These media outlets and policy makers owe the victims of these brutal dictatorships an apology.
Mauricio Claver-Carone’s Daily ScheduleAugust 28th, 2013 | Posted by in Hard-line hijinks
at 10:32 PM Tuesday, August 27, 2013
For years, media outlets and policy makers peddled the false narrative of Cuba’s Raul Castro and Syria’s Bashar al-Assad as “reformers.”This was never based on any evidence – other than Assad attending college in Britain and Castro’s economic cosmetics.(In case you’re wondering, Assad’s Syria is a bastion of economic freedoms compared to Castro’s Cuba.)Yet, here we are, on the eve of a military response to Assad’s use of chemical weapons against his own people.Meanwhile, Raul Castro is taking American hostages, smuggling weapons to North Korea, trafficking intelligence to fellow state-sponsors of terrorism, dramatically increasing political arrests and murdering internationally-recognized democracy leaders.
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Mauricio’s daily schedule:
8:00 am: Wakeup, have breakfast
9:00 am: Determine who owes Cuba an apology
10:00 am: Write blog
11:00 am: Post blog
12:00 pm: Lunch
1:00 pm: Tweet blog
1:30 pm: Post blog to Facebook
2:00 pm: Tell Babalu Blog to re-post blog
2:30 pm: Tell Miami Herald to write article about blog
3:00 pm: 5-Hour Energy break after grueling day
3:30 pm: Check in on Frank Calzon, make sure he hasn’t had a heart attack today
4:00 pm: Wait for apology
4:30pm: Deposit paycheck
5:00 pm: Go to Ching Ching Cha in Georgetown for afternoon tea
6:00 pm: Keep waiting