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Are all Cuban-American College Kids “New Men?” (Che Guevara–and a few others–must be gloating)

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Tomorrow on the 46th anniv. of Che Guevara's whacking our friends at the YAF (Young Americans Foundation) celebrate "No More Che Day" on campuses nationwide.

On this side of Alice's Looking Glass colleges in Florida (presumably where most relatives of Che Guevara's victims and those familiar with his crimes study) would seem ideal sites for such a celebration.

But I call your attention to the YAF's Honor-Roll of participants. From sea to shining sea, college kids will be celebrating Che Guevara's death. But you will search in utter vain for any such celebration on any campus where Cuban-American college-kids are common.

Now the roll call of gloaters:

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1 comment to Are all Cuban-American College Kids “New Men?” (Che Guevara–and a few others–must be gloating)

  • asombra

    What, you thought you'd find Miami's FIU or MDC on that list? And be taken for "those people"? The horror! Fashion victims and PC casualties are everywhere, even among Cuban-Americans, where one would think that would be out of the question. And then, of course, there are the eternal opportunists, who are hardly scarce and never have been. Shit happens. And btw, that "roots" guy looks a lot more Puerto Rican than Cuban. As for Saladrigas, he looks a good bit like a bald Cretina (ours) in a suit.