Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#21 Feb 26, 2013
El cacique wrote:
<quoted text>Everyone ...
Who's "everyone", TPMP?

You, el cacique, el Kabong, Tony, Antonio...and on and on and on????

LOL
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#22 Feb 26, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, how dumb can this guy be? You would think he would be savvy enough to at least pay lip service to the left wing.
He was just in Washington for 5 days due to the National Governor's Association annual gathering.
I still can't believe he stood up to Perello, Yulin, and Vega Ramos ... this guy is either really bold or a total amateur.
Or....

He's just the executor for the pro colonial elite and the PDP, for the PDP as a party may turn into the island's second pro statehood party (in order to bring the national party division to the island?

Now that the anti colonial movement won this century's first plebiscite.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#23 Feb 26, 2013
LongIslander...,

Anti colonial forces (here and in the states) insist on underestimating Agapito.

The guy might be following a historical, evolutionary agenda (mapped and thought out in Ponce).(eyewink)

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#24 Feb 26, 2013
Jorge wrote:
<quoted text>
Or....
He's just the executor for the pro colonial elite and the PDP, for the PDP as a party may turn into the island's second pro statehood party (in order to bring the national party division to the island?
Now that the anti colonial movement won this century's first plebiscite.
Your interesting theory reminded me of something, El Nuevo Dia had a little blurb in their article on this airport deal where it said that "AGP denied being pressured" by Roberto Pratts, the Hernandez Mayoral brothers, and Eduardo Bhatia - some of the biggest colony supporters out there.

Quite frankly the PPD has little choice, statehood was supported by a clear majority and everyone knows that most people who voted for ELA Soberano did so either because they confused it with "enhanced commonwealth" or because they knew submitting a blank ballot would give statehood and even larger % of the vote.

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#25 Feb 26, 2013
Another thing, the past month and a half the PPD has more or less functioned as the Spanish speaking Democratic Party. The constant fawning over Obama.

Not to mention the presence of quite a few PNP officials at the anti-gay marriage rally - Maria Milagros Charbonier, Carmelo Rios, Angel Munoz, and Jorge Navarro Suarez.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#26 Feb 26, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
<quoted text>
Your interesting theory reminded me of something, El Nuevo Dia had a little blurb in their article on this airport deal where it said that "AGP denied being pressured" by Roberto Pratts, the Hernandez Mayoral brothers, and Eduardo Bhatia - some of the biggest colony supporters out there.
Quite frankly the PPD has little choice, statehood was supported by a clear majority and everyone knows that most people who voted for ELA Soberano did so either because they confused it with "enhanced commonwealth" or because they knew submitting a blank ballot would give statehood and even larger % of the vote.
Is the only way to save the PDP as a political force (for they are glued with saliva).

Way too many different groups which the PDP had to compromise with in order to win by such a slim margin (the island's left, the soberanistas, the labor unions, the LGBTTY community)....among many.

Muñoz predicted it, no growth=death.

And 54% of the ELA's electorate spelled "death to the ELA".
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#27 Feb 26, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
Another thing, the past month and a half the PPD has more or less functioned as the Spanish speaking Democratic Party. The constant fawning over Obama.
Obama was very clear in his last speech to Congress-"end the nation's many inequalities".
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#28 Feb 26, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
Not to mention the presence of quite a few PNP officials at the anti-gay marriage rally - Maria Milagros Charbonier, Carmelo Rios, Angel Munoz, and Jorge Navarro Suarez.
Good observation!

Now everything seems to be falling into place.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#29 Feb 26, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
<quoted text>
Your interesting theory reminded me of something, El Nuevo Dia had a little blurb in their article on this airport deal where it said that "AGP denied being pressured" by Roberto Pratts, the Hernandez Mayoral brothers, and Eduardo Bhatia - some of the biggest colony supporters out there.
Quite frankly the PPD has little choice, statehood was supported by a clear majority and everyone knows that most people who voted for ELA Soberano did so either because they confused it with "enhanced commonwealth" or because they knew submitting a blank ballot would give statehood and even larger % of the vote.
And Cuba's communist regime seems to be coming to an end, come 2018...

So, Puerto Rico better be en route towards permanent incorporation and fast, for Miami Cubans have been setting up shop to restart the "money machine", for the past 10 yrs, already.

