No 673 “En mi opinión” Mayo 31, 2014


“IN GOD WE TRUST” Lázaro R González Miño Editor

Siguen Callendo las naranjas podridas: Podium Shuffle: Carney Resigns as White House Press Secretary.



President Barack Obama made a surprise appearance Friday to announce that his chief spokesman Jay Carney is leaving his post behind the podium. Obama called Carney one of his closest advisers and friends at the White House in remarks to the press in the White House briefing room. “In April, Jay came to me in the Oval Office and said that he was thinking of moving on, and I was not thrilled, to say the least,” he said. “But Jay has had to wrestle with this decision for quite some time.”

Obama announces Close Friend Jay Carney to Resign


“I will continue to rely on him as a friend and an adviser after he leaves to spend as much of his summer as he can with his kids before he decides what’s next for him,” he added. “Whatever it is, I know he’s going to be outstanding at it.”

Carney, who has served as press secretary for over three years, called holding the job “an honor and a joy for me.”Obama announced that communications deputy Josh Earnest will take over the job as the president’s press secretary. “Today the flak jacket is officially passed to a new generation,” he said of Earnest.

SAMITIER: Renuncio El Vocero De Obama… Para “LIMPIAR” Las Mentiras Que Dijo Para Cubrir A obama… Sobre Los Asesinatos En Libia Del Embajador y 3 Ayudantes…

El Y Su Esposa Se Conocieron En Moscú… Y En Su Lujosa Residencia En El Salón De Desayunar Tiene Dos Posters De La Revolución Rusa De La Que Ellos Llaman “La Verdadera” La De Lenin…

La Renuncia Del Que Comunicó La Mentira… No Limpia A Los Que Dieron La Orden De Decirla… Obama y Hillary Clinton…



OUCH: This Guy Has Finally Had Enough. Watch Obama Get Destroyed On TV. “Obama Is A Weak… Radical Incompetent Ideologues…”


Conservative talk show host Mark Levin appeared on “Hannity” the other day to sound off on Obama’s gutting of national security.







By: John Hayward  

With nearly every endangered Democrat panicking over the interim Inspector General report on the Department of Veterans Affairs, the calls for VA Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign have become deafening.  It’s sad and pathetic to watch his long goodbye play out in Washington as an entirely political soap opera that has little to do with the outrageous treatment of veterans on his watch.  This is pure election-year politics, clashing with Barack Obama’s conviction that he can outlast any scandal as long as he admits no error and fires no one.

The idea that it took that interim IG report (“interim” is a Latin word that means “before the election”) to trigger a Democrat stampede is outrageous, and should bring military vets, and those who love and respect them, to the polls in droves to vote Democrats out of office in November.  Contrary to Obama’s pitiful spin attempts, there is no question that these awful deeds took place at VA clinics.  Reports about those doctored wait lists have been in the hands of top officials since last year.  Endangered Democrats in purple and red states only started yelling for Shinseki’s scalp when they performed a political calculation and realized the public was now fully engaged and furious.  

The Democrats are the party of bureaucratic inertia and bloat; the part of politics over all; the party of government by, of, and for the government.  They are the creators and defenders of the zero-accountability culture that produced the VA nightmare, and whose echoes can be seen everywhere from the Department of Health and Human Services to the politicized Justice Department and IRS.  Nothing’s going to change at the VA, or anywhere else in this corrupt government, as long as the Democrat Party holds power.  They’re proving it to you, right now, by the way they’re handling Shinseki… and if you need more proof, just wait until he leaves, and all those Democrats begin screaming in unison that the scandal is over, his scalp is good enough, let’s not dwell on the past, anyone who thinks more dramatic action is necessary is just politicizing the issue, how dare you ask about Barack Obama’s role in all this…

Michael Gerson at the Washington Post thinks the VA scandal is “sticking” because it represents “the Obama Administration in sum and miniature: incompetent management of a health system, defended by crude media manipulation.”  He cites as evidence of the latter Obama’s astonishing attempt to pawn of the scheduled retirement of a VA official as though it were the sacking someone held responsible for the scandal, and White House spokesman Jay Carney’s even more astonishing willingness to repeatedly misrepresent the American Legion’s opinion on how the VA situation was being handled.

But Team Obama doesn’t just ineptly manage health care; they’re incompetent at everything, they politicize everything, and when they get caught, they use the same tactics to manipulate an extremely supportive media and evade responsibility.  That little scam Obama pulled when he pretended to sack a VA official who was already retiring – in fact, Obama had already announced his replacement! – is exactly the same tactic he used in the early days of the IRS scandal.  The same story plays out with this President and his Party, over and over again.  

