Monday, January 29, 2007

Castro Death Party

I'm sorry, but how great is this:

With Fidel Castro seriously ill, the city of Miami is making plans to throw a party at the Orange Bowl when the Cuban president dies.

The city commission earlier this month appointed a committee — whose official job is to "Discuss an event at the Orange Bowl in case expected events occur in Cuba" — to plan the party. Such a gathering has long been part of the city's Castro death plan, but firming up the specifics has become more urgent since Castro became ill last summer and turned over power to his brother, Raul.
Ah, feels like the good ol' days, you know, when we celebrated the deaths of our enemies. Expect some liberal whining.