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#30 Feb 26, 2013
Jorge wrote:
LongIslander...,
Anti colonial forces (here and in the states) insist on underestimating Agapito.
The guy might be following a historical, evolutionary agenda (mapped and thought out in Ponce).(eyewink)
Ponce you say eh? I can't possibly begin imagine who you might be referring to ... could you be talking about a former 3 term governor who was the youngest governor in island history when he was first elected?

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#31 Feb 26, 2013
Jorge wrote:
<quoted text>
And Cuba's communist regime seems to be coming to an end, come 2018...
So, Puerto Rico better be en route towards permanent incorporation and fast, for Miami Cubans have been setting up shop to restart the "money machine", for the past 10 yrs, already.
More than once I have heard Cuba referred to as the next Puerto Rico ... despite the Castro's and their "revolution" many Cubans look upon the US quite fondly. Once the Miami Cubans begin to take control after the Castro's they will put the island on a path to becoming the 52nd state, mark my words.

The PPD knows this which is why 'certain figures' have been pushing a new agenda the past few years. They know Puerto Rico needs to be incorporated and fast least the Cubans take their place.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#32 Feb 26, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
<quoted text>
Ponce you say eh? I can't possibly begin imagine who you might be referring to ... could you be talking about a former 3 term governor who was the youngest governor in island history when he was first elected?
What else would the populares be looking in Ponce?
Mayita?
LOL
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#33 Feb 26, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
<quoted text>
More than once I have heard Cuba referred to as the next Puerto Rico ... despite the Castro's and their "revolution" many Cubans look upon the US quite fondly. Once the Miami Cubans begin to take control after the Castro's they will put the island on a path to becoming the 52nd state, mark my words.
The PPD knows this which is why 'certain figures' have been pushing a new agenda the past few years. They know Puerto Rico needs to be incorporated and fast least the Cubans take their place.
Cuba's the next P.R. and Latin America won't let that happen.

For them, one Puerto Rico is enough.

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#34 Feb 27, 2013
Is it true that one of the PUEDA leaders threatened Garcia Padilla's children because he refused to back down? Have these people no shame? Leave children out of political disputes!
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#35 Feb 27, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
Is it true that one of the PUEDA leaders threatened Garcia Padilla's children because he refused to back down? Have these people no shame? Leave children out of political disputes!
Can you post the reference?

Its new to me...

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#36 Feb 27, 2013
Jorge wrote:
<quoted text>
Can you post the reference?
Its new to me...
It's been confirmed as true, how sickening. He has since apologized.
www.caribbeanbusinesspr.com/news/pueda-leader...

PUEDA spokesman Juan Camacho:
"We will follow you wherever you show face. Just like with Fortuño, you won’t be able to go out without dozens of police"

"You won’t even be able to go to Coamo without a police escort"

"Feel fear for the safety of your family and wish 1,001 times that you didn’t allow this transaction to go through"
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#37 Feb 27, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
<quoted text>
It's been confirmed as true, how sickening. He has since apologized.
www.caribbeanbusinesspr.com/news/pueda-leader...
PUEDA spokesman Juan Camacho:
"We will follow you wherever you show face. Just like with Fortuño, you won’t be able to go out without dozens of police"
"You won’t even be able to go to Coamo without a police escort"
"Feel fear for the safety of your family and wish 1,001 times that you didn’t allow this transaction to go through"
Apologized????
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#38 Feb 27, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
<quoted text>
It's been confirmed as true, how sickening. He has since apologized.
www.caribbeanbusinesspr.com/news/pueda-leader...
PUEDA spokesman Juan Camacho:
"We will follow you wherever you show face. Just like with Fortuño, you won’t be able to go out without dozens of police"
"You won’t even be able to go to Coamo without a police escort"
"Feel fear for the safety of your family and wish 1,001 times that you didn’t allow this transaction to go through"
The governor did question why Camacho brought the first family into his fight against the airport deal.

This Agapito fella' is so scared of stepping on the toes of the same people he defended that now he wants to:"....question this nut's motives"????

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#39 Feb 28, 2013
Carmen Yulin is now calling for 'civil disobedience' against the Aiport deal. What does she intend to do? Shut down the airport with protests?

The Soberanistas are trying to overthrow Garcia Padilla. They are pissed!
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#40 Feb 28, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
Carmen Yulin is now calling for 'civil disobedience' against the Aiport deal. What does she intend to do? Shut down the airport with protests?
The Soberanistas are trying to overthrow Garcia Padilla. They are pissed!
and the airport isn't even in San Juan....LOL

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