“The VA health system is unapologetically socialized medicine, in a way that Obamacare (for all its faults) is not,” Gerson argues.  ”But for the administration, the scandal is an inconvenient public reminder that the centralization of government power in health care has inherent dangers.”  It’s worse than that, because ObamaCare was always secretly intended to fail and drive America into a single-payer socialized horror, and it’s not really a secret anymore; beginning a few weeks after the October launch disaster, Democrats began openly talking about how single-payer was the only way to “solve” the problems with the ObamaCare disaster they foisted on us.  If you want to stop our slide into an endless tragedy where all of us are stuck with a system as corrupt and inefficient as the VA, you need to burn Democrats out of office in 2014 and 2016, in historic numbers.  A vote against the Democrats in your district is the only way you can head off that fate.  (Alas, a couple of electoral tidal waves are also the only way American voters can stiffen the spines of Republicans enough to get something done.)

Meanwhile, we’re sitting through the absurd spectacle of Democrats jumping on the Eric Shinseki Must Go bandwagon, one at a time, as they get a look at terrifying internal polls and read stomach-churning news reports.  The media is running breathless reports of Obama’s current mood, the same way old-time soap operas would conclude with breathless voice-overs asking if Brent had finally gone so far that Lucinda couldn’t love him any more.  Current update on King Barack’s mood: “One administration official told NBC News Thursday that Secretary Shinseki is “on thin ice” in the wake of the latest reports of VA hospital mismanagement.”  How many dead veterans will it take before the ice cracks under Shinseki, and Obama does what he should have done days ago?

And we get soapy updates on the latest Democrat to declare him or herself “troubled” by the interim VA report, and call for Shinseki’s ouster.  It’s up to “nearly a dozen Democratic senators” according to Fox News:

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., among the latest Democrats to break ranks with the administration, said the controversy over the secretary has drawn attention away from the “real issue” of the need to reform the VA.

“Gen. Shinseki has served our country with distinction,” Warner said in a statement. “I now believe he should step aside in order to allow our focus and our efforts to be on making the critically needed changes to fix the VA.”

Sen. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., on Thursday also called on Obama to appoint a new secretary, saying veterans “deserve nothing less than the very best service our nation has to offer.”

More broadly, lawmakers want the president to get more deeply engaged in cleaning up the VA.

The administration is still awaiting a final IG report as well as the results of a separate internal review. Shinseki released a statement on Wednesday calling the latest findings “reprehensible,” but did not offer his resignation.

Yes, after five years of inaction, and two years of refusing to meet with his VA Secretary, Obama will finally get “deeply engaged in cleaning up the VA”… once he sees a few more reports, of course.  Just to show they’re extra super-duper “troubled” by his failures, Democrats should insist that Shinseki leave Washington in one of those dorky Google self-driving cars, puttering past the Beltway into the bitter darkness of flyover country at 20 miles per hour.

Of course, not all Democrats think Shinseki should resign.  Check out this inspiring profile in leadership from Sen. Mark Pryor of Arkansas, who apparently thinks there are still questions about just how widespread the problems at the VA might be, courtesy of the Associated Press:

“In terms of Shinseki’s resignation, my view on that is not yet,” Pryor told reporters after a round-table discussion on student loans. “I’m not going to call for that yet.”

Pryor called the treatment delays “inexcusable” but said he wants more details about what Shinseki knew and how widespread the problems are within the VA system. Pryor said he also wants to know whether similar problems exist at veterans’ facilities in Arkansas.

“I want to see how widespread this is, I want to see what else is going on there, I want to get inside the numbers a little bit, not just the big top-line number,” Pryor said. “This is a very serious problem for the veterans administration, and I think over time we’re going to have to see a lot of changes there. That may include changing the secretary and obviously it’s going to include changing a lot of people in Phoenix.”

Pryor’s Republican challenger, U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton, has called for Shinseki to step down and has accused Pryor of being silent on the issue. Pryor’s campaign has accused Cotton of trying to exploit the treatment delays for political gain. Cotton’s campaign had criticized Pryor earlier Thursday for not calling for Shinseki’s resignation.

U.S. Mark Pryor participate in a discussion on raising college costs and student loans in Little Rock, Ark., Thursday, May 29, 2014. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

“It’s also past time for Senator Pryor to join Tom Cotton and members of Congress from both parties in calling on Secretary Shinseki to resign,” Cotton campaign manager Justin Brasell said in a statement.

Give Senator Pryor a few more years to collate data, and he might just be ready to tentatively venture an opinion that maybe the man who fell asleep at the switch while clinics across the country were falsifying treatment data should think about packing it in.

