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    Rosselló confirma su regreso a la vida política

    martes, 11 de febrero de 2003


    Pedro Rosselló
    (Archivo/Xavier Araújo)

    SAN JUAN
    (EFE) – El ex gobernador Pedro Rosselló confirmó esta mañana a una emisora radial su regreso a la vida política y sus aspiraciones a la gobernación para las elecciones del 2004.

    Roselló dijo que "no existe ambición personal de ser Gobernador, no es la posición lo que me motiva, es la situación de deterioro rápido en que se encuentra Puerto Rico lo que me motiva a seguir en esta lucha".

    Aseguró que "no existe sed de venganza contra nadie, aunque reconozco a adversarios políticos, no considero enemigo a ninguno".

    Añadió que está "convencido de la capacidad para efectuar el cambio necesario".

    Rosselló adelantó que estará en la Isla próximamente, aunque "en el momento no tengo un viaje planificado".

    Mientras, aseguro que "el consenso (en su colectividad) debe estar basado en cómo llevar a cabo un mensaje claro y directo para que se presente una alternativa de rumbo a lo que actualmente vive en Puerto Rico".

    Dijo que "no hay que temer a divisiones siempre y cuando se presente disponibilidad de trabajar en equipo".

    Sobre la posición del actual presidente del PNP, Carlos Pesquera, el ex gobernador dijo que "es un activo extraordinario, tiene excelente cualidades humanas y profesionales, no visualizo un equipo sin la participación de Carlos Pesquera".

    En cuanto a los que opinan que él abandonó el Partido, Rosselló dijo que "dejé establecido que el nuevo liderato que venía necesitaba su espacio y mi posición no era estar día a día en asuntos del Partido, pero estaba establecido que yo regresaría a ayudar al Partido".

    "No abandoné el Partido, di espacio para el desarrollo de un nuevo liderato", comentó.

    EN CUANTO a los señalamiento de la gobernadora Sila Calderón de que sería una "aberración" el regreso de Rosselló, el ex gobernador dijo que "no me sorprende esa actitud consistente (de Calderón) que demuestra lo que se está estableciendo en Puerto Rico que destila odio, carácter de exclusión, intimidación y persecución".

    "Era una respuesta predecible de ella, pero creo que es importante y en esta campaña debemos asegurarnos que así se haga, que se discuta todo el asunto de la corrupción", dijo.

    "Admito que miembros de mi administración le fallaron al pueblo, me siento herido y desilusionado, pero la corrupción no es un mal privativo de un partido. La corrupción permea en la sociedad y requiere de todo nuestro esfuerzo y vigilancia", comentó.

    Añadió que "basado en esa experiencia estableceremos mecanismos para la detención temprana de la corrupción".

  • #2
    I like Rosello, I don't think he is a crook and he truly wants to help. Sure, there are lots of crooks everywhere, but I think this guy is sincere.


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    • #3
      Follow the PNP Case....

      Originally posted by Stanley
      I like Rosello, I don't think he is a crook and he truly wants to help. Sure, there are lots of crooks everywhere, but I think this guy is sincere.
      It is obvious that you know very little about Doctor Dirt!
      Perhaps, you like the cut of his jib, nice suit and haircut, but you know nothing about his total lack of morals, and you obviously have tunnel vision concerning the data that came out of the PNP case of corruption.

      Let me remind you that the Doctor Dirt did know about the embezzled funds from the proposed establishment of the SIDA Clinic. After all, he was a doctor at the time, ummm. Moreover, you either never knew,orhave selective vision that Doctor Dirt was the political operative who setup the infamous 'Quotas' graft system in the PNP. He always referred to his take of graft as his Quota, and that became the name of the anti-social system of corruption.

      Wake up! Stanley. Your lack of perception, for a guy who went to a University is astonishing!!!

      HACIA LA VICTORIA SIEMPRE BORICUAS,
      Soy Puertorrique/no y Punto; e Realista Social.
      EddieR
      E.1: TWO STEPS FORWARD, ONE STEP BACK - V.I. Lenin

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      • #4
        Wake up! Stanley. Your lack of perception, for a guy who went to a University is astonishing!!!

        I detect a stinger!

        I went to school a long time ago. I get the feeling you were brainwashed in college and you cannot understand a different point of view---------- they call that narrow minded. Furthermore, a college education is nothing more than a stepping stone into the learning curve. One goes to college to realize how little one knows and to use that as motivation to learn something new everyday even thou one is not in school anymore. Those who stop learning is school stay in the past. In fact some still think Marxism work. Talking about dinosaurs!

