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I swear Suchlicki is on Castro’s payroll

December 19th, 2012 | Posted by William Vidal in Hard-line hijinks | US Politics | WTF?

I mean who in their right mind would say something this beneficial to the Cuban regime without getting a little sumthin’-sumthin’ on the side? From today’s Politico article on how everyone in the universe agrees the US Embargo on Cuba is a failure:

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Still, said Jaime Suchlicki, a Cuban émigré who is the director of the Cuba Transition Project at the University of Miami, “do you give away a policy that has been in place for 50 years, whether you think it’s right or wrong, good or bad, effective or not — for nothing? Without a quid pro quo from Cuba?”

Um, yes, Jaime. If it’s a useless pile of shit, you scrap it. Or you fix it. You can even ask the guy on the other side to help you. What you don’t do is keep it in the backyard, rotting away and stinking up any legitimate attempt at trying to resolve the long-standing and pointless conflict between the U.S. and Cuba. By maintaining the Embargo, we only help those who most benefit from it’s existence, namely the octogenarians struggling to hold on to power in Cuba, and the octogenarians struggling to stay relevant in Miami…aha! 

The U.S. Embargo on Cuba

 

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  • Es más viejo el bloque que los octogenarios que dirigen al país, estos son más legítimos al menos son del país.
    El bloqueo ya muere, es decadente en su acción, pero los cambios son bien recibidos por los cubanos de aquí y los de allá, es bien recibido por los cubanos todos.

    Block is older than octogenarians who run the country, these are legitimate at least are in the country.
    Blocking and dies, is decadent in its action, but the changes are well received by Cubans here and there, is well received by all Cubans.



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