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  • asombra: It’s painful to see this kind of ambivalence, not to say equivocation, from a Cuban this late in the game. Not a good sign.

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  • asombra: Still, this venomous old fart could do a Chico Escuela and go “the revolution been berry, berry good to me.”

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The same regime

The same Castro regime "Cuba Experts" are telling us is implementing monumental economic and social reforms, and the same regime "Cuba Experts" tells us we should initiate an honest dialogue with, and the same regime that "Cuba Experts" tell us is no threat whatsoever to the U.S. or the world, and the same regime "Cuba Experts" tell us we should trust and embrace, said this just recently:

Cuban Diplomat Lauds Tehran's N. Disarmament Efforts

TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Cuban diplomat praised Tehran for holding the international conference on disarmament and non-proliferation, stressing that Iran has proved to be committed to the preservation and promotion of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).

"This conference is a new and tangible partnership on disarmament and non-proliferation of nuclear weapons," Cuba's Deputy Envoy to the UN Rodolfo BenAtez said, addressing the audience in the second international conference on nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation in Tehran on Sunday.

I have said it before and I will say it again: I do not envy for one second the job of a "Cuba Expert." It has to be excruciatingly frustrating to have weeks and months worth of propaganda work annihilated with one simple statement time and again.

To call the work of a "Cuba Expert" an exercise in futility is an understatement.

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