Antojitos: A Song for Calderon

Well, every family has one, the ugly relative who drinks too much at the christening or blurts out the bad news about Aunt Glady's "female" maladies. In Mexico, the buzz is all about Felipe Calderon's "el cunado incomodo," translated as the "uncomfortable" or "inconvenient" brother-in-law.


In this little ditty produced by the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD) and aired on the Reforma Web site, Calderon's opponents hector: "Tell us please they're lying."

Listen to the audio here.

-- Ceci Connolly

By washingtonpost.com Editors |  June 15, 2006; 2:08 PM ET  | Category:  Antojitos
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