Yeah, some surprise, sure… Shocking…. we should all be as shocked as Captain Renault in the film “Casablanca”… shocked, shocked….
Tim Kaine, the Democratic party’s vice-presidential candidate, regurgitated all of the Cuba rhetoric of the Obama administration yesterday, blah, blah, blah….
Loving the Castro regime and helping the Castro dynasty stay in power is the best way to deal with Latin America, he said.
And the changes initiated by the current occupant of the White House are irreversible, he added.
So, vote for Nihillary, hermanos y hermanas, if you want the U.S. to shower the Castro dynasty with gifts.
Oh, you can vote for Trump or the other two bozos if you prefer, but that won’t make a lick of difference.
The Trumpinator has worked very, very hard to ensure that Nihillary will win by a landslide.
And when she is president, the Trumpinator will build hotels, casinos, golf courses, and marinas in Castrogonia.
From Fox News Lateeeeeeeeeeen-oh:
Kaine: Progress with Cuba may go fast or slow, “but will never go back”
The Democratic candidate for vice president, Sen. Tim Kaine, said Saturday in an interview with EFE that relations with Cuba, resumed under the Barack Obama government, may progress faster or slower but “never go back” to what they were. “The process will go forward, never backwards, but we need to work with Cuba on matters of importance, especially on human rights issues,” said the Spanish-speaking senator from Virginia, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
“So we may have a fast or slow process, but we’re not going back,” Kaine said in a telephone interview with EFE when asked about possible Republican obstacles to lifting the embargo on the island.
The senator, who has special ties with Latin America and the Hispanic community, spoke of the benefits that the new diplomacy with Havana means for the United States.
Our process with Cuba is helping the United States in its relations with every country in the Americas – normalizing relations with Cuba is opening doors with other countries in the Americas, and Hillary (Clinton) and I want to work with all the nations of the continent,” the vice-presidential hopeful said.
“From the Yukon to Patagonia” we want to “work in a different, special way with the nations of the Americas,” the senator said in his fluent Spanish.
Obama, who announced the renewal of relations with Cuba in December 2014, recently issued an executive order to make the process of normalizing relations with Cuba “irreversible.”
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