Meanwhile, the second highest-ranking Democrat in the House, Steny Hoyer, is worried about how unionized federal employees might be inconvenienced by turbulence at the VA.  No, seriously, he really said that.  From the Washington Examiner:

Hoyer said that while any wrong-doers within the VA must be held accountable, it’s imperative that accused employees be given due process and that innocent federal workers aren’t needlessly punished as a knee-jerk reaction.

“I don’t think that serving veterans is antithetical to making sure that employees of the federal government have the civil service protections that were adopted as long ago as the Pendleton [Civil Service Reform] Act in the 19th Century,” said Hoyer, whose district includes a large number of federal workers.

“Our civil service system is designed not to be a system where people serve at the will of those who win elections. It’s a professional civil service [that is] protected.”

Like I said: the VA scandal is a Democrat Party scandal.  It’s ludicrous to keep Shinseki at his post, not because he’s a bad guy who should be made to suffer, but because there is no reason to believe the Secretary who allowed all this to occur is the right leader to implement reforms.  Also, only by holding the top people accountable can such bureaucratic nightmares be avoided.  Why should any Big Government grandee work up a sweat managing his department, when he knows he’s got a pretty good chance of surviving any scandal that might occur… maybe even with increased funding, which is the Democrats’ solution to everything, including the VA outrage?  Shinseki doesn’t have to be tarred and feathered, but it’s been painfully obvious from Day One that he has to go, so that his successor – and every other high government official – knows his career is directly tied to timely and effective performance of his duties.  It should be necessary to explain this to any adult American, let alone an entire political Party.

Let’s finish up with a little bonus outrage, as Democrat campaign consultant Bill Burton explains to CNN’s Jake Tapper that replacing Shinseki would be too much work for poor President Obama, because the Republicans would make confirmation hearings for his replacement tough.  Burton’s not an elected official… but do you find it unlikely that many inside the Obama White House, and across the Democrat Party, think like he does?

Update: Secretary Shinseki took another stab at apologizing for the scandal on Friday, as reported by The Hill:

“I apologize as the senior leader of Veterans Affairs,” he said at the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans 2014 conference Friday morning. ”That breach of integrity is irresponsible, it is indefensible and unacceptable to me.”

“I also offer that apology to members of Congress who have supported me, to veteran service organizations who have been my partners for five years, and to the American people.  All of them, all of them deserve better from the VA.”

Shinseki is set to meet with President Obama at the White House this morning to give him “an update” on the situation at the VA, according to the White House.

The meeting comes amid widespread speculation that Shinseki could be fired by the president.

Shinseki accepted some blame on Friday for the problems, saying he had been too trusting of subordinates.

“I was too trusting of some, and I accepted as accurate reports that I now know to be misleading with regard to patient wait times,” he said.

“I can’t explain the lack of integrity amongst some of the leaders of our health care facilities. This is something I rarely encountered during 38 years in uniform.

“And so I will not defend it, because it is indefensible. I can take responsibility for it, and I do,” he said.

“So given the facts I now know, I apologize as the senior leader of the Department of Veterans Affairs. I extend that apology to the people I care most deeply about, and that’s veterans of this great country, to their families and loved ones who I have been honored to serve for over five years now — it’s the call of a lifetime.”

That’s not an apology, it’s a letter of resignation… but he still hasn’t resigned.  This is far from the first time an Obama Administration official has offered a “defense” that any previous generation would have expected to hear during an exit interview.

Update: After Obama dragged the nation through this political farce for weeks, Eric Shinseki finally offered his resignation late Friday morning.

Update: President Obama’s statement on Shinseki’s resignation was… rather amazing.  I might go into it at greater length in another post today, but in brief, he just kept talking, and talking, and talking… until he went completely off the rails, characterizing the VA scandal as some sort of computer glitch caused by outmoded equipment, rather than the deliberate deletion of records by corrupt officials.  He mourned Shinseki’s departure until it became clear to even the most dedicated Obama sycophant that the VA Secretary is only leaving because Obama’s party had a heart attack over the media coverage; not a drop of presumed presidential “leadership” remained hanging in the air when the President was done.  And of course, Obama thinks the only real problem with the VA is that it needs more money.  It was more like a psychotic break than a press conference, and my guess is that it’s going to absolutely enrage veterans, their families, and every American who cares about them.



Obama and his Empire of Lies

By David Whitley

President obama announced Friday that embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary, Eric Shinseki, would resign his position — effectively becoming the fall guy for a VA scandal that is quickly turning into a full blown political storm.  Shinseki, in his departure, said “I will not defend it, because it is indefensible.”  Let’s hope that came from the heart and was not simple political rhetoric.

