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"Communism Works" Says Ear Wax-Eating Democrat
« on: May 23, 2014, 04:17:13 am »
"Communism Works" Says Ear Wax-Eating Democrat
By Luis Gonzalez
The Last Wire

Last week, Rep. Joe Garcia D-FL) was caught on camera enjoying a snack during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on government surveillance programs.

The irony of that is beyond amazing.

He was picking his ear and eating the wax, unaware that he was on camera during a house judiciary committee on surveillance.

The more I say it, the funnier it gets.

This week Joe is having his foot for dessert.

Garcia has tried to brush off criticism for his comment by writing it off as a cheap shot at his GOP opponents on the subject of immigration reform, and by standing on his Cuban immigrant status.

“This is an absurdity, accusing the son of Cuban immigrants of believing in Communism is just ridiculous,”  Garcia told The Miami Herald in an interview this week.

Joe... sadly, there are more and more children and grandchildren of Cuban immigrants espousing Socialism and neocommunism in Miami every day. You're a prime example.


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Re: "Communism Works" Says Ear Wax-Eating Democrat
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2014, 04:21:05 am »
Good job articulating this one, Luis!   :beer:
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