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What’s wrong with undermining a tyranny?

Earlier today, I added my thoughts to The Washington Post editorial that Alberto de la Cruz commented on.

These are some of the points that I made:

"There is nothing wrong with the US trying "undermine tyranny," such as the one in Cuba.

Have people forgotten that Cuba is still a communist dictatorship?

Or that the Castro regime is an enemy of the US?

Or that they are holding a US citizen on some bogus charges of espionage?"

Cheers for the person who started this plan to undermine the Castro regime.   Glad to see that someone in the Obama administration has a clue about the reality of the world!

The full article can be read here.

P.S.  We learned today that Dr. Gross, the US citizen in a Cuban jail, will go on a hunger strike to protest his unjust incarceration.    I guess that just confirms that there is a real tyranny down in Cuba!

 

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