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Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#21 Mar 1, 2013
Jorge wrote:
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This Rafael fella' looks like the Powers and the Nadals (and he's from Guaynabo, Martinez Nadal's hometown-Zoraida Fonalleda's grandfather)....and this sudden interest to bring Power's bones(???)-the guy was buried in a common dump outside Cadiz' city walls because he died of cholera.
How can they identiy his bones, unless Rafael's forwards some DNA? LOL
I have yet to figure out the colonialists' priorities.
We, in the island, have a corrupt, elitist party system and no means of revolting like the Cubans did in 1958.
They must have had to run DNA on dozens of bodies. How many millions did this cost????

Is there any sort of government accountability board?
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#22 Mar 1, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
A $20 million pavilion in Spain? No wonder Puerto Rico has so much debt issues! It's long passed time that the PPD focus on what is really important: the people of Puerto Rico.
In recent years the Philippines has also tried to revive ties with Spain. Corazon Aquino declared Spanish an official language in 2008 (for the first time since 1898), and the Philippine Army has replaced the US Army style dress uniforms with a modern version of the rayadillo tropical uniforms worn by the Spanish Army in the late 1800s.
Please don't laugh or refrain from laughing at some people's low self esteem (be that Corazón's or Rafael's).

Even those Spanish who migrated here with some resources are seen as pitiful "indianos" by the peninsulares (regardless if they climbed up the nobility ladder like the Count of Santurce, of the Condado fame)-who bought his "Conde" title.

Only those Spanish nobility who migrated here with titles and fortune were able to successfully keep their dignity...LOL
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#23 Mar 1, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
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They must have had to run DNA on dozens of bodies. How many millions did this cost????
Is there any sort of government accountability board?
The most recent "accountability board" is being investigated by Agapito's Gestapo-those Dept of Justice DA's who dared investigate Sila's and Anibal's "comunidades especiales".

Life is extremely hard and dangerous in a colony (you'll have to live it, to believe it).

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#24 Mar 1, 2013
The PPD truly are useless, they are like kids with their hands in the cookie jar!

Agapito claimed during the election that "Tugwell was more Puerto Rican than Fortuno" ... but Tugwell did not waste money on ridiculous things like digging up bones in Spain that may or may not be the only Puerto Rican Speaker of the Cortes.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#25 Mar 1, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
The PPD truly are useless, they are like kids with their hands in the cookie jar!
Agapito claimed during the election that "Tugwell was more Puerto Rican than Fortuno" ... but Tugwell did not waste money on ridiculous things like digging up bones in Spain that may or may not be the only Puerto Rican Speaker of the Cortes.
Or the populares obsession of investigating and forming committees for everything (a disguise form of Nazi style persecution).

In the meantime, our economy still relies on what Fortuño left on his desk.

These colonialists have turned into pencil pushers and paper movers, no revolutionary, creative ideas.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#26 Mar 1, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
... ridiculous things like digging up bones in Spain that may or may not be the only Puerto Rican Speaker of the Cortes.
This is very hilarious and reminds of the other side of the coin...the statehooders' irreverence towards our history..LOL

Whenever one of the statehooders' Pharaonic projects (like the tren urbano, etc.) was halted by our Cultural Institute, the statehooders would complain that some chicken bones or Tupper Ware were found on the site...LOL

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#27 Mar 1, 2013
Jorge wrote:
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Or the populares obsession of investigating and forming committees for everything (a disguise form of Nazi style persecution).
In the meantime, our economy still relies on what Fortuño left on his desk.
These colonialists have turned into pencil pushers and paper movers, no revolutionary, creative ideas.
Like you have always said, their sole purpose is to delay the inevitable.

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