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realclearworld

February 24, 1996

Val and Alberto have already posted this morning on the shootdown of our four brothers over the Florida Straits, but I have to add a short note.

I always chuckle when the pro-castro left call us "hardliners" and "intransigent" as though the words were some kind of severe insult. Well, they are not. We are proud of the appellation. We revel in the description. If you need a reason why we are hardline and intransigent about castro and Cuba you need look no further than seventeen years ago today. The murderous bastards in the castro regime, their abettors in the media, and the myriad vendepatrias that now support rapprochement with the regime have blood on their hands.

The left wants justice and they want to "free the five." Sure thing. When you bring back "the four" you murdered, we can talk.

2 comments to February 24, 1996

  • FreedomForCuba

    Ditto pitbull,

    The bloody trail left by the murders and human rights abuses committed by Fidel, Raul Castro and their goons during their fifty four tyrannical years on the Cuban people, demand justice, if not in this life, then on the next.

    If we're labelled as hardliners and intransigents for demanding that justice for all those mortal sins, then we'll carry it like a badge of honor for the rest of our lives and let the almighty God judge those who committed and abetted those crimes accordingly.