Blogs 4 Brownback

October 23, 2007

Send Castro to Gitmo!

Fidel CastroCastro is at it again, threatening our President with his thuggish language and defiant tyranny:

Fidel Castro wrote Tuesday U.S. President George W. Bush is threatening the world with nuclear war and famine — an attack on Washington a day before the White House plans to announce new plans to draw Cuba away from communism.

“The danger of a massive world famine is aggravated by Mr. Bush’s recent initiative to transform foods into fuel,” Castro wrote in Cuban news media, referring to U.S. support for using corn and other food crops to produce gasoline substitutes.

The brief essay titled “Bush, Hunger and Death” also alleged that Bush “threatens humanity with World War III, this time using atomic weapons.”

Ethanol endangers the world. Sure. Right.

The man belongs in a straitjacket. He’s been bent on destroying the world since 1959. Why he hasn’t been killed by his own people yet is beyond me. Luckily, America now has a prison fit for tyrants and terrorists of his ilk. It’s also close to home, for Fidel.

Everyone in Cuba is pretty sick of Castro and his antics by now. Most of them have chafed under his tranny this entire time. The man who accuses our beloved President of trying to start World War II was, himself, the man who helped Kruschev shake a pointy nuclear stick at us for those terrible weeks in 1962 when Kennedy’s weakness was put on display for all.

It’s not as if Cuba has the ability to resist us. Send an ambulance of men with nets and tranquilizers to Castro’s house, nab him, and drive him back to the nuthouse prison in Guantanamo. It’s the best thing for him, and the best thing for the rest of us.

19 Comments »

  1. Frankly Castro is way out of line by insisting his demands are meet before he is willing to negotiate. This blatantly unfair and he should have no expatiation for any reasonable person to meet them. President Bush is not a man to give into such bullying.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — October 23, 2007 @ 12:13 pm | Reply

  2. Bush is going to destroy Castro just as he destroyed Saddam. That is a promise. President Brownback won’t have to worry about inheriting this mess.

    Comment by Sisyphus — October 23, 2007 @ 12:29 pm | Reply

  3. Hey! That’s Woody Allen, from the movie “Bananas!”

    Nice!

    Comment by MikeM — October 23, 2007 @ 12:44 pm | Reply

  4. Most of them have chafed under his tranny this entire time

    Tranny? Are you saying Castro is, or has, a Tranny?

    *shocked*

    Maybe ‘tranny’ means something different in your part of the planet.

    Or maybe it’s an unfortunate, but hilarious, typo.

    *still laughing*

    Comment by Piggy and Tazzy — October 23, 2007 @ 1:20 pm | Reply

  5. Does Castro still make those convertible sofas?

    Comment by Ann O'Mally — October 23, 2007 @ 1:44 pm | Reply

  6. Piggy and Tazzy @ *still laughing*

    Look pal, this a serious political discussion forum. I really don’t appreciate your’ attempts to turn it into some kind of joke

    Comment by BJ Tabor — October 23, 2007 @ 4:54 pm | Reply

  7. Lol, this is BJ Tabor’s flying circus.

    Comment by jim — October 23, 2007 @ 5:44 pm | Reply

  8. How can a stupid Asian idea from Marx extend to the Caribbean? This is a disaster!

    At least former Democrats (THAT’S RIGHT MOONBATS YOUR PRECIOUS JFK) had the sense to try to assasinate him. Cuba was pretty much perfect before the Communist revolution.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — October 23, 2007 @ 6:35 pm | Reply

  9. That’s a joke, right Bob? Cuba has been faced with economic and political problems since it’s independence from Spain in 1902. The Communist revolution didn’t happen until neary fifty years later. Also, Marx isn’t from Asia. He was born in Trier and lived in London for a long time. You guys talk about how you want this to be a serious political blog, but you don’t do any research before you post on threads. What’sup with that? Furthermore, what’s the thing about JFK about? “Your precious JFK?” WTF? Another question: if you’re so afraid of communism and so gratuitously patriotic, do you agree with the US’s actions during the Cold War?

    Comment by n_n — October 23, 2007 @ 7:31 pm | Reply

  10. @ BJ Tabor

    “Look pal, I really don’t appreciate your’ attempts to turn it into some kind of joke”

    Firstly, I’m not your ‘pal’.