No sooner did the news Shinseki had resigned his position at the VA did another resignation hit the airwaves, this time by the White House spokesperson Jay Carney.

Some say Mike Rowe has the dirtiest job in America.  Lying, day in and day out, is a pretty messy job too.  Unless of course you don’t have a conscience, then it’s just a really really cool job.

In the world of politics, internal bad news and personal apologies generally come on Friday.  It’s a tactical play.  The vast majority of the American people are working, then looking forward to the weekend for relief, and not to what’s on the news.

Friday is a slow news day, people are planning and packing and traveling on Friday.  Saturday and Sunday are all about fun and family.  The pundits and media and politicians all know this, and they use it to their advantage.  They bank on the fact that after a relaxing weekend, the bad news has fizzled from the small explosion on Friday to a smoldering page 3 story by Monday.  This allows those taking the heat to see the flames go out before they scorch any real political territory — namely the President’s back side.

The big question for me is whether or not White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is stepping down as the spokesman for President Obama to protect the President, or because he can no longer stomach being the Joseph Goebbels (Minister of Propaganda in Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945) of this Administration.

No doubt one of the toughest jobs in all of politics — let alone Washington.  Lying to the American press and the American people not on a daily basis, but on an issue by issue basis, that has to wear a guy down.

Did Jay Carney, a media insider in his own right, (whose is married to Claire Shipman, a senior correspondent at ABC News) love the position as grand wizard of the drive by media?  No one can deny it’s a powerful and important position.  Who wouldn’t want to daily give the marching orders to the foot soldiers of liberalism, the American press?

On the other hand, perhaps things are changing and too many are asking tough questions rather than simply being the good flock and taking the talking points to the streets by turning them into news stories?

I can only imagine how stressful a job it must have been.  I think Jay has a little sliver of conscience left, although I imagine the rest is pretty calloused over or rotted through.  But somehow a little prick must have gotten to what little tenderness was still exposed.  With the Obama White House scandal tally possibly surpassing that of former President Bill Clinton, I think Carney could take no more and still sleep at night.

Will Josh Earnest be as good and faithful aservant to the undermining of America?  Will Josh Earnest be more or less forthcoming with the truths of all these scandals?

President Obama says the buck stops with him.  That he takes full responsibility for all that goes on within his administration.  Let us see what the next few weeks brings.  If the past is any guide to the future, the President won’t take any credit for anything bad and will do everything in his power to manipulate the press into believing he too, like all the veterans attempting to get VA services and those who have died, is also a victim.

Game over, Mr. President.  At the end of the day, when we tally up the score, life serves up very few victims.  Our veterans are surely victims of this administration and will always deserve the best we have to offer them (rather than wasting millions on soccer stadiums at Gitmo for the enemy jihadist they were once fighting).

But it does have scads of volunteers — who refuse to see the signs or heed the warnings and walk into the buzz-saw of life, and then rely upon the compassion of others to pity them as victims.  But truth be told. The biggest victim over the past six years of this Presidency was the truth.

White House spokesman is no doubt a tough job, you must have a broad understanding of the administrations vision, current and past policy, as well as domestic and global issues.  But what makes it almost impossible to do over the long haul, is when you have to do it by lying to the American people day in and day out, then go home and look at yourself in the mirror.

Telling the truth should never be a difficult job.  It’s high time Carney and his forked tongue hit the road.  With the high crimes and misdemeanors this administration has perpetrated against the American people (and most importantly their veterans), perhaps it’s time Congress grew a spine and cranked up those impeachment proceedings and sent Barack packing a couple of years early … and six years too late.





Trump: ‘Clown’ Obama ‘The Biggest Liar I Know’


Does anyone deny that Obama lies?
Check it out:

Teasing his audience, once again, with indications that he might be the man to succeed the president, Donald Trump declared to the Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans that “Barack Obama is a clown” and the “biggest liar I know,” drawing strong applause.

“We have a man in the White House who doesn’t have a clue,” said the billionaire real estate developer, who toyed with vying for the 2012 Republican Party presidential nomination.

Trump also noted it appears that Obama does not enjoy being president.

“It seems to me that Obama can’t wait to get out of the White House so he can go play golf. He doesn’t have the right instincts to be president. He isn’t tenacious and he isn’t tough,” he said.

Is Trump, then, the man with the instincts and tenacity needed to succeed in the Oval Office?

Clearly, he believes he’s qualified, as evidenced by his closing remarks, but he seems content with his current situation.

