Monday, January 30, 2006

Mini-me as a book critic

Sit down before you hear this segment of Alo Presidente ,because your going to laugh and cry at the same time. Check out the setting, but more important check out his comments carefully.


Cuba Journal said...

That is a very funny subtitle that you have in your blog.

Cuba is free now, and it achieved its real indepence on January 1, 1959.

The "freedom" and "democracy" that Uncle Sam likes is that of Fulgencio Batista.

And Uncle Sam does not like democracy when Hamas wins an elction in a lanslide.

Alfredo said...

How can you say that Cuba is free? The dictator has never been elected with no elections(other than the only communist party)in over 47 years. what about all those who have been executed, imprisoned, and tortured simply for disagreeing against the regime.What about all those in Exile? Do you live in the United States? How is it that you defend the dictator and his system, yet live in a free country. If you like that system fine, move to Cuba, China, or North Korea and try to speak out against the government and see what happens. that's the beauty of this country, we can disagree, but try that in Cuba!