    Secondly, have you had a sense of humour bypass?

    I acknowledge it was a serious post. My sentiments almost completely echo the posts author. I just happened to spot something amusing.

    Get a grip for goodness sake. Unless, of course, you’re naturally miserable 24 hours a day, in which case you may need some extra help.

    Comment by Piggy and Tazzy — October 23, 2007 @ 7:35 pm | Reply

  11. I know your’ type Piggy and Tazzy; you just spend all your time on the Internets making fun of everything good and decent. You’re probably just here to make fun of Senator Brownbeck because he withdrew from the Presidential race. Well we got our’ eye out for that kind of nonsense so you better watch yourself.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — October 24, 2007 @ 9:56 am | Reply

  12. “Frankly Castro is way out of line by insisting his demands are meet before he is willing to negotiate. This blatantly unfair and he should have no expatiation for any reasonable person to meet them. President Bush is not a man to give into such bullying.”

    WOW….sounds justlike Bush. Won’t listen, thinks he owns the world, is a complete jackass, what else? Would rather piss 1/2 TRILLION dollars away on an illegal war rather than make this country healthy and proud again?

    Yeah…I’m so proud the US is known for being the world’s largest military force…something to truly write home about.

    Comment by Noz — October 24, 2007 @ 10:13 am | Reply

  13. Only one nation on the planet, Cuba, is developing sustainably.

    Comment by bluegreyyellowbrown — October 24, 2007 @ 10:15 am | Reply

  14. Actually Tabby, you DON’T know ‘my sort’ at all, unless there’s something you’d like to share with everyone?

    I travel the internet seeking things fun, yes. But I also partake in a few ‘serious’ issues too. Until a few days ago, I’d never heard of ‘Brownbeck’ (or ‘Brownback’) and, from what I’ve read, I’m quite glad very few now will.

    Watch myself? Oooh! That sounds exciting. I like that.

    Comment by Piggy and Tazzy — October 24, 2007 @ 12:00 pm | Reply

  15. It’s ironic that Castro, the guy that American administrations hate so much give him money to lease land for a prison.

    We hate Casto so much that we’ll give him millions of dollars to run a prison in his country.

    Don’t be suprised when the sheeple finally wake up to realize they’ve been duped again. Duh….

    Comment by Spacebrother — October 24, 2007 @ 4:01 pm | Reply

  16. Noz @ WOW….sounds justlike Bush. Won’t listen, thinks he owns the world, is a complete jackass, what else? Would rather piss 1/2 TRILLION dollars away on an illegal war rather than make this country healthy and proud again?

    It’s more like 2 Trillian dollars for the War on Terror and as it was said to the first Muslim terrorists, the Barbary Pirates; millions for defense, nothing for tribute.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — October 24, 2007 @ 4:40 pm | Reply

  17. Wow. A site that insists environmentalism is idiotic condemns a foreign leader for saying, in a nutshell, that environmentalism is idiotic.

    Now that’s irony!😀

    Comment by a TRUE Christian — October 28, 2007 @ 4:06 pm | Reply

  18. You know what the irony is? Without the USA as an perceived foreign threat (faciliated by Fidel, the guy knows how to play the game) the Cubans might already have forced Castro to resign years ago. (“You see what those yankees are doing to us with that blockade? Without me, they´d already march down or streets!” He really knows the game.)

    And no problem? Your record for Cuba can be summarised in one word: pigsbay.
    Doesn´t it hurt?

    You can say a lot of bad things about Castro, but he´s one damn tough bugger (surviving assasination attempts left and right) and he has read his Machiavelli. You tried to get rid of him for decades by now and still he´s sitting at your doorstep constantly reminding you that the great USA can´t get rid of a lowly Carribean revolutionary. He´s the black stain in your record.

    Comment by PG — October 30, 2007 @ 6:57 am | Reply

  19. “Furthermore, what’s the thing about JFK about? “Your precious JFK?” WTF?”

    I know–if I remember my history correctly, JFK was the only Catholic president the USA has ever had!😀

    Comment by a TRUE Christian — October 31, 2007 @ 4:34 pm | Reply


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