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Saturday, November 26, 2016

Barack has the SADZ

Fidel Castro dead at 90.

At this time of Fidel Castro’s passing, we extend a hand of friendship to the Cuban people. We know that this moment fills Cubans – in Cuba and in the United States – with powerful emotions, recalling the countless ways in which Fidel Castro altered the course of individual lives, families, and of the Cuban nation. History will record and judge the enormous impact of this singular figure on the people and world around him.
For nearly six decades, the relationship between the United States and Cuba was marked by discord and profound political disagreements. During my presidency, we have worked hard to put the past behind us, pursuing a future in which the relationship between our two countries is defined not by our differences but by the many things that we share as neighbors and friends – bonds of family, culture, commerce, and common humanity. This engagement includes the contributions of Cuban Americans, who have done so much for our country and who care deeply about their loved ones in Cuba.
Today, we offer condolences to Fidel Castro’s family, and our thoughts and prayers are with the Cuban people. In the days ahead, they will recall the past and also look to the future. As they do, the Cuban people must know that they have a friend and partner in the United States of America.




This monster's death puts into perspective our own election: We had one.

As big a crook as Hilary is, she comes nowhere close to this communist when it comes to ripping off the people. Cuba once had a vibrant economy, a literate people, and a reason to laugh. Castro took all that away.

18 comments:

  1. Rioting Lefties might want to consider how Trump deals with those who irritate him.

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    1. Just think of the clerk of courts in Wisconsin

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  2. Cuba libre!
    (You can say it without being shot in the back of the head now.)

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  3. Divine providence--is Soros next?

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  4. Long overdue. Who's going to replace Raul? Bigger question, where will the money come from to rebuild Cuba from it's deteriorated '50s self, now 58 years on come January?

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    1. The US has been the primary (only?) major country having economic sanctions against Cuba. Canada, England, France, Germany, Russia, China -- I think all of them had full trade.
      The Cubans have old US cars (at least the shells...the engines and innards are often replaced with Russian-made parts) because they can't afford new stuff. I wonder if there's a BMW or Mercedes or eve Volkswagen dealership in Havana. I don't think the US prevented them from selling cars there.
      So the "money to rebuild Cuba" is still waiting to be invested. And will continue to wait (and not because of embargo) because Cuba is not, right now under the current dictatorship, a smart place to invest.

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    2. An excellent response. My compliments.

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    3. The US must hold investments back until there are clear signs of change in Cuba. At this point it has been all give by the US and nothing from Cuba. I don't think many big companies are going to build factories there based on what they have seen in Venezuelan. Many large corps have had their businesses taken by the Socialist.

      Until the US green lights that Cuba has truly joined the 21st century and the corrupt socialist are out of power, not much will change. My opinion.

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  5. The old adage that power must be maintained by the same arts with which it was gained was certainly true in this case.
    And it is true of the democrats here. Consider if the election is overturned by stealthy deception. How is the country to be governed thereafter?
    I'm coming to the opinion that Jill Stein does not have standing to challenge the result of the election. If Hillary wants to challenge it she needs to do so not via proxy.

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  6. The NYT mourns.

    -Mikey NTH

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  7. I perceive an opportunity for our next President to do some very positive things regarding Cuba - much to Raul Castro's detriment. - Elric

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  8. Already the censorship begins:

    pic.twitter.com/plDLHVTzrP

    Twitter: "This page does not exist"

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    1. OK? I don't need @Jack at Twitter. Updated, baby.

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    2. As does the Twitter page on "Honesty".

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  9. Screw condolences!

    This will make for a month-long Thanksgiving in South Florida.

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  10. I'm going to start selling Fidel tee shirts on campuses around the world, big money in leftist martyrdom. My capitalist marketing pitch will be that they are hand made in Cuba, environmentally friendly and signed by Fidel before he kicked the bucket(I mean martyred himself) for the good of his people. Long live the Fidel's revolution and lets fight on for Cuban Utopian here in America! Bernie, Bernie, Bernie.

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