“Cuando Sali de Cuba”

Meyer Lanskys hitmen arriving in Miami
Meyer Lansky's hitmen arriving in Miami. Don't let 'em fool ya. There's a Tommy gun and $2 million from slot machines stashed inside that little girl's doll

The author of one of the historic exile’s (emphasis by revanchist poster) favorite songs died today in Spain. More than a song, for many of our parents it was a heartbreaking form of anthem.

The Argentine/Spaniard Luis Aguile made it a point to dedicate this lovely song to Cuban exiles. So naturally the MSM “overlooks” this detail.

2 thoughts on ““Cuando Sali de Cuba”

  1. The mainstream media that always follows the tyranny’s talking points, cues, directives, etc… would not like that song one bit because one of the critiques that the tyranny unfairly hurls at us [as if there were something negative in this very human emotion] is that we are nostalgic, and that song is the essence of nostalgia, pain, lost, etc…

  2. just a tad sensitive on this one aren’t we? He had a hit song that no one who speaks English has ever heard of – that being said it is a miracle that an obit was even run. Get over yourselves. As inconcievable as it may seem we are not the center of the universe.

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