Tuesday, August 28, 2007

I guess he's not dead yet

Seems Comrade #1 has offered some important advice to the Democrat Party:
In an editorial in Cuba's communist party newspaper, Granma, the ailing dictator said the pairing of the two White House hopefuls seemed "invincible,"
I guess he's not dead yet. Perhaps he's entered the same state of limbo currently housing bin Laden. Hey, they both have long beards. But the bigger question is, what do Chavez, Ahmadinejad and Kim Jong think about our coming election? Maybe Barack can find out--get a head-start on that promised dialogue.

As to a possible Goracle candidacy:
"I don’t think he will do so," Castro said, but added that Gore, "better than anyone, he knows about the kind of catastrophe that awaits humanity if it continues along its current course."
Saving us from dirty capitalism, in other words. Here's a thought. Since Gore asked us to change the way we live, which presumably includes Fidel, perhaps the supreme leader could start by reforming his country so they could drive modern, fuel efficient vehicles that burn cleaner fuel.

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