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Now DON’T LAUGH!–but you know how the cash and credit-starved Castro regime secretly “LOVES” the embargo? Well…..

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(Yes fellas...laugh. But who can really blame the "experts" for spouting such rib-rockers? The media dutifully spreads them. And nobody else really gives a shit.)

Well it turns out the cash and credit-starved Castro-regime also abhors investments and remittances from Miami! I SWEAR I am not making this up:

From a Reuters report on the anti-"embargo"-Palooza in Miami this week:

Roberto Veiga, deputy editor of Espacio Laical, a highly-read magazine of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Havana:

"That is a decisive factor for Cuba," he said. "But there is resistance (within the Cuban government) to investment from Miami because ... the Cubans here in Miami have money and the Cubans on the island don't," he added.

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(Stay tuned: probably next week we'll read some "expertise" on how the Castro-regime secretly ADORES(!!!) the designation of terror-sponsor.

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