Cuban activist living in U.S. for 50 years, ordered deported

Obama shows his appreciation to Castro for his recent lovely family vacation by sending back a dissident who supports Democracy in Cuba. Hmm. Anyone recall how the Clinton’s had Eric Holder send back the six-year-old Elian Gonzalez? Could someone ask Hillary about it? Better good old Bill? Here tis:

Odd how after slavishly licking the boots of the Cuban dictator that Obama finally gets around to actually deporting someone.

Living for nearly half a century in the United States offers no guarantee that one can stay.

That is a reality now facing Cuban exile activist Ramón Saúl Sánchez, leader of the Democracy Movement, who received a letter Thursday from the federal government ordering him to leave the country as soon as possible. The order arrived just as he planned to sail across the Florida Straits as part of a flotilla off the coast of Cuba, organized as a show of solidarity with political prisoners in Cuban jails.

Sánchez, who obtained legal entry into the U.S. in what is known as a “parole,” had applied for permanent residency in 2002 so he could legally travel aboard the many flotillas he has organized over the years and return easily to the United States.

That permanent residency request has been denied and his parole has now also expired, according to the letter issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

“You are not authorized to remain in the United States and should make arrangements to depart as soon as possible,” stated the letter, dated April 7 and received by Sánchez on Thursday. “Failure to depart may result in your being found ineligible for immigration benefits and inadmissible to the United States in the future.”

We have millions of people here illegally, many of them criminals, yet now it’s a priority to deport this man? More at JWF  H/T:Weasel Zippers

Anyone else recall how the Clinton’s handled this one too?

And yet it was (then) Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder, under President Clinton, who concocted the “legal” cover for the INS to mace, kick, stomp, and gun-butt  their way into the home of Elian Gonzalez’s legal custodians (legal U.S. citizens and residents all) on the morning of April 22, 2000, wrench  a bawling 6-year-old child from his family at machine-gun point, and bundle him off to Castro’s terror-sponsoring fiefdom, leaving 102 people (legal U.S. citizens and residents all) injured, some seriously.

The Clinton's in action

The Clinton’s in action

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Obama apology tour continues – Sorry Argentinians because….

I didn’t think we could get through his last tour of Argentina without a bow, bend or otherwise denigrating the U.S. This one is particularly annoying. One has to dig deep on this one. Try about 40 years. Meanwhile Obama supports the most repressive regimes, oh yes he does, and decries we didn’t support Democracy in Argentina? Then I give you a clip done in 2012. You decide.

It was 40 years ago that the Argentine military overthrew the civilian government that had been unable to deal with Marxist guerrillas and left-wing violence in general. What followed was a brutal suppression of human rights and murder on an unimaginable scale by the military.

It’s nice that the president found it within himself to condemn the “dirty war” that the U.S. did nothing to stop.

The U.S. did not openly support the military’s tactics, but we didn’t say very much against them either. This left an opening for President Obama to apologize to the Argentinian people for our lack of enthusiasm in working to overthrow a government battling a communist insurgency.

It’s a shame he couldn’t have found the moral courage to make the same criticism of the Castro boys. They’ve been disappearing people for 57 years.

“There has been controversy about the policies of the United States early in those dark days,” Obama said while visiting a memorial park in Buenos Aires dedicated to victims of the dictatorship.

“Democracies have to have the courage to acknowledge when we don’t live up to the ideals that we stand for. And we’ve been slow to speak out for human rights and that was the case here,” he said.

More at PJ Media

Bonus update: 

Published on Oct 23, 2012 – President’s apology tour four years ago.

President Obama says the idea that he went on an “apology tour” is probably the “biggest whopper” of this campaign. You decide.

McCain and Graham demand Egypt release jailed Muslim Brotherhood leaders

Our two Gopers tell Egypt how to run their show. Yes, release the Muslim Brotherhood guys because that is how one has Democracy.  Bonus Question: Is this how we get the good guys to win us some Democracy by arming the rebels – hint: al-Qaeda in Syria? These same bozos think so.

We have the media to thank that they have become the defacto spokespersons for the party. We have these two to thank for being a stodge of Obama and playing out his nasty card game. I could go through their statements as they opine on Democracy, but let the savants speak for themselves.

H/T: Weasel Zippers

Rino Graham and McCain here is a reminder

These are the same people who call Jews the “descendants of apes and pigs” and regularly call for the destruction of Israel.

Via Al-Arabiya:

U.S. Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham urged Egypt’s military-backed government to release jailed members of the Muslim Brotherhood and called on rival parties in the country to engage in a national dialogue and avoid violence.

McCain and Graham met with top military and civilian leaders in Cairo as part of international efforts to resolve a standoff with supporters of the ousted President Mohammad Mursi. “Democracy is the only viable path to stability,” said McCain, a former presidential candidate, calling for “an inclusive political process in which all Egyptians are free to participate,” AFP reported.

Both lawmakers referred to the military’s July 3 ouster of Mursi as a “coup,” something their government has been reluctant to do as it would have legal implications for the $1.3 billion dollars (977 million euros) in U.S. aid to Egypt.