        You don't seem to understand all politicians have other motives to get in power. This also includes the Danny Ortegas of the world. If you still think you can find 100% purity in these political leaders maybe you were not college material afterall. Are you an overachiever?


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        • #5
          Wait Stan, there is something you should know about our Marxist preacher.

          Eddie doesn't have a College degree, nor does Camano...

          Yautia does, but she is not a major on real SCIENCE and particularly not math, but on social sciences. Her daughter Suki studied only to be a Social Worker.

          None of the Marxist peddlers have a degree in Physics, Medicene, Engineering, Math, Economics, or any other HARD SCIENCE.

          The other Marxists dolts here don't have a college degree either, like the guy with the dirty
          Conscience.

          So, the guys attacking you are just intellectual "
          wannabes".

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          • #6
            That may explain the misconception about a college education. BTW, I also studied science (Grad +post grad) and will admit I had no interest in "Ciencias Sociales". I always admired guys from El Colegio de Mayaguez, they were generally smarter than your average UPR guy (particularly those from the Ciencias Sociales faculty).



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            • #7
              "Inhabilitado" Pedro Rosselló

              jueves, 13 de febrero de 2003

              Por Israel Rodríguez Sánchez


              EL EX gobernador Pedro Rosselló está impedido de aspirar a la gobernación en las elecciones del 2004 porque no cumple con los requisitos mínimos que establece la Constitución para ocupar ese cargo electivo, reiteró ayer el senador independiente Sergio Peña Clós.

              Al igual que en diciembre cuando El Nuevo Día le preguntó sobre el tema, Peña Clós respondió que la Constitución del Estado Libre Asociado establece el requisito de que el gobernador "sea y haya sido durante los cinco años precedentes -a la elección- ciudadano de los Estados Unidos de América y ciudadano y residente bonafide de Puerto Rico".

              Aunque Peña Clós dijo que es posible que esta controversia se resuelva en los tribunales, opinó que al Partido Popular Democrático (PPD) no le hace falta acudir a los foros judiciales. "El PPD no necesita eso... Lo que tiene que hacer es enmarcar la corrupción rampante de los últimos años", agregó Peña Clós.

              EL SENADOR del Partido Independentista Puertorriqueño, Fernando Martín, dijo en días recientes a El Nuevo Día que habría que dilucidar qué quiere decir la Constitución cuando dice "residente bonafide" como parte de la discusión de esta controversia. Rosselló reside hace dos años en Virginia, pero ha mantenido una residencia en Guaynabo.

              Por otro lado, el abogado independentista Juan Mari Bras denunció también la traba constitucional de cinco años de residencia que enfrentaría Rosselló.

              "Están confundiendo el concepto de domicilio en derecho con el de residencia", opinó Mari Bras. Indicó que la Constitución de lo que habla es de "residencia" y no de "domicilio". Según el mayagüezano, cualquier elector o líder político puede impugnar en los tribunales las aspiraciones de Rosselló.

              En una entrevista con El Nuevo Día en diciembre, el ex juez asociado del Tribunal Supremo, Antonio Negrón García manifestó que la candidatura de Rosselló va a depender de la intención que él tuvo cuando se fue del país y se estableció en enero del 2001 en Estados Unidos. "El concepto de residencia se nutre de unos indicadores objetivos que a su vez van a determinar, ausente de una expresión pública de la persona, de lo que se pueda colegir del ánimo y la intención de esa conducta", dijo entonces Negrón García.

              Asismismo, uno de los padres de la Constitución, Luis Muñoz Rivera, indicó que el planteamiento requiere estudio, pero en principio coincidió con Negrón García.

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              • #8
                El jib the christian fool. Who in one post admits he does nothing all day decides to criticize the leftists yet again.

                No Fake Jibaro, I am not a social worker. Whoever fabricated that lie is lying to you. IF you think being poor and getting a scholarship is for the academically weak, I challenge you to not save one penny for college for your son and let him compete with the poor kids to get a college degree. Because Yautia is hardcore and believes if you want a university degree you had better get it without money. I did, and grad school too. And I studied genetics, geology, languages, and archaeology among many things. I can talk to you about what I specialized in, but what for? You two are arrogant jerks who don't appreciate the struggles of an education for the non elitist or the non lambeojo de los estadounidenses.

                As for Yautia...Neither of you are fit to understand her. She was a summa cum laude. And studied science and got extremely high gpa in that and the MA and the doctorate. When she graduated she got a letter from law school and medical school stating due to her achievement levels, she had a free tuition if she wanted to become a lawyer or a doctor. She turned it down, she thought education is what is needed. IF you think educators do not use science or deal with it at all you both are fools. I had to throw out some dude from the house who wanted to give her the job of secretary of education in her state because his candidate won the governorship and her 'science' training program for kids was an excellent one and effective. No more stress for her. Over my dead body she will take some stressful job. You both are insensitive fools and I hope God forgives your arrogance. Educated people should serve the uneducated, not be arrogant fools who suck up to the government that is keeping their own ethnic group in a colonized state. But hey what can you expect from you two? Dos egoistas que se pasan sobandoses sus egos todo el dia.

