Javier Milei chose Verdi’s musical epic to launch his presidential mandate, but also Ballad for a crazy , a tango by Astor Piazzolla with lyrics by the Uruguayan poet Horacio Ferrer. The song narrates a love conquest and symbolizes the ambition of an anarcho-capitalist economist to rescue Argentina from the abyss.
A country so rich in talent and raw materials should not be so moribund, but it is dying without Peronism, its guardian for almost a century, knowing how to bring it back to life.
Argentina recovered democracy in 1983. 40 years have passed and Peronism has governed for 30, the last four, however, in a dire state, without a president who could impose his criteria on the unions, local powers and his own party. .
Milei is an eccentric way from the center. Macri advises him to be pragmatic, to lower his tone, to hide the chainsaw with which he won the elections. It is not clear, however, that he pays attention to her. It would be the most logical thing, but no one, except his sister, knows him well, and she doesn’t speak.
Karina Milei is his Moses and has led him to the presidency. He now he does numbers. He needs the support of the Peronist governors who will not sell cheap the seats they control, and he needs his brother to stop being a clownish talk show and tie his tie properly. He has led him to the summit, but he has not yet achieved anything. The social cost of the reforms that Argentina needs is enormous. The benefit, however, is uncertain and improvement will only be noticeable in the long term.
Milei has to maintain a good mood so that Argentines don’t get depressed even if they don’t make ends meet. He also has to maintain the epic, and that is why it was right that he took over with Verdi and Piazzolla.
The tango madman suggests his girl get on his “supersport illusion” and then promises to “jump over the abyss of your cleavage.”
There goes Milei in her somersault over the abyss of the beautiful and great Argentina. Prepare the network.