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Quote of the day – Isn’t it curious…

Jay Nordlinger in National Review Online on the curious coincidence that Cubans who the Castro dictatorship considers a threat seem to mysteriously die in car accidents:

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"Some friends of mine have a question: 'Isn’t it curious' that the Cuban general in charge of the Castros’ air force and air-defense systems dies in a car crash in the very week that U.N. inspectors seek to travel to Cuba, to interview him about the fighter jets and defense systems intercepted on their way to North Korea? Yeah, it’s curious, I’ll say. Inconvenient people have a way of dying in car crashes in the Castros’ land."

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