                Suki.

                Thank God no one in our family reads your arrogant postings. We have a vice president of a corporation a cousin, Yautia's brother who speaks four languages and has a grad degree. My sis the lawyer who got her degree without money on her own merits as well. And we have a slew of biologists, mathematicians, etc. all whom love la Yautia and care for her. Why because she is a decent human being and has made their lives richer...they all agree she is a very bright lady...and according to my first cousin who called yesterday 'too big of a heart and she does not give a damn about money, if everyone in education were like her there would not be a problem in education." wHY EVEN ATTEMPT TO SAY ANYTHING. God knows who she is you two will never know. Your loss.

                [Edited by Suki on 13th February 2003 at 07:51]

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                • #9
                  Hey Sooky, don't get all upset mija, just admit to knowing little on REAL SCIENCE.

                  By the way, I took Archeology, Anthropology, Languages, Political Science, Psychology, et.al., two semesters, and they were a piece of cake. Those were required undergrad courses: Social Sciences 101 and 102. Oh, I also took Economy 101 and 102, but that requires MATH...

                  Anyway, when I went to school my parents could only pay for room and board, and that was to be 30% of our extremely low mortgage payments, the rest was paid by the PELL grants. Oh yes, I went to my State College, not a private one: el Colegio de Mayagüez . And by the way, I don't complain that the guys/gals around me had it better or worse than me as far funding their studies:
                  • the more the difficulties I had to overcome to get my degree the better for me .
                  The degree is worth second to the amount of effort to gain it!

                  However, when I do mention that most of you Marxists have no schooling I am stressing that most of your arguments are based on IGNORANCE. You guys pompously blurt out a plethora of slogans and half truths based on FALSE PREMISES. And most of you guys just follow blindly what men such as FAT Jabba-the-Hut Mari-Bras spit at you with disdain.

                  That my loyalty is with the Nation I am a Citizen of and where I reside in is more a GOOD VALUE than a bad one, for there is such a thing a TREACHERY, like the people in your camp love to wallow in, and you seem blind to that. Oh well, call GOOD "
                  evil", and call EVIL "good" ...

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                  • #10
                    Suki:

                    It is not nice to throw insults at others. When I post to you or your mother I never put in question your intelligence or education------------ you sound like someone who has gone to school.

                    I think El Jibaro is referring to something entirely different. It seems that there are two different types of college students. There are those who gravitate to math and science and those who prefer the liberal arts such as history, literature, social sciences, ect. In my experience these two groups tend to have somewhat different approaches and viewpoints. In my time the students of el Colegio de Mayaguez were always very strong in math as they were studying engineering . Their viewpoints were always different than a student from the UPR Ciencias Sociales faculty. These two type of students were VERY different from each other------------- It was like night and day.



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                    • #11
                      Ed is correct

                      Stanley, Ed is correct the corruption that he mentioned is not a lie and you call this brainwashed? If your tactic is
                      the same as the article that Uncle Tom posted I do comprehend you but if you really like this guy you will remind me of Castro Font a "Popular" who eventually became an apologist for the accumulation of colonialism. You are heading that way. It will be intersting to see it.

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                      • #12
                        I don't know if he is a crook or not, How could I know that? In the end all I can do is choose to believe what I want to believe. But, that is not the issue. Would you stop being a socialist if you discovered that there were corrupt socialist leaders? I would think that an ideal is an ideal regardless of who is the most crooked party----- PPD versus PNP.


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                        • #13
                          Well

                          If you beleive he is innocent I will say you are a naive individual.

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                          • #14
                            Why are you hiding in CANADA stinky cayman?

                            I guess you are much less legal and innocent than Rosselló yourself ...

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                            • #15
                              So...

                              You are admitting of the acts of crooks, well I am in Canada for the same reasons you want PR to be a state of the US but I want Puerto Rico to be a province of Canada.
                              I do not have to steal the Canadian government gives me what I need. You guys do not know how to steal and you guys have to beg for money. We do not have to beg the Canadians for money. They love us.
                              I comprehend why you feel you cannot make the decisions within yourselves. Be a real dependentista. Look at me I live comfy at Toronto and I do not have to beg nobody, the government gives it to me. While you guys steal the FBI agents are behind you, lol Ay bendito. lolololololololololololololol

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