“I like my job,” Trump told the Republican activists. “I’m making lots of money, and I’m not looking for a new job. I’m a very conservative person and I love the tea party.”





Obama SNAPS when Reporter Dares to Ask a Question

By Onan Coca

President obama is often referred to by his fawning media as one “cool customer.” At a recent press event, he must have forgotten how “cool” he was supposed to be – because he snapped when asked a simple (but important) question by a reporter covering the event.

“I’m sorry, we’re doing a science fair- c’mon, c’mon!” 

President Obama lost his cool with Alexis Simendinger, a reporter with Real Clear Politics, when she asked him about reports of the US sending people in to help train the rebels in Syria. He responded to her question with a glare and then saying “I’m sorry, we’re doing a science fair- c’mon, c’mon,” before he stomped off like some kind of petulant child.

The Obama administration continues to be the least transparent administration EVER. The President answers questions from the press about as often as we see Halley’s Comet. When he does choose to grace the press with his presence – the questions are choreographed and the president has had time to prepare a politically acceptable response.

Sadly, our watchdog media does nothing to fix the problem. They simply continue to bow to the White House as if responding to the very call of God Himself. The media have become idol worshippers.



Obama announces Shinseki resignation

President Obama announced Friday that embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki will resign, bowing to pressure from members of both parties amid a rapidly growing scandal over veterans’ health care. 

“A few minutes ago, Secretary Shinseki offered me his own resignation. With considerable regret, I accepted,” Obama said, after meeting with Shinseki at the White House. 


President Obama plans to deliver a statement at the White House after meeting with embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki. 

The president is expected to speak at 11:15 a.m. ET.

The statement comes after a private meeting where the two were having what the president described as a “serious conversation” about whether Shinseki can stay in the job. Obama, in an interview, said he planned to ask Shinseki whether he was “prepared and has the capacity” to fix sweeping problems in the VA’s nationwide health care system. 

The president has faced mounting calls from members of both parties to remove Shinseki. Shinseki suffered another blow on Friday when Rep. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., a former top VA official, called for her former boss’ resignation. 

Earlier Friday morning, Shinseki publicly apologized for the failures in the VA system, while stopping short of offering his resignation. However, responding to an interim inspector general report which found “systemic” problems with clinics lying about patient wait times, Shinseki announced he would oust senior leaders at the Phoenix VA, where allegations of improper scheduling practices first surfaced. 

Shinseki, speaking to advocates for homeless veterans, said he initially believed the problems were “limited and isolated.” 

“I no longer believe that. It is systemic,” Shinseki said. “I will not defend it, because it is indefensible.” 

The secretary’s tone shifted dramatically compared with his testimony before a congressional committee earlier this month, when he continued to defend the VA system. On Friday, citing the IG report, he lamented a “totally unacceptable lack of integrity” at numerous VA facilities — where reviews have found workers were manipulating wait times to make their internal figures look good. 

Shinseki said the “lack of integrity” is something he has “rarely encountered.” He announced several steps to address the situation, short of resignation, including directing that patient wait times no longer be used as a measure of success in employee evaluations. 

Obama’s comments about his “serious conversation” came in an interview airing Friday on the television talk show “Live! With Kelly and Michael.” A clip from the interview was aired Friday on ABC’s Good Morning America.


AMENPER: Como Echarle la Culpa a Otro

Me intriga como el ser humano siempre quiere descargar sus culpas en otros y excusar sus limitaciones en los demás.  Lo vemos con los que no toman en consideración el tiempo que necesitan para llegar una cita, y nos molestan tocando el claxon porque no reaccionamos a una fracción de un segundo en avanzar cuando cambia el semáforo.

Alguien dijo que la política es el arte de buscar problemas, encontrarlos, hacer un diagnostico falso y aplicar después los remedios equivocados y echarle la culpa a otros del resultado.

Creo que esto define a la administración de Obama.  Nos dicen ahora asombrados que el director de salud de los veteranos está despidiendo a tantas personas para excusar su responsabilidad.

Bueno pero esto lo aprendió del máximo dignatario, el piensa que si lo puede hacer Obama ¿por qué no lo puede hacer él?

Obama es como el mal medico que cuando se equivoca le echa tierra al asunto. Nada es su culpa, nada sabía, es el presidente más ignorante que ha existido según sus propias afirmaciones.

Echarle la culpa a otro puede parecer inteligente, pero la culpabilidad siempre sale a flote tarde o temprano.

Los recipientes de las culpa de los problemas y variados son muchos, el primero y más usado fue George W. Bush, con el tiempo todavía lo usa, pero ahora los favoritos son  Fox News, los ricos y el congreso Republicano.

