16 November 2007

Name Recognition?

The headline read Diaz-Balart visits China to meet with Chen Zhili.

So I re-read it actually says Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart.-in Prensa Latina.

Talk about name recognition.

This guy was a non person in Cuba. "Insiled" by his omnipotent father to anonymous lab work and sentenced to driving a beat up Lada and live in a bad apartment. Not allowed to leave the country with his family (I wonder why?). Now he’s a hyphenated, high falutin’, high profile ambassador for uncle Raul.

This guy has family in high places EVERYWHERE!

I’d add a few more hyphens in there just for kicks.

Like Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart-Franco or Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart-Stalin or Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart-Hussein or Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart-Hirohito or even Fidel Castro Lincoln Diaz-Balart. Wait! oops, not that one. Or like Ms. B’s favorite Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart-Kennedy.

Cool

Gusano Diaz-Balart de Mierda

2 comments:

Charlie Bravo said...

Double brand reconition.
Fidel Castro
Diaz Balart
just as in Coca and Cola.
Remember, the Castros and the Diaz Balarts are the f first transnational political dynasty on this side of the pond, only preceded by the Rothschilds in Europe.
I really don't think that the Diaz Balarts are silent about the dry foot wet foot for nothing.
They get political longevity, and a great career out of it up on the HIll. Castro also gets political longevity and he's making inroads in American politics with his nephews in Congress (I heard that joke in Cuba)

Fidel pro democracy said...

I think is just an effort at rebranding, like KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken)