Look, honey: we’ve been shacked-up happily for years. Let’s just go ahead and finally get the mariage license, go through the ceremony–and make our families happy. No big deal.

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Lest we forget: Only three years ago the U.S. Justice Department (Eric Holder) flew a KGB-trained Castro-regime torturer (Roberto Hernandez Caballero) to the U.S. at U.S.-taxpayer expense to help prosecute Luis Posada Carriles, a man who spent most of his adult life combating America’s enemies.

Does that sound like the behavior of “estranged” governments?…blah..blah…?

Does that sound like the behavior of a government that “diplomatically isolates” and “blockades” the other …blah….blah…?

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On top of the above–and as we’ve often had sport with here at Babalu–for decades the U.S. has maintained the biggest and busiest foreign diplomatic presence in Cuba of any government on earth! Plus:

* The cash-flow from the U.S. to Cuba annually for the past few years is estimated at $4 billion. While a proud Soviet satrapy Cuba received $3-5 billion annually from the Soviets. In brief, almost every year since Obama took office more cash has been flowing from the U.S. to Cuba than used to flow there from the Soviets at the height of their Cuba-sponsorship.

* In 1957 (when Cuba was a “playground for U.S. tourists” we’re constantly told by the media) 263,000 people visited Cuba from the U.S. We all saw this in Godfather II, liberals’ top educational source on pre-Castro Cuba, right?

In 2014 (when Cuba was being diabolically “blockaded” by the U.S., according to the media) an estimated 650,000 people visited Cuba from the U.S. So under Obama twice as many people are visiting Cuba and dropping many more millions into Castro-regime coffers as in the 1950’s.

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So can we please cut the crap and talk?

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  1. If choosing Jacobson for the job she was given in this charade was not expressly done to mock and insult the Cuban people, then it obviously had unintended consequences: mocking and insulting the Cuban people–graphically, not to say brutally. However, maybe I misjudge; maybe she really was the best the current State Department had at hand. I mean, look at Kerry, let alone the prior SOS.

    It may be I also overestimate our position, as “those people” are wont to do. After all, when people are sufficiently looked down upon, insulting them is not necessarily deliberate or even conscious, but it can just happen “naturally,” as a matter of course. In other words, it could be as relatively mindless as squashing an ant or swatting a fly.

    We have been SUCH fools for SO long. Lord have mercy, because we’re pathetic.

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