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Quote of the day – See Cuba while it’s still romantically lost in time

Jorge Michel, an Oregon State University student who is going on a "people-to-dictatorship," Castro propaganda adventure to Cuba, expresses his excitement over the trip: Obviously, Jorge realizes it will be sooner rather than later when Cuba is released from the yoke of tyranny and goes on to lose all its romantic charm...

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"I’ve romanticized it, to be completely honest. I think it’s going to be awesome to go down there and just get to see a country that's lost in time."

2 comments to Quote of the day – See Cuba while it’s still romantically lost in time

  • asombra

    Isn't Jorge precious? Bless his heart. Of course, he's in distinguished company. Leni Riefenstahl also romanticized the Third Reich, and look how well THAT turned out. Contemptible cretin.

  • asombra

    "I’ve romanticized it, to be completely honest. I think it’s going to be awesome to go down there and just get to see a country that's lost in time."

    Imagine if anybody had ever said that about a country practicing old-style slavery in the modern world. Needless to say, the slavery practiced in Cuba is STILL slavery.