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Whose side are you on?

Capitol Hill Cubans asks the question: Whose side do you want to be on?

Whose Side Do You Want To Be On?

Here's the "new" Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party selected by Cuban dictator Raul Castro:


And here's the new generation of pro-democracy activists, bloggers and regime critics:


Who do you think the Cuban people would choose -- if given the chance?

3 comments to Whose side are you on?

  • asombra

    Click on the top photo for an enlargement, and look at the far right foreground. There are two ancient geezers in wheelchairs that look like Raul's PARENTS.

  • Mr. Mojito

    Commie Geezers vs Democracy Hipsters

  • Rayarena

    How interesting, the MSM calls us Cuban exiles "aged." Their favorite little ditty is to talk about that mythical generational shift. I mean, who can forget the infamous Oliphant cartoon depicting all Cuban exiles as decrepit senior citizens.

    I wonder [tongue-in-cheek] if the American MSM is going to start harping on the REAL [NOT MYTHICAL] generational shift inside castro's Cuba?