It is interesting, though, that Pancier should have mentioned specifically "the law" as one of the areas where the "dolt's" ignorance is particularly refulgent; for yesterday Henry proved it by outing a CIA agent, which is a federal crime punishable by ten years' imprisonment. No doubt there were frantic consultations with Pancier on this subject yesterday, although we do not believe that this is his area of expertise.
Still, it must be a comfort to Val & Henry to have a lawyer on board, though it is unlikely that they will consult him before they leap without looking into legal minefields.
The seams are splitting in all directions at Babalú. Now it is Henry and Reinier "Gusano" Potts who are trading barbs about the presidential race:
Ready to switch parties yet Reinier?
Posted by: Henry "Conductor" Gomez at April 9, 2008 09:51 AM
Ready to vote for McCain, Henry?
Posted by: Gusano at April 9, 2008 09:54 AM
I'm ready to vote for Lincoln Diaz-Balart for congress and donate to him and Mario and Ileana.
Posted by: Henry "Conductor" Gomez at April 9, 2008 10:00 AM
I'll take that as a no then, Mr. Gomez. Can't wait for the Obama-Castro-Chavez summit in Key Biscayne in 2010. Maybe Joe [García] can play translator.
Posted by: Gusano at April 9, 2008 11:45 AM
No rebuttal from "Mr. Gómez." What explanation can there be for betraying two countries at once? And it is a Democrat (Gusano) who takes the Republican Henry to task for it.Also of interest is the fact that Lincoln & Mario Díaz-Balart and Ileana Ros-Lehtinen endorsed McCain before he had even won a primary; no, before even the first primary was held. The only one who beat them to McCain's door to endorse him was McCain's own mother.
Whether he knows it or not, Henry is supporting McCain by supporting Florida's Cuban-American Republican congressional delegation. I doubt very much that they would want his support, however, if they knew of the enormities he has said about John McCain on Babalú. That's "Cigar Mike's" job -- to make everybody forget.