The emperor of Puerto Rico?

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Boricuas of the World has expanded its news coverage with a current affairs newsletter, called Presente y de Pie.

For its August 2016 issue, it featured a look at the leading candidate for Chairman of the Financial Control Board in Puerto Rico. The article contains more than 60 hyperlinks, which document and illustrate the main points.

http://us12.campaign-archive1.com/?u=25c2cc8017eb0a977a7832a3a&id=3a9ddc111a&e=e3832ce321

Thank you to Boricuas of the World, for shedding light on wacky Pataki.

 

For a history of the War Against All Puerto Ricans, read the book…

War Against All Puerto Ricans: Revolution and Terror in America’s ColonyBuy it Now

 

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4 Comments on “The emperor of Puerto Rico?

  1. I remember him,he was the puppet of the anti-unions Republican senator Alphonse D’Amato. He was so close to D’mato that they called him al partaki. Que dios lo bendiga a ese cabron

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  2. I really didn’t have to read the attached to know that Pataki is a boat without engine and paddle’s. His Record during his tenure as Governor of New York was a disaster. I mean ask around. He was a no show. A total disaster political constituent while serving a Governor of New York. Now you want to send him to Puerto Rico to do what? Create further disaster!
    Sending Mr. Pataki to Puerto Rico is like sending that uncle that everyone has that breaks and destroys everything just by looking at it!
    Yea, you know the one Mr.Pataki…

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  3. After reading so much of these political characters for so many years I finally come to a conclusion that in order to be an upper echelon politician you must have these evil characteristics 1. Must be a habitual liar 2. Must be a conniving thief 3. You must have no shame. 4. You must not have no regard for human life, even if it leads to murder. 5. Last but not least you must absolutely not believe in God.

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