Pero hay muchos más que  podemos mencionar,  algunos como El Tea Party, “mala suerte con la web del Obamacare” Incentivos fiscales, Primavera árabe, terremoto de Japón, Globalización,  tecnologías de Automatización, crisis económicas de Europa,  cambio climático, uso de cajeros automáticos, los quioscos automáticos para tickets en el aeropuerto, especuladores de petróleo, subestimación de la crisis económica????  Que la empresa privada no apoye sus proyectos ecológicos como la energía solar, los molinos de viento y combustible de algas marinas.  Y mi favorito que los Estadounidenses se están volviendo blandos y perezosos.  Parece que el mide a todos por su persona.

Entonces, ¿qué nos queda? ¿Cuales son las excusas que quedan? Alineamientos planetarios? ¿Las profecías equivocadas de los Babalaos? ¿O la falsedad de la profecía Maya del fin del mundo en el 2012?

Creo que en los dos años que nos quedan, quizás veamos nuevas y originales estas excusas a las nuevas crisis  que se le ocurran a la mente fértil del Descargador en Jefe.



Enviado por mi amiga Martha Ruiz:




SAMITIER: El Rey Español Carlos III Tuvo Que Deportar 250,000 Musulmanes; 200 años DESPUES De La Reconquista De España en 1492 Por Los Reyes Católicos… PUES SEGUIAN HACIENDO TERRORISMO Siguiendo Las Reglas De ALA…


De esa deportación en MASA no se habla… no la enseñan en las

Escuelas, ni siguiera en ESPANA… pues no es POLITICAMENTE

CORRECTO la verdad es otra… y la experiencia se está REPITIENDO…


Ahora… más de 3,000 musulmanes Educados En Los Países

Cristianos Están Combatiendo En Siria y son los que mas

Asesinatos cometen de CRISTIANOS…





El Occidente Cristiano… ESTA AFILANDO CUCHILLO para su

Cuello… permitiendo el desarrollo de la religión MUSULMANA…


Aquí tienen la noticia de HOY en el NYT…





“DHS secretary asks to study Obama administration immigration releases

Associated Press

WASHINGTON –  Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is asking for an internal review of the Obama administration’s release of tens of thousands of immigrants in the country illegally who were convicted of crimes and facing deportation. He’s telling lawmakers he wants a deeper understanding of the issue.

Federal data published this month showed that the Homeland Security Department released 36,007 convicted criminal immigrants last year who are facing deportation, including those accounting for 193 homicide and 426 sexual assault convictions. The immigrants nearly all still face deportation and are required to check in withimmigration authorities while their deportation cases are pending

News of the releases, which came amid an ongoing review of the Obama administration’s deportation policies, incensed Republican lawmakers who contend that President Barack Obama has not properly enforcedimmigration laws. The House Judiciary Committee chairman, Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., said the releases “needlessly endanger Americans’ lives.”

In testimony sent to Congress ahead of a hearing by the committee Thursday, Johnson said he was “committed to enforcing our immigration laws in a manner that best promotes and ensures national security, public safety and border security.” He said he has asked for a “deeper understanding” of the releases, and he pledged to continue to work with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to ensure public safety.

Johnson said many of the releases were directed by an immigration judge or were prompted by other legal requirements. His written testimony did not provide additional details.

The White House said this week it asked Johnson to delay completing his review of deportation policies until the end of the summer. It was a move aimed at salvaging hope for Congress to act on an immigration bill before November’s midterm elections.”



SAMITIER: Hasta Cuando Los Politiqueros Van A Continuar Traicionando El Cristianismo

Ahora no pueden negar que los americanos… igual que

Los SEMITAS …  cuando se convierten a MUSULMANES


DE ALA… y sus vírgenes…  


En Siria… Y FUE NUESTRO VECINO por 20 años…  

Dentro de poco vamos a tener un caso igual y va a ser

Producto de los POLITIQUEROS que permiten la


Aquí tiene la NOTICIA:





Hoy por la mañana al leer los obituarios del Times Picayune, diario de New Orleans, vi los obituarios de 3 cubanos:

1) Jorge Aguilera

2) José L. “Cheo” Silva

3) Juan L. “Johnny” Washington

De los 3 al único que creo haber conocido es al Dr. Juan Washington. A Johnny lo conocí en La Habana en el año 1957 cuando fue el medico pediatra de mi hijo Carlos y al año siguiente de mi hija María del Carmen. Después lo volví a ver en el año 1961 cuando ambos coincidimos en elegir a New Orleans como nuestra residencia de exiliados. Hoy me acabo de enterar de su fallecimiento a los 86 años de edad.

