#1 Obama Welcomes Castro's Criticism of America: 'I Personally Would Not Disagree' by algernonpj 22.03.2016 10:15

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Obama Welcomes Castro's Criticism of America: 'I Personally Would Not Disagree'
3:21 PM, Mar 21, 2016 | By Daniel Halper

President Obama said that he "personally would not disagree" with some of Cuban President Raul Castro's criticisms of America:

"President Castro, I think, has pointed out that in his view making sure that everybody is getting a decent education or health care, has basic security and old age, that those things are human rights as well. I personally would not disagree with him," Obama said.

"But it doesn't detract from some of these other concerns. And the goal of the human rights dialogue is not for the United States to dictate to Cuba how they should govern themselves, but to make sure that we are having a frank and candid conversation around this issue. And hopefully that we can learn from each other."

Obama made the comment at a joint press conference with the Cuban Communist dictator.

http://www.weeklystandard.com/article/2001662


What a guy. Wait isn't Obama the one who invoked RTP to effect regime change in the Middle East.

#2 RE: Obama Welcomes Castro's Criticism of America: 'I Personally Would Not Disagree' by truthkeeper 22.03.2016 10:37

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What is it, 304 days now?

God help me, I have to hold on...

#3 RE: Obama Welcomes Castro's Criticism of America: 'I Personally Would Not Disagree' by Rufus T Firefly 23.03.2016 07:50

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I'm not Martin Luther King, but I did have a dream once . . .

In my dream, Cuban apologists Michael Moore, Sean Pean, and now (add to the list) the boy emperor, died.

And they came back to earth (with all their former memories - where they praised Cuba - intact) as prisoners in Cuban jails. Under the magnificent Castro regime.

Too bad Rod Serling is no longer with us. This would have made a good "Twilight Zone" episode.

#4 RE: Obama Welcomes Castro's Criticism of America: 'I Personally Would Not Disagree' by ThirstyMan 23.03.2016 08:02

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Quote: Rufus T Firefly wrote in post #3
I'm not Martin Luther King, but I did have a dream once . . .

In my dream, Cuban apologists Michael Moore, Sean Pean, and now (add to the list) the boy emperor, died.

And they came back to earth (with all their former memories - where they praised Cuba - intact) as prisoners in Cuban jails. Under the magnificent Castro regime.

Too bad Rod Serling is no longer with us. This would have made a good "Twilight Zone" episode.


They should come back to experience the jails.

But these Libs have an envy of the power that a dictator like Castro wields. In their dreams they'd love to come back with an absolute control over others, as Castro himself or at the least, one of Castro's players.

#5 RE: Obama Welcomes Castro's Criticism of America: 'I Personally Would Not Disagree' by algernonpj 23.03.2016 12:14

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Quote: Rufus T Firefly wrote in post #3
I'm not Martin Luther King, but I did have a dream once . . .

In my dream, Cuban apologists Michael Moore, Sean Pean, and now (add to the list) the boy emperor, died.

And they came back to earth (with all their former memories - where they praised Cuba - intact) as prisoners in Cuban jails. Under the magnificent Castro regime.

Too bad Rod Serling is no longer with us. This would have made a good "Twilight Zone" episode.


Great dream

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