Rubio on Cuba

Rubio is right on with his facts and makes his case well, on Cuba:

Rubio took his lunch and trumped all the objections raised by the interviewer. Rubio is very articulate.

I’m glad he mentioned Honduras, too. He is very right about that. Obama tried to save the Zelaya dictatorship regime in Honduras from the legitimate government in Honduras and the ELECTED CONGRESS, including his own party, and 70 to 80 percent of Hondurans who saw he had broken every promise.

The Obama regime is totally inconsistent in terms of treating the situations with the same conditions. I would add that this one-way inconsistency itself is part and parcel of left-fascists. Obama, the Castros, and the Venezuela rulers are all left-fascists.

I think it’s time to drop the word “leftist” from the vocabulary and instead use “left-fascist”. The same new compound word serves well for what we now call “liberal”.

However, I do think Thomas Jefferson’s approach is the wisest:

“Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations…entangling alliances with none”

Remember too Rubio favors normalizing the immigration status of some “undocumented”. You might be surprised to know that there is a strong libertarian case for better protection of the borders, in the sense that the “open borders” de facto policy is really a forced integration policy.

In an anarcho-capitalist society, there would be no government that forces one or the other immigration policy. It would all be private individuals or groups of individuals who have some particular need or other. The cost involved in importing labor would rise, and there being no minimum wage or union mafia with thugs to burn the business down if you hired a teenager for less than the union bosses order you to do.


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