Throw a party and you run the chances that some jerk is going to show up uninvited. Siempre se tiene que aparecer un comemier…
Today’s news that Fidel Castro has retired from leading his nation proves yet again that this important figure defies the attempts of his critics to paint him simply as a power-hungry authoritarian. Instead, it proves that Castro sees clearly the long-term interests of the Cuban people and recognizes that they are best served by a carefully planned transition. Few leaders, having been on the front lines of history so long, would be able to voluntarily step aside in favor of a new, younger generation. In taking this action, Castro is ensuring that the changes he brought about will live on and grow.
If you have the stomach you can read the rest of what the distinguished gentleman from the Bronx has to say about a murderous and vile dictator, courtesy of the New York Times, HERE.
Or, you can just tell this representative of the United States just how you feel about his comments HERE.
Is representative democracy great or what?