En estos 50 años de Dictadura Castro-Comunista, día a día, han muerto en el exilio mas de UN MILLON de Cubanos sin contar los miles que han sido asesinados por la Tiranía de los hermanos Fidel y Raúl Castro.

En ningún país del hemisferio occidental ha existido otro gobierno qye causara tanto daño a su país. Económicamente la Tiranía de los hermanos Fidel y Raúl Castro ha destrozado a nuestra República. Moralmente han prostituido al Pueblo Cubano.

No quiero referirme a nuestros hermanos (?) hispanoamericanos que ven como con su inercia e indiferencia ven con temor como el estiércol proveniente de Cuba se va extendiendo por sus propios países.

Lo que si me hace vibrar de cólera es ver a los Papas visitando nuestra Isla para darle la bendición a los Tiranos bañados con la sangre de tantos buenos Cubanos. Hay algunas personas que dicen que hay que perdonar. Lo que a mí me enseñaron los buenos sacerdotes Jesuitas en al antiguo Colegio de Belén en Cuba era que para que una persona fuera perdonada de sus pecados esa persona tenía que mostrar espíritu de arrepentimiento y propósito de enmienda.

Los Tiranos Cubanos, Fidel y Raúl Castro no han demostrado tener espíritu de arrepentimiento ni propósito de enmienda. Siguen asesinando, oprimiendo y destruyendo al Pueblo de Cuba. Le pido a Dios Nuestro Señor que perdone a estos Papas cuando ellos se arrepientan de lo que han hecho;

Cuando esos Papas se arrepientan entonces el valiente sacerdote Cubano Ismael Testé podrá descansar en paz. Cuando los niños Cubanos no sean adoctrinados a ser como el asesino Argentino Ernesto Che Guevara, entonces las visitas Papales serán bienvenidas en una Cuba Libre, Independiente y Soberana y el mas de UN MILLON de muertos en el Exilio podrán descansar en Paz.

28 de Mayo del año 2014.


Dr. Carlos J. Bringuier




Rolando Cardenas y Nestor Dan: Cuba Antes que la PANDILLA CASTRISTA se apoderara de ella.Según la ONU, la OMS y la OIT


Desde los primeros días del triunfo revolucionario de 1959, en Cuba, tras la huida del dictador Fulgencio Batista, se inició un progresivo control gubernamental de los medios informativos, hecho que estuvo acompañado de una campaña propagandística sin precedente en la historia de la isla.

Alentada no sólo por los medios oficiales de prensa internos sino también porRadio Habana Cuba, emisora estatal que transmite para el extranjero en decenas de idiomas, y la agencia oficial Prensa Latina, la campaña hizo un énfasis especial en la miseria que supuestamente vivía la isla antes de la era revolucionaria, y el control económico que ejercía sobre ella Estados Unidos.

Ante los ojos de quienes no tenían a mano cifras concretas, Cuba había sido prácticamente un burdel manejado por Washington.

Por supuesto, Cuba no era un país desarrollado, ni las riquezas se distribuían necesariamente de manera equitativa -tampoco se han distribuido así durante el período marxista-leninista-, pero en 1958 sólo el 14% del capital total invertido en la isla era norteamericano. El 62% de los bienes de la industria azucarera, el principal renglón de la economía nacional, era propiedad de cubanos en ese mismo año.

En 1953, Cuba ocupaba el número 22 en el mundo en médicos por habitantes, con 128.6 por cada 100 mil. Su tasa de mortalidad era de 5.8 -tercer lugar en el mundo-, mientras que la de Estados Unidos era de 9.5 y la de Canadá de 7.6. A fines de los 50, la isla tenía la tasa de mortalidad infantil más baja de América Latina con 3.76, seguida por Argentina con 6.11, Venezuela 6.56 y Uruguay 7.30, según datos de la Organización Mundial de la Salud.

Cuba ocupaba el lugar número 33 entre 112 naciones del mundo en cuanto a nivel de lectura diaria, con 101 ejemplares de periódicos por cada mil habitantes, lo cual también contradice el argumento de que el país estaba formado por un gran número de analfabetos.

Tan sólo en materia de artículos suntuarios, Cuba poseía en 1959 un radio por cada cinco habitantes, un televisor por cada 28, un teléfono por cada 38 y un automóvil por cada 40 habitantes, según el Anuario Estadístico de Naciones Unidas.

