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Originally posted by chissler
And that's it right there.
If Bush died tomorrow, and the international community celebrated, Would Americans be ticked off? I would think so. They have no right to celebrate the death of any man, no matter what their opinion. If Cubans wish to celebrate, so be it. But I wish they would not make such a public spectacle of it.
Originally posted by XphilesPhan
Ok, so you acknowledge that it is cubans who are celebrating castro's death and not americans? so why are blaming americans as if we are all dancing in the street or something? Same old anti-american crap, doesnt matter what it is.
Originally posted by FredT
My wife celebrated the demise of Pol Pot. Does that make her bad? Why is it so bad to celebrate the death of a tyrant? Get past the communist pardise propaganda and how many people has castro tortured and killed during his reign? Did you light a candle and shed a tear when Nicolau Chauchescu was hanged? Do you condem the people of Romania who took to the streets dancing? Unless you are a victem of such repression I have a hard time believing you would truly understand.