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  1. MortyForTyrant commented on Drew Sheneman 2 days ago

    Never say never, but if Christie becomes President I will move to Mars. And I live across the pond, so go figure how scary that man looks to us…

  2. MortyForTyrant commented on Michael Ramirez 2 days ago

    This is the first time in like 10 years that I agree with Michael Ramirez. I have to take a shower now…

  3. MortyForTyrant commented on Pat Oliphant 2 days ago

    He’s been offline for longer periods before. I, too, also worry about his health at these times. All the best, Mr. Oliphant…

  4. MortyForTyrant commented on Glenn McCoy 2 days ago

    I love Glenn and Lisa Benson. For them it’s always the end of the world. I hope they are happy down there in their bunkers…

  5. MortyForTyrant commented on Mike Luckovich 2 days ago

    Like most GOPers he’s not animated, he’s Animatronic. And here was I, thinking that this affects only the old guys in the party…

  6. MortyForTyrant commented on Chan Lowe 2 days ago

    I love these cars, but only to look at :-) Jay Leno has some of these in unrestored condition, just well maintained. I recently bought my first car in 30 years and will try to keep it the same way…

  7. MortyForTyrant commented on Walt Handelsman 2 days ago

    LOL! Very well done, Walt!

  8. MortyForTyrant commented on Walt Handelsman 2 days ago

    The problem is they have to share a single Chevy with up to 8 other people…

  9. MortyForTyrant commented on Jeff Danziger 2 days ago

    Only recently I read an old book (1969), like an “Almanac of the World”, where a reporter went to Cuba. Back then he noted that they had a literacy rate of 97%, were building huge apartment blocks, had ministers as young as 20 and “professors” as young as 17. The people were healthy, well fed, educated, proud and happy.

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    A few years back a friend went there (we Europeans are allowed, what does that say about freedom?) and said he saw a lot of people just sitting on their porches instead of being at work. Traffic was terrible with these 50 year old cars that had been changed again and again. Prostitution was rampant, so was corruption, as long as you could pay in Euros or Dollars. And nobody was interested in communism or the Castro brothers anymore.

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    I wonder: what went wrong? Is it a systemic thing or just the heat and the usual Latin-American sloppiness that led to the downfall of this nation? The embargo sure helped, no question, but would they be striving right now without it? WILL they be striving should Helms-Burton be lifted? Or is communism really doomed to fail, as we saw in Russia and China (which is “CINO”, Communist In Name Only).

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    Strange world we live in…

  10. MortyForTyrant commented on Stuart Carlson 2 days ago

    This Congress is over and the next Congress will never lift Helms-Burton. Bill Clinton made a huge mistake signing that law. Otherwise President Obama could back up his diplomatic effort by actual economic measures which would help the Cuban people. Be he can’t. The Cubans will have to wait the two years it will take the GOP to embarrass themselves again out of Congress (like in 2006) and President Hillary Rodham Clinton to lay Helms-Burton to rest. Only then can the restoration of this poverty stricken island begin. And I hope they can keep the Mob out this time…