Mutiny in Agapito's ranks.

Mutiny in Agapito's ranks.

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Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#1 Mar 22, 2013
Regardless of the press' agenda of sugar coating Agapito's regime, not all is peaches and cream (in the state of Denmark).

A couple of days ago, his ex running mate (for this past November elections) Att. Cox Alomar, criticized him for (and I quote) "...continuously improvising for lack of a coherent administrative and economic plan..."

Cox Alomar is currently hired by Harlem's Yulín as one of her advisers.

Read between the lines.....

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#2 Mar 22, 2013
I posted this yesterday but I guess it was lost amongst Braniac's spam postings.

Soberanistas vs "Traditionalists" all over again. It's been pretty clear for some time now that Agapito and Cox do not get along very well.

Yulin is striking back at Agapito for exposing her finances ... after she challenged him. Tit for tat for tit for tat, on and on it goes within the Popular Party ... they fight eachother more than the fight the statehooders! LOL
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#3 Mar 22, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
I posted this yesterday but I guess it was lost amongst Braniac's spam postings.
Soberanistas vs "Traditionalists" all over again. It's been pretty clear for some time now that Agapito and Cox do not get along very well.
Yulin is striking back at Agapito for exposing her finances ... after she challenged him. Tit for tat for tit for tat, on and on it goes within the Popular Party ... they fight eachother more than the fight the statehooders! LOL
The NPP then has to fan the flames.

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#4 Mar 22, 2013
Jorge wrote:
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The NPP then has to fan the flames.
What I wonder is how much longer they can keep this up. It's clear that Agapito will not tolerate the Soberanistas going against him.

Perhaps the competing fractions will split before the 2016 election? Maybe it will be like what happened in 1968 with Sanchez Vilella and the People's Party?
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#5 Mar 22, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
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What I wonder is how much longer they can keep this up. It's clear that Agapito will not tolerate the Soberanistas going against him.
Perhaps the competing fractions will split before the 2016 election? Maybe it will be like what happened in 1968 with Sanchez Vilella and the People's Party?
With Agapito's lack of leadership and character flaws surfacing for all to see, it was only a matter of time that anyone; with unbridled ambitions, to capitalize on these.

Let's hope that personal ambitions will be enough as to burn their house to the ground (which would then make Fortuño's and the people's (who have to suffer Agapito) sacrifice worth it.

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#6 Mar 23, 2013
Jorge wrote:
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With Agapito's lack of leadership and character flaws surfacing for all to see, it was only a matter of time that anyone; with unbridled ambitions, to capitalize on these.
Let's hope that personal ambitions will be enough as to burn their house to the ground (which would then make Fortuño's and the people's (who have to suffer Agapito) sacrifice worth it.
Good observation. Hopefully people will "get it" and stop electing these clowns. It was the same thing with Sila.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#7 Mar 23, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
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Good observation. Hopefully people will "get it" and stop electing these clowns. It was the same thing with Sila.
Our people still don't get what a recession is.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#8 Apr 3, 2013
Labor unions, which supported Agapito in Nov, are gearing up for a massive march and feel betrayed.

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#9 Apr 3, 2013
Jorge wrote:
Labor unions, which supported Agapito in Nov, are gearing up for a massive march and feel betrayed.
Buyer's remorse.

How anyone can even vote PPD is beyond me. Even if it were someone semi-sane like Pratts or Hernandez Mayoral I still wouldent support them.
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#10 Apr 3, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
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Buyer's remorse.
How anyone can even vote PPD is beyond me. Even if it were someone semi-sane like Pratts or Hernandez Mayoral I still wouldent support them.
Pratts and Hernández' wealth depends and actually augment it with the colony; but labor unions?

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#11 Apr 3, 2013
Jorge wrote:
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Pratts and Hernández' wealth depends and actually augment it with the colony; but labor unions?
Did you really think the labor unions would support the man that spoke at the Republican National Convention? LOL

The AFL-CIO was bashing Fortuno left and right.
MataConHacha

Del Rio, TX

#12 Apr 3, 2013
It has been awhile and I have not kept up with what is going on in the island, but from what little I have read and get from family and friends on the island things are going south really fast and its only been since January that the new regime took over. Lo siento, pero Puerto Rico esta jodio si es cierto lo que esta pasado dentro del gobierno y en la economia local. I going down in the summer after 8 years so I will see with my own eyes, but I will try to enjoy myself and fly back leaving the island to those that voted in the PPD..'nough said.'

Since: Oct 12

West Islip, NY

#13 Apr 3, 2013
MataConHacha wrote:
It has been awhile and I have not kept up with what is going on in the island, but from what little I have read and get from family and friends on the island things are going south really fast and its only been since January that the new regime took over. Lo siento, pero Puerto Rico esta jodio si es cierto lo que esta pasado dentro del gobierno y en la economia local. I going down in the summer after 8 years so I will see with my own eyes, but I will try to enjoy myself and fly back leaving the island to those that voted in the PPD..'nough said.'
Part of me agrees - people get what they vote for, if you vote for shit your going to end up with shit. On other other hand I feel bad for people since they were basically sold out, so much for "primero la gente" (rolls eyes).
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#14 Apr 3, 2013
MataConHacha wrote:
It has been awhile and I have not kept up with what is going on in the island, but from what little I have read and get from family and friends on the island things are going south really fast and its only been since January that the new regime took over. Lo siento, pero Puerto Rico esta jodio si es cierto lo que esta pasado dentro del gobierno y en la economia local. I going down in the summer after 8 years so I will see with my own eyes, but I will try to enjoy myself and fly back leaving the island to those that voted in the PPD..'nough said.'
Mata..., hermano-¿Cómo estás?

¿Cómo van esos estudios?

On the other hand, you have to live here, to feel it; otherwise, to the naked eye, things are as good as ever (if they were ever that good).
Jorge

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#15 Apr 3, 2013
LongIslander1987 wrote:
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Part of me agrees - people get what they vote for, if you vote for shit your going to end up with shit. On other other hand I feel bad for people since they were basically sold out, so much for "primero la gente" (rolls eyes).
Nobody voted for Agapito, they all voted against statehood (and only got 11,000 more votes, not even that "war cry" garnered what they were accustomed).

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