Ungracious to the end, spouting propaganda, and plastered in inches of make-up,
Cristina Kirchner holds massive farewell party as Falkland islanders look forward to better days. Thousands took to the streets of Buenos Aires to thank Cristina Kirchner for her presidency, or celebrate her departure. Falkland islanders simply breathed a sigh of relief
White lace dresses must be a thing in Argentina right now. Mrs. Macri wore one the following day. Macy‘s has Cristina’s dress on sale for $85.
She moaned, “At midnight they are turning me into a pumpkin,” when a judge issued an order that ended her presidency at midnight on Wednesday, and did not leave her car when confronted by protestors in front of her house after the rally,
(“Chorra” means thief.)
The water heater‘s not working, either.
As mentioned earlier, Cristina didn’t show up for Macri’s inauguration. Macri showed up on time, catching the media (which had grown used to hours-long waits for prima donna assoluta Cristina) by surprise, gave a brief speech, and did a little dance when urged by the crowd.
Evo Morales, Juan Manuel Santos and Michelle Bachelet were on their best behavior. Former king of Spain Juan Carlos did not bring any ivory souvenirs.
Rafael Correa, on the other hand, tripped on the red carpet at Macri’s inauguration on Thursday and had to grab on to him to avoid falling
“I nearly brought down the government”, quipped Correa at a reception for foreign heads of state after Macri’s swearing-in, which ended 12 years of leftist populism in Argentina.
“Not so quickly,” Macri shot back, to the laughter of onlookers in the elegant San Martín Palace.
During the lunch, security removed Correa from the premises when he loudly protested that they were being served crappy wine,”It’s the limit when we’re served wine that’s not even worth $100 a bottle.”
Correa insisted that he does not inflict cheap hooch upon his guests, serving instead wine worth $300 a bottle.
Guess which of all the above items is from a humor/satire website. (Macy’s dress still available on most sizes)
In more serious news, the new Minister of Justice announced the creation of a department for the investigation of Alberto Nisman’s death.