There is always Fidel

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December 30, 2010
The American Spectator
by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.  
Posted in Commentary

"Next week marks the 52nd anniversary of Fidel Castro's arrival to his Cuban throne. I cannot wait to see how it will be solemnized. Will little children appear before Fidel throwing flowers? They better not throw them too hard. He is pretty frail. Will there be a military parade? If there is, where will they come up with the gasoline? There is hardly enough in the country for the Communist party leaders' limousines. What will they be celebrating? By now everyone knows that the revolution was a stupendous bust starting about 51 years ago." (12/30/10)  

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