Commentary: Send the spring break hordes to Cuba

Mar 10, 2013 Full story: McClatchy 8

The hedonistic hordes came out of the north by the thousands. Fort Lauderdale beach was strewn with their bodies.

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Michel Robinson

Sparta, NJ

#1 Mar 10, 2013
The castro brothers would simply fill'm with lead.

They are murderous swine and couldn't care less!
Don from Canada

Sault Sainte Marie, Canada

#2 Mar 10, 2013
Michel Robinson wrote:
The castro brothers would simply fill'm with lead.
They are murderous swine and couldn't care less!
What comic strip do you get your information from, regarding Cuba? Could it possibly be,'The Babalu Blog? Open your eyes man, the world passed you by in the 1990's. Cuba is advancing, all be it at a slow,(but steady), pace. Check it out for yourself by reading something other than the 'Embellishment Champion News Reporter', the Babalu Blog. Their mission in life is to accept payment from the CIA,(or one of its nefarious divisions), to discredit Cuba in any way that it can. The truth in any of their articles is stretched BEYOND belief. I have observed,'a paper cut becomes a decapitation', in any of their news reperts.
Armando

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#3 Mar 10, 2013
Don from Canada wrote:
<quoted text> What comic strip do you get your information from, regarding Cuba? Could it possibly be,'The Babalu Blog? Open your eyes man, the world passed you by in the 1990's. Cuba is advancing, all be it at a slow,(but steady), pace. Check it out for yourself by reading something other than the 'Embellishment Champion News Reporter', the Babalu Blog. Their mission in life is to accept payment from the CIA,(or one of its nefarious divisions), to discredit Cuba in any way that it can. The truth in any of their articles is stretched BEYOND belief. I have observed,'a paper cut becomes a decapitation', in any of their news reperts.
You are so ignorant that it hurts!Babalu Press is a World respected and well known news source
Sandy

Miami, FL

#4 Mar 10, 2013
Armando wrote:
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You are so ignorant that it hurts!Babalu Press is a World respected and well known news source
Respected by who, your ilk?

Fine bunch they are.

"The Cuban community that doesn’t care about corruption when it casts its vote was critically portrayed by most leading city columnists and others, Cuban and otherwise. Robert Steinback, a Black Miami Herald columnist, said the Cuban community is gullible. Liz Balmaseda calls it “a knee-jerk majority” that would elect a hamster wearing a Cuba Libre T-shirt, and,“They only cared that he was Cuban.”

http://www.popularsovranty.org/mdc.shtml
Sandy

Miami, FL

#5 Mar 10, 2013
Don from Canada wrote:
<quoted text> What comic strip do you get your information from, regarding Cuba? Could it possibly be,'The Babalu Blog? Open your eyes man, the world passed you by in the 1990's. Cuba is advancing, all be it at a slow,(but steady), pace. Check it out for yourself by reading something other than the 'Embellishment Champion News Reporter', the Babalu Blog. Their mission in life is to accept payment from the CIA,(or one of its nefarious divisions), to discredit Cuba in any way that it can. The truth in any of their articles is stretched BEYOND belief. I have observed,'a paper cut becomes a decapitation', in any of their news reperts.
Well said ,as usual and I hope more and more Canadians, Europeans, etc visit Cuba and enjoy its natural untarnished beauty before it changes for the worse.

Just look at the ZERO political and police standards in Miami.
Madre Teresa

Miami, FL

#6 Mar 10, 2013
I was in Cuba recently. Yes untarnished but, let's be honest. Not doing too good. People eat, don't get me wrong. But it stayed back in time.
Sandy

Miami, FL

#7 Mar 11, 2013
Madre Teresa wrote:
I was in Cuba recently. Yes untarnished but, let's be honest. Not doing too good. People eat, don't get me wrong. But it stayed back in time.
You are a wise one but let us be honest, If you had to be poor would you prefer Cuba, Haiti or Mexico?

I think with the health care alone though limited you would say Cuba.

Castro has his faults but anyone who for 54 years enrages and toys with the Miami junta is A OK with me and boy did he toy with them..

For over 54 yrs he has kept people like WJDC from ever returning as he wanted to , LMAO that is just priceless.

I suspect that at this point Cuba has higher political and police standards that Miami Cuban run Hialeah .
Armando

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#8 Mar 11, 2013
Sandy wrote:
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You are a wise one but let us be honest, If you had to be poor would you prefer Cuba, Haiti or Mexico?
I think with the health care alone though limited you would say Cuba.
Castro has his faults but anyone who for 54 years enrages and toys with the Miami junta is A OK with me and boy did he toy with them..
For over 54 yrs he has kept people like WJDC from ever returning as he wanted to , LMAO that is just priceless.
I suspect that at this point Cuba has higher political and police standards that Miami Cuban run Hialeah .
Ves enano por eso es que ustedes no progresan,siempre tienen la mente del perdedor en el subconciente..la mente de ser pobre y fracazar y de vivir del gobierno!

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