Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Miami Fascist Marco "Mierda" Rubio Talks More KaKa

Here is what the Junior Idiot from the state of Florida said in the U.S. Senate after the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez:


“The Venezuelan people now have an opportunity to turn the page on one of the darkest periods in its history and embark on a new, albeit difficult, path to restore the rule of law, democratic principles, security and free enterprise system in a nation that deserves so much better than the socialist disaster of the past 14 years. It is my sincere hope that Venezuela’s leaders will seek to rebuild our once strong friendship based on shared democratic and free enterprise principles.
“I urge the Administration and the community of democracies in the western hemisphere to keep a watchful eye on the security situation in Venezuela in the coming weeks and months. We must help encourage a leadership transition in accordance with Venezuela’s constitution and avoid a vacuum that is filled by power-hungry and violent forces seeking to maintain the status quo. We should instead support Venezuela’s democrats committed to writing new, more hopeful chapters in their country’s long and proud history.”
My comment follows below:

 "Chico, no comas tanto

 de lo que pica el pollo"

CHAVEZ  LIVES!


2 comments:

Jimmy said...

So it seems that for Rubio, a nation should have two major factors to have a "strong friendship" with the politicians in Washington. One being the other nation must share the United Sttates' "democratic" values and the other being "free enterprise principles".

Well given the friendships that Washington maintains in many parts of the world with nations which have no semblance of democracy what so ever, this can't by the more important of the two.

As for free enterprise, it's anyone's guess as to how "free" is interpreted when in Venezuela, free enterprise exists and we also haven't decided to stop doing business with Venezuela's state owned oil company.

As usual, Rubio is not being straight with anyone. He should take another sip of water.

Cuba Journal said...

Very well said Jimmy. As usual, I agree. We are soul brothers, and have the same frame of mind.

We have to do everything that we can do, legally, to make sure that Marco Mierda Rubio is defeated in the next election.