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Castro's dead, but leftist media outlets still honoring him and his debacle.
"Debacle" is putting it mildly. Castro's Cuba was a slice of Hell-on-Earth.
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Ben Shapiro asks: Why does the Left go easy on dictators? Only vermin should mourn the loss of their own...
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...which, now that I think of it, says something about leftist media mouthpieces.
Jonah Goldberg observes: Even in death, Castro still has "useful idiots," who sing his praises, rather than condemn him to the Ash Heap of History where he, and his foul regime belong.
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Cal Thomas points out the Left has had a love affair with Castro for almost as long as he's been in power.
These useful idiots and their minions are enemies of language.
One of the biggest is The Great White North's Baby-Faced Commie Apologist.
There's much more South of the Border. Katie Pavlich wrote a Top 5 Most Outrageous Responses to Castro's Death.
I have a lot of respect for Miss Pavlich, but personally I would have put Our Dear Leader at #1, and the Great White North's Baby-Faced Commie at #2.
I mean saying Croaked Castro "...altered the course of individual lives, families and the Cuban nation..." along with calling him Cuba's "...longest serving president..." are the ultimate euphemisms the Western Hemisphere's most brutal--and longest serving--dictator.
While Croaked Castro's fawning fans mourn El Comandante's departure to the Great Comintern in the Sky, Cuban-Americans were celebrating like Munchkins over the demise of the Wicked Witch of the East. Which as Humberto Fontova points out, for about 600,000 good reasons.
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