Monday, June 16, 2008

It Takes A Police State

To brainwash a child:

"In an article in Cuba's communist youth newspaper, Juventud Rebelde, the 14-year old Gonzalez said he would never let ex-President Fidel Castro and his brother Raul Castro down. He joined more than 18-thousand others who joined the group on Saturday."

Just a small part of the miserable legacy of Janet Reno. We should be thankful that she didn’t manage to burn most of Miami to the ground.

In fairness to Reno, the Waco job was a botch from start to finish, and she certainly didn’t intend to have everyone burned to death. But seizing Elian Gonzales and shipping him back to one of the most repressive police states on the planet says something about either a vicious character or lack of judgment.