Exciting Cuban Economic Reforms: Always Coming Tomorrow
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  • Walter Sobchak

    Cuba is within US waters. A line drawn from San Juan to Brownsville runs through it. We never should have allowed the island to be controlled by hostile forces.

    The time has come to fix the problem. The Castro brothers need to enter an assisted living facility. The gulag needs to be emptied. The US must make this happen, peacefully if possible, but vi et armes if necessary.

    What we are short on is will. We can hope that the Fair Play for Cuba Committee is turfed out in November, but we may have to conduct an assault on the State Department.

  • Aldridkg

    To believe that real economic reform will ever be legitimately implemented under the Castros or his elite inner circle of cronies is a fool’s dream. just ask any Cuban that currently lives in the island and you’ll get the real story of how these so called reforms are run by the regime- it’s all a sham-always has been. The only way to bring economic liberty to Cuba is to get rid of the Castros and his posse by supporting freedom movements in the island. I can only dream of the one day when my country will be truly free.

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