The Cuban exiled community has received NOTHING BUT BROKEN PROMISES from President Bush. Counting on our vote, again, is somewhat presumptuous. Dismissing the Helms-Burton law for the inhumane Wet/Dry Feet does not speak well for the compassionate President that went around the world to liberate the 30-yr old enslaved people of Iraq while ignoring the 45-yr.old enslaved people of Cuba.<
> Most politicians are lackeys of Corrupt CORPORATE AMERICA that manipulates and prevent us from competing in a FREE MARKET. These are the powerful and convicted CEOs like the Andreas family who want to keep Castro in power and Cuba enslaved so ADM can sell their lousy "FRUCTOSE" without any sugar competition.<
> NOVEMBER ELECTIONS: BEWARE TO ALL CAMPAIGNERS: <
> Honorable Americans WILL NOT VOTE against freedom for Cuba.<
> Nota: Para los que desconocen a la persona Andreas. Es el CEO de la inescrupulosa compañia Archer Daniel Midland (ADM) que financio el caso Elian y estan unidos muy de cerca al Concilio de Iglesias, Universidad Barry, Reno y el abogado de Elian. Unos canallas...que negocian con la sangre de nuestros hermanos dentro de Cuba y con el sufrimiento del exilio...!!!!<
posted on 03/27/2004 1:50:36 PM PST
And do you think John Kerry would be any better?
posted on 03/27/2004 1:52:48 PM PST
Are these downer cows?
posted on 03/27/2004 1:55:15 PM PST
Yeah I got to agree with xJones here. I can't see Kerry being any better for Cuba.
The fact is honorable Americans have a lot of issues to deal with, of which how to deal with Cuba is just one of many issues. It's not that we don't want freedom in Cuba, but I hardly think Cuba is the most pressing issue in this election. And even if it was, I can't see Kerry being the man to lead Cuba to freedom.
posted on 03/27/2004 1:57:07 PM PST
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