11 July 2006


False Alarm

Sure, it sounded too good to be true and I was trying to help get Frank some credit as a source. Via Pajamas Media is a good round-up at Fausta's blog. Maybe the rumors got started by the announcement of a post-Castro transition plan.
U.S. Unveils Post-Castro Transition Plan

WASHINGTON, July 10 (UPI) -- U.S. President George Bush Monday approved a comprehensive report on how the United States would assist a possible transition to democracy in Cuba.

The 93-page report outlines a strategy in which the United States would help facilitate the transition following the death of Fidel Castro, who has led the communist island for more than 40 years.

The report includes details of how $80 million program 'will support the Cuban people as they transition from the repressive control of the Castro regime to freedom and a genuine democracy,' said a White House statement released Monday.

Castro turns 80 in August.

The report also details how the Bush administration plans to tighten longstanding sanctions against Cuba and thwart the delivery of aid to groups with ties to the present Cuban government.
On a related note. If your Che T-shirt is becoming threadbare from attending too many anti-war rallies, Al Zarqawi's mom has a replacement for you. The old image of Che has been replaced with a current terrorist. You don't want to be living in the past do you?

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Thank you for the link! Now Hugo Fidel's not only not dead, but stronger than ever.

Yeah, right.

Love the t-shirt.
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