Thursday, June 07, 2012

The Cuban-American community: Its future and relations with Cuba

The grip on Florida politics is slipping away from the right wing of Cuban emigres.  And they don't like it.  Their entrenched members in the leadership of Congress are struggling to maintain their hold on US foreign policy vis a vis Cuba. That privileged position is threatened; they'll try anything to prevent its loss. 
Read Progreso Seminal, simply the best on-going analysis of Cuba and the US.

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Of the biblical allotment of three score and ten I have lived only three of them more than a bicycle ride from one of the Great Lakes. I grew up ten blocks from Lake Erie in the (once Irish/Italian ghetto, now newly-hip) "Near West Side" of Cleveland. I can still cycle to the Milwaukee lakefront in an hour and a half; but, a round-trip has always been more than I would (noror ever did) attempt. -0- I'm a "...somewhat combative pacifist and fairly cooperative anarchist," after the example of Grace Paley (1922-2007). -0- I'm always cheerful when I pay my taxes (having refused--when necessary--to pay that portion of them dedicated to war). -0- And I always, always vote.