UPDATE: The writers at Babalu Blog are still convinced that President Barack Obama is The Black Fidel Castro.
Read any Cuban newspaper or magazine from the early and late fifties you'll learn that fidel castro and his Rebeldes were the best thing since sliced bread. Almost every major media source in Cuba supported his campaign and published accolades about the man and his "fight for change."So faced with this serious threat that apparently started in earnest when Americans got affordable health care coverage, what is Val Prieto's solution?
I felt compelled to mention the above because we've faced and are facing a similar situation here in the Land of the Free. Those of you who read this blog regularly know this. You or your families have already seen this movie playing out before us. We all know the plot, and, unfortunately, we are all more than familiar with the ending.
We don't have to suffer the same fate as my island of birth as long as we are all willing to do one thing. We have to heed the words of Andrew Breitbart and GO TO WAR.Oh my. "GO TO WAR." Before the dearly departed Andrew decided to take an eternal dirtnap on a Brentwood sidewalk and was no longer able to all caps his rhetorical pronouncements like Val, "going to war" meant selectively editing videos of Democrats and yelling incoherently at Occupy Wall Streeters. For Prieto, his "war" apparently involves the internet.
We need more troops to stave off the lies and hypocrisy of the Left and their Media allies. Our greatest weapon, the internet, has already been deployed. Man it. Stay informed, read your favorite blogs, pass the information along. Use your facebook. Tweet the shit out of the truth.It's unclear at this point whether Val's "going to war" is anything like "going Galt," which Babalu proposed back in 2009. But I would highly suggest to Prieto's Army that before they sit down at their computers with their croquettes and cafecitos and defriends and tweets at the ready and prepare to launch their offensive, they need to switch to Comcast because, damn, AT&T sucks and it really blows to be right in the middle of a battle only to have your DSL go on the fritz.
But I digress.
I suppose what all this means is that we can look forward to more crude Babalu photoshops, quotes from The American Stinker, regurgitated incoherent conspiracy theories and warnings that Little Havana is going to soon lose the "Little" designation and we'll all be communists. After all, it's the power of the Internets, right?
Had there been an internet fifty some odd years ago, fidel castro would have never taken power. Mull that over a bit.Whoa.
Fifty-three years of desperation and repression avoided by keystrokes.
It isn't as wacky as Joe the Plumber maintaining that the Holocaust could have been avoided if only the Jews had handguns, but man...
...that is some sh*t, isn't it?