Time fan-girl: Che is an inspiration to asthma sufferers!

Time fan-girl: Che is an inspiration to asthma sufferers!
Asthma and hip: who knew?

[Ed. – Take heart, all you EPA victims with the subpar inhalers — you too can be a mass murderer.]

Jennifer Latson paid tribute to communist thug Che Guevara on the anniversary of his death in a gushing Friday item on Time magazine’s website. Latson marveled how the Argentinian radical “might have considered the United States his worst enemy, but he faced an even greater threat to his revolutionary ambitions: asthma.”  The writer later touted that “asthma didn’t keep him from embracing the rowdiness of youth,” and that “it didn’t prevent him from following a rugged revolutionary road to Cuba.”

Latson led her article, titled “How Che Guevara Didn’t Let Asthma Affect His Ambitions,” with her “even greater threat to his revolutionary ambitions” line about the leftist’s asthma, and noted that “asthma was a constant threat from his earliest youth.” She continued with an account of the physical abuse that Guevara’s father inflicted on his “tiny and sickly” son when he was a child, which “instead of toughening him up…left him with a persistent cough and severe asthma.”

The Time journalist also pointed out that the communist’s “approach to his own health was no gentler; asthma didn’t keep him from embracing the rowdiness of youth…[Guevara] ‘played amateur rugby at top speed, wheezing to the sidelines from time to time for whiffs from the inevitable atomizer.'”

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