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Quote of the day

Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) at the U.S. Cuba Democracy PAC luncheon this past Friday in Coral Gables, Florida in regards to his stance on U.S. policy towards Cuba and the Castro dictatorship (via El Diario de las Americas - my translation):

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"Twenty years ago I said first comes Cuba, then comes the Party; I have stayed true to that. There are well-financed interests out there that don't want me to remain in my position because of my staunch stance (in regards to Cuba) and soon we will know who they are... When it comes to liberty in Cuba, there is no negotiation."

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