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Originally posted by PopeyeFAFL
Ah, yeah, I forgot, it will be so nice, when Cuba return to your normality.
Let's try a little "Battista" era again, when it was corruption wall to wall, prostitution, like there is no tomorrow.
Ah, the "good old day", USA style, can't wait to see it again...
Originally posted by snafu7700
i say just forgive and forget....go ahead and normalize relations. send them some aid, buy some cigars, sell them some pepsi. dont try to force democracy down their throats, but make nice. so he's a dictator, so what. how many dictatorships in the world are we allied to right now? if we ease into it now, it will be so much easier when fidel is gone.
HAVANA, May 13, 2002 (AP Online via COMTEX) -- Jimmy Carter said Monday that American officials briefing him for his trip to Cuba said they had no evidence the communist country was transferring abroad technology that could be used to make weapons of mass destruction.
Carter, the first U.S. head of state in or out of office to visit Cuba since Fidel Castro's 1959 revolution, also met at his hotel with two leading Cuban dissidents for a briefing on human rights. The opposition leaders called on Carter to promote dialogue between the two countries.