It’s March, and the tension is mounting. One commenter at Birther Report said:
The warrants are already lined up for some of the Obot clowns. I’m quite sure because this is a full blown criminal investigation. As a matter of fact I believe some warrants have already been issued for various documents.
Where to go? Where to go?
One destination made famous by the movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, where an outlaw can re-establish himself, is a region shared by Argentina and Chile called Patagonia. Even though the United States has extradition treaties with Argentina and Chile, still it would be easy to disappear into the mountains in such a place. Bruce Chatwin’s book In Patagonia (1977) is a fascinating travelogue that includes some historical information on the old time outlaws. Of course, one must make sure ones passport and vaccinations are up to date. A visa is required for a visit longer than 90 days. There is also a $160 entry fee to Argentina, but the vanishing outlaw need not worry about the exit fees
Patagonia is a starkly beautiful region with glaciers and deserts, flamingos and penguins.
One may have a long stretch of success, but there comes a point when one should just take the money and run. Mike Zullo has made some bold statements about what is going to happen in March and who knows the result? It’s serious business.
I hope Zullo enjoys his exile, wherever he flees to. I think his muy mas macho moustache will fit right in there in Patagonia.