Monday, October 13, 2008

Another Dictator for Obama . . . (one for another?)

. . . Communist Cuban leader, Fidel Castro gave Sen. Barack Obama a glowing recommendation for the 2008 election. Castro called Obama a "man who is doubtless, from the social and human points of view, the most progressive candidate to the U.S. presidency." He also expressed his reluctance at making his favor for Obama known. "Were I to defend him, I would do his adversaries an enormous favor," he said.

Apparently, Castro's affliction of Obama-mania is beginning to overshadow his fear that defending Obama would result in voter backlash against the Senator. As the election nears, Castro has made his choice further known in a scathing attack against Caucasian Americans.

"Millions of whites cannot reconcile in their minds with the idea that a black man with his wife and children would move into the White House, which is called just like that - White," he wrote Saturday in a commentary on the Cubadebate website. He lamented that America was a nation that suffered from "deep racism" and that "it is a pure miracle" . . .
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