De hecho, inclusive los más importantes escritores y artistas cubanos, reconocidos internacionalmente, habían hecho ya lo más importante de su obra antes de la llegada de Castro al poder. Entre éstos, sin importar su posición política, estaban José Lezama Lima, probablemente el hombre de letras más relevante de Cuba del siglo XX; el poeta y dramaturgo Virgilio Piñera, que revolucionó el teatro cubano con el estreno deElectra Garrigó en 1948, dos años antes de que el franco-rumano Eugenio Ionesco, padre del teatro del absurdo, estrenara en ParísLa soprano calva; los pintores Amelia Peláez, René Portocarrero, Wilfredo Lam y otros tantos; el novelista Alejo Carpentier, autor de El siglo de las luces; el poeta Nicolás Guillén; la bailarina Alicia Alonso; y, por supuesto, un número extraordinario de compositores e intérpretes de la música popular como Ernesto Lecuona, Amadeo Roldán, Alejandro García Caturla, el Trío Matamoros, Sindo Garay, Eliseo Grenet, Hubert de Blank, Benny Moré, Dámaso Pérez Prado y muchos más.

He aquí algunos datos relacionados con la salud pública, el sector laboral y la educación: 

Salud Pública:

En 1958, Cuba tenía una población de 6, 630.921 habitantes. En esa época, había en la isla 35 mil camas de hospitales, un promedio de una cama por cada 190 habitantes, cifra que excedía la meta de los países desarrollados de esa época de 200 personas por cama de hospital. En 1960, Estados Unidos tenía una cama de hospital por cada 109 habitantes.

También ese año, la nación tenía un promedio de un médico por cada 980 habitantes, superada en América Latina sólo por Argentina con uno por cada 760 y Uruguay con uno por cada 860. Tenía un destista por cada 2.978.

Estos datos se encuentran en el Anuario Estadístico de la ONU de su época.

Relaciones Laborales:

En 1958, un trabajador industrial cubano ganaba un salario promedio de 6 dólares diarios por jornada de ocho horas, mientras que un trabajador agrícola, en el mismo período, ganaba 3 dólares.

Cuba ocupaba el lugar número 8 en el mundo en el pago de salarios a trabajadores industriales, superada sólo por los siguientes países:

1.- Estados Unidos ($16.80)

2.- Canadá ($11.73)

3.- Suecia ($8.10)

4.- Suiza ($8.00)

5.- Nueva Zelanda ($6.72)

6.- Dinamarca ($6.46)

7.- Noruega ($6.10)

En el renglón de los salarios a trabajadores agrícolas, Cuba ocupaba el lugar número 7 en el mundo, superada sólo por los siguientes países:

1.- Canadá ($7.18)

2.- Nueva Zelanda ($6.72)

3.- Australia ($6.61)

4.- Estados Unidos ($6.80)

5.- Suecia ($5.47)

6.- Noruega ($4.38)

Estos datos fueron divulgados por la Organización Internacional del Trabajo (OIT) en Ginebra, Suiza, en 1960.

En 1958, Cuba contaba con una fuerza laboral de 2,204.000 trabajadores. La tasa de desempleo de esa fecha era del 7.07%, la más baja de América Latina, según datos del Ministerio del Trabajo de Cuba.


Ese mismo año, Cuba tenía tres universidades financiadas por el gobierno y otras tres de carácter privado. La matrícula de las universidades bajo el control del gobierno era de 20 mil estudiantes.

Había 900 escuelas privadas oficialmente reconocidas, incluyendo las tres universidades privadas, con una matrícula total que superaba los 100 mil estudiantes.

El sistema de educación pública contaba con 25 mil maestros, y el de la educación privada con 3.500.

A mediados de la década del 50, había 1.206 escuelas rurales en Cuba, así como un sistema de bibliotecas móviles con un total de 179.738 volúmenes.

También en 1958, Cuba tenía 114 instituciones de educación superior, por debajo del nivel universitario -institutos, escuelas politécnicas y escuelas profesionales- financiadas por el gobierno. Sólo en 1957, estas instituciones capacitaron a 38.428 estudiantes.

Había en la isla en 1958, una tasa de analfabetismo del 18 por ciento.

Estos datos se hallan en los archivos del Ministerio de Educación de Cuba.

Era el país de América Latina con el mayor presupuesto dedicado a la educación, en 1958, con el 23% del total, seguido por Costa Rica, 20%, y Guatemala y Chile con 16%, según América en Cifras, de la Unión Panamericana.

Entre finales de la década de los 40 y 1958, el valor de la moneda nacional cubana, el peso, era equivalente al dólar.

En la mayoría de los renglones en que Cuba no ocupaba el primer lugar en América Latina, en cuanto a calidad de vida, era superada únicamente por Argentina y Uruguay, según el Anuario Estadístico de Naciones Unidas. 

Así Surgió la Cubanía

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