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Quote of the Day – If we have to wait for the Castros to die, we’ll wait

From an editorial in The Miami Herald, South Florida journalist Michael Putney on the U.S. embargo of Cuba's apartheid Castro dictatorship:

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"[T]he U.S. embargo should stay in place. Fiction or not, it should be lifted only in return for something major from Cuba — the democratic reforms codified in the Helms-Burton law. If that means no 'direct engagement' until the Castros are dead, so be it."
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/02/18/3944320/keep-the-embargo-until-castro.html#.UwdipTgNLpU.twitter#storylink=cpy

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