.

The same guy that confused Zapatero for Spain also confused Sting and The Police for a relevant entity. I hear he may next try to woo Boy George to our side. His British, too, you know. That BUCL campaign should cost all of $10.00.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Steve:

I have left the Mensa candidate a comment on your blog:

How is it possible to start a parody blog without a sense of humor? Clearly, it isn’t possible, as B.F.’s blog well attests to. What is sad is that the combined efforts of Babalú blog’s 12 (count them!) co-editors could only produce this feeble effort. I took pity on them and added their bad joke to my blogroll. The funniest thing of all is that Val Prieto hailed this sophomoric exercise as my “comeupance” [sic] on Babalú. I am frankly embarrassed to have such puny enemies.