“The people who are in charge were not elected, and the people who were elected are now in jail,” Graham told reporters.

“We urge the release of political prisoners,” said McCain, referring to Brotherhood members who have been detained since Mursi’s ouster by the military on July 3, the Associated Press reported.

“In a democracy, you have to talk to each other. It is impossible to talk to somebody in jail,” Graham said.  ED: P.S. Unless one winds up tortured.

Honduras not so happy to have Zelaya

Wow!  Zelaya got a whole eighty-five supporters to come to the Brazilian embassy, huh?  Impressive!  That’s about the size of the average college-football team, although it appears that most of those do a better job of rushing and tackling. I am sure this must be a dissapointment to our leader. Is it possible? The MSM has it wrong? Could democracy prevail?

The return of Manuel Zelaya to Honduras has not gone according to the leftists’ plans, according to a report by the AP this morning. Instead of attracting throngs of supporters to carry him back to power, the deposed president has instead seen his small amount of supporters drift away from the Brazilian embassy, where Zelaya has been hiding since his surreptitious return to Tegulcigapa. Even the Brazilians now seem less than enthusiastic about his presence: Diplomats and activists streamed out of the increasingly isolated Brazilian Embassy in Honduras where ousted President Manuel Zelaya holed up with a shrinking core of supporters and relatives, prompting Brazil to urge the U.N. Security Council to guarantee the compound’s safety. Zelaya’s backers ventured out at several points in Honduras’ capital to skirmish with police, after hundreds of their colleagues were routed by baton-wielding soldiers from the street in front of the embassy and police roadblocks sealed off the mission building Tuesday. Authorities denied local media reports that three people died in the confrontation. … The government briefly set up loudspeakers near the embassy and shut off water and power to the building, apparently to harass Zelaya’s supporters inside. At least 85 Zelaya supporters and part of the embassy’s staff later left the building; none were detained. Services were later restored to the building. Wow! Zelaya got a whole eighty-five supporters to come to the Brazilian embassy, huh? Impressive! That’s about the size of the average college-football team, although it appears that most of those do a better job of rushing and tackling. ead of attracting throngs of supporters to carry him back to power, the deposed president has instead seen his small amount of supporters drift away from the Brazilian embassy, where Zelaya has been hiding since his surreptitious return to Tegulcigapa. Even the Brazilians now seem less than enthusiastic about his presence: Diplomats and activists streamed out of the increasingly isolated Brazilian Embassy in Honduras where ousted President Manuel Zelaya holed up with a shrinking core of supporters and relatives, prompting Brazil to urge the U.N. Security Council to guarantee the compound’s safety. Zelaya’s backers ventured out at several points in Honduras’ capital to skirmish with police, after hundreds of their colleagues were routed by baton-wielding soldiers from the street in front of the embassy and police roadblocks sealed off the mission building Tuesday. Authorities denied local media reports that three people died in the confrontation. … The government briefly set up loudspeakers near the embassy and shut off water and power to the building, apparently to harass Zelaya’s supporters inside. At least 85 Zelaya supporters and part of the embassy’s staff later left the building; none were detained. Services were later restored to the building. Wow! Zelaya got a whole eighty-five supporters to come to the Brazilian embassy, huh? Impressive! That’s about the size of the average college-football team, although it appears that most of those do a better job of rushing and tackling.

For full story

 http://hotair.com/archives/2009/09/23/zelaya-return-a-bust/

From Russia with Love- Pravda’s view of us

USA Sick and Ready to Collapse for Three Reasons-

Straight from Russia! Pravda- Russia most notable journalistic endeavor.

“First and foremost, the US state debt has skyrocketed from $2 trillion to $11 trillion within a decade. The USA will never be able to pay off the debt.

Secondly, the political structure of the nation is vulnerable. There is neither universal legislation in the country, nor common traffic rules. The US Army does not execute its major function – defense – anymore since many foreign nationals prefer to serve in the army to obtain the US citizenship.

Thirdly, the split of elites, which was especially visible under the conditions of the crisis”

Yes, our other new best friends  we have been mentioning–Hillary with her super evening with our African friends, our new best friend, the Communist  leader who Honduras bid adeiu because he wanted to become another Chavez. We wouldn’t want a democracy in Central American now would we? 

Well, then we have our new Friend Putin. Bid farewell to Georgia– to accommodate and become best friends, we must learn to share. Poland and the Ukraine, well, not to worry. I am sure our new friends will keep them safe. Of course, we just gave them the shive by forgetting about the missile defense system. On the anniversary of the Russian invasion so many years ago. But be of good cheer– I am sure we will gain many many more new best friends as we move into the standard appeasement mode that brought so much happiness to so many the last century.

Oh, be sure and read the whole article that follows- you will enjoy seeing how they split the USA up!

Written by your humble Comrade- Lockandload

http://english.pravda.ru/world/americas/08-09-2009/109155-usa_collapse-0

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