Skip to comments.CNN Correspondent Now Communist Candidate in El Salvador [polls say he'll win]
Posted on 03/09/2009 9:44:08 AM PDT by chuck_the_tv_out
The presidential candidate of the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN), the communist revolutionaries in El Salvador the Reagan administration battled in the 1980s, is, a Monday Washington Post story noted, a former correspondent for CNN en Espanol. In the March 9 article, In El Salvador Vote, Big Opportunity for Leftists, reporter William Booth relayed from San Salvador that the journalist-turned-politician considers himself to be El Salvador's Barack Obama. Booth relayed:
After a 12-year civil war and a peace undermined by soaring crime, leftists in El Salvador are on the verge of completing a remarkable journey from armed struggle to the presidential palace.
Their candidate is a veteran TV broadcaster and morning talk show host, Mauricio Funes, whose Facebook page lists his political views as other. Funes, 49, a former correspondent for CNN en Español, was recently recruited by the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), the revolutionary group-turned-mainstream political party that is favored by polls to win the presidency in a vote scheduled for March 15
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The WaPo sounds like they’re pretty excited at the prospect of a communist coming to power.
All he sees is $$$$ and power.....
Power and $$$$ he may have to pay for dearly.
I hate CNN.
“CNN correspondent now a communist”
What is this “NOW a communist” nonsense? CNN correspondents are and have always been communists or useful idiots. Now one of them just feels he no longer needs to disguise his true beliefs.
Latin America is going to be majority Communist before too long. Colombia was the one country that (with help from Reagan and Bush) managed to fight back and was almost winning, but Barry and friends can’t wait to dump it now.
After a 12-year civil war and a peace undermined by soaring crime, leftists in El Salvador are on the verge of completing a remarkable journey from armed struggle to the presidential palace.We need to build the border fence, and then watch the regime (and all of them from the wall down to Tierra del Fuego) crumble.
They surround us and we surround them. Who wins?
Probably had to move to the right to join the party.
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