August 25, 2008

This is the brief interview we conducted with the gentleman seen below who exclaimed that a Che-Obama ticket was one he would vote for.

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  1. chris obrien on August 26, 2008 at 9:24 am

    Just found your blog…. Love it. Listen

    McCain * Clinton 2008

    Both are “Mavericks”. They should Unite the country instead of worrying about Uniting thier respective “Party”. Americans are tired of Unified Party stalemates. Work together and not only will you both win…. America will be united again. “United We Stand”.. or so I was taught when I was growing up.


  2. chris obrien on August 26, 2008 at 9:25 am

    I would support and donate to that! For America!

  3. Dr. Jans Pacebags, esq. on August 30, 2008 at 1:15 pm

    “hottest tease!”

  4. GG on September 21, 2008 at 12:30 am

    Che started out as a middle class liberal young adult, in medical school. His goal was to help sick people. He was not some person born with a violent mentality. Knowing what I now know about the EXTREME levels of State Violence and Elite Violence (often with CIA backing) he saw everywhere he went, I can understand why he gradually came to believe in the necessity to fight fire with more fire.

    I can understand why he stopped being a liberal chump. Idealism and heartbreak.

  5. Sandy on April 5, 2009 at 1:22 pm

    Che was a murderous thug – same as Daniel Ortega, Hugo Chavez, etc.

  6. Mark Myers on May 2, 2009 at 7:57 pm

    Don’t make excuses for Che’s behavior. He WAS a murderous thug who believed in a bullet to the head of any who stood in the way of Fidel’s communist revolution. You can “blame” the CIA but, in the end, Che was a sociopath in liberal clothing. The revisionist history and romanticization of his life sickens me.

  7. lovinah on May 3, 2009 at 10:01 am

    wow the guy in this video obviously does not know che gueverra. what is this country coming to?

  8. the informer on May 7, 2009 at 2:31 pm

    Apparently this person has been brainwashed by mainstream media.

  9. Colonel Neville. on May 24, 2009 at 3:05 am

    Ah, totalitarian Stalinist Che the child killer Guevara:

    narcissist, coward, sadist, murderer of unarmed tied up men, women and children, rapist, fraud, incompetent, fascist, Communist, psychopath, dumbass, bumbler, coward, ironic hater of “long haired” rockers/artists/musicians etc, Mummy boy, moron, bore, filthy, overweight and short haired unless lost in the jungle for months, living in a stolen Havana mansion, writing and signing execution lists while dreaming of nuking New York. Check.

    “Che: Fooling middle-class leftard brats since 1967.” che-mart com, therealcuba com, The Real Che and the idiots who idolze him by Humberto Fontova, hfontova com, Lost City film by Andy Garcia.

    A fifty year old Stalinist dictatorship, a vibrant culture smashed, 88,000 Cubans drowned, 2 million exiled, thousands murdered, 300 prisons built, Fidel Inc controlling an entire Mafiosa economy, 115,000 prostitutes many children, Western celebrites getting free sex holidays and fake Bel Air rebel cred.

    All for a photo fantasy. Riiight. Colonel Robert Neville blogspot com.

  10. Colonel Neville. on May 24, 2009 at 3:12 am

    What a beyond belief moronic drone this tshirt creep is. See how underneath the ignorant emotional baloney, OBAMA FANS DO LOVEthe chance at “necessary” violence. Just like Che the child killer, “the worlds greatest tshirt salesman.” che-mart com.

    Colonel Robert Neville blogspot com

  11. Lewis on June 11, 2009 at 2:35 pm

    None of you have the slightest clue about Guevara. He wasn’t a ‘child killer’. The CIA was willing to kill anyone who stood in the way of capitalist exploitation and they ended up doing just that to Che, think about it next time you berate him for having a violent life. I wish we could make a better world by intellectual discussion, but in the words of Mao (whose actions I do not condone at all), ‘Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun.’ Like evolution, it is not something that is necessarily favourable, but it’s a fact nonetheless.

    When was the last time you changed a country for the better? Continue to sit in your armchair and pretend you’re doing something to help the world’s disadvantaged.

    Che was not a Stalinist. Anyone who thinks so hasn’t read a single thing about him.

    I personally don’t consider myself a liberal anymore. The lack of spine in all of you and your happy compliance with capitalism severely disappoints me. I don’t advocate killing innocent people, and I don’t believe that either Guevara or Trotsky did so through their own malice and hatred if at all.

    Keep pretending you’re going to make a difference by blogging. Yours, Lewis.

  12. Jamie on September 12, 2009 at 4:39 pm

    Wow! Guevara wasn’t a Stalinist? You’re right…he wasn’t. Che Guevara was actually a Marxist. He believed whole heartedly in a truly communist society where everyone recieved an equal share of everything. Utopia at its best. Too bad he thought he deserved more than the other animals. Che Guevara let the same thing happen to himself that has happened to every single attempt at communism in history. Human Nature. As humans, we naturally want the best for ourselves…a concept going directly against communism. Guevara was willing to do anyhting…even renouncing his hippocratic oath as a doctor…to keep his power. “Power corrupts…Ultimate Power Ultimately Corrputs.” For a quick reference just look at the Democratic Party and its figurehead.

  13. Candice Mathers on September 13, 2009 at 7:45 pm

    What a total leftist. As usual in love with terror and tyranny!

  14. August West on December 12, 2009 at 12:31 am

    Sadly Che would have put this guy in a work camp (if he was lucky)…but since this guy seems like a creative type- maybe even a bohemian- no wait, he’s a capitalis! He’s selling his shirts (not a bad thing, I’m always supportive of an entrepreneur), Che would have taken his shirts and executed him. That’s Che for ya…young Americans have bought into a fairy tale with Che, then Obama…but- the fairy tale is beginning to fizzle out into reality.

  15. Jay Rennemeyer on February 9, 2010 at 12:27 am

    Call me old fashioned, but I wouldn’t want a guy who enjoyed shooting people in the back of the head with their families watching to have anything to do with government. Lying lecherous jackasses do enough damage without firing squads.

  16. Ellen on March 2, 2010 at 9:04 pm

    Che would not have put this guy in a work camp. He would have shot him on the spot simply because of the color of his skin.

  17. master sergeant dave on March 2, 2010 at 11:56 pm

    the cia did not kill che, he was shot by a bolivian naval officer after he spit in the guys face. he tried to cut a deal with the bolivians, but they weren’t having any of his BS. che was a coward and a killer, punto!

  18. jeff on April 7, 2010 at 10:36 am

    I would believe that black people would be offended by someone who states that “all black people are lazy and only interested in getting drunk”. Instead they celebrate him like he was some kind of wonderful person. I would like to have anybody that celebrates Che and Castro to visit Cuba and talk to the people that live live there. They all want to leave but they can’t, they have to stay there and make what ever the “boss” (Castro) says they should make. Doctors make about $37 a month. Yet shoes(crappy shoes) cost 30 to $40 per pair.

    The USA is not Cuba and anybody that tried to make the USA into a communist country would fail miserably.

  19. Shoopy on May 1, 2010 at 8:29 pm

    Che’s death photo is on the former “” web site! ‘Would be great to have THAT put on t-shirts. Freedom o’ speech, Baby!!! I’m buyin’!


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