Fidel Castro Must Die


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Friday, August 4, 2006 - 12:30pm

Fidel Castro Must Die

There's a new movie coming out called "John Tucker Must Die", but I thought it much more appropriate if Fidel Castro died instead.  Mike Lowell of the Boston Red Sox stated it much better than I could the other day, so I will use his words.

"I hope he dies.  Castro killed members of my family.  My dad had to pack up his suitcase at 10 years old with his three brothers, who had nothing.  And my mother was 11 years old and my grandfather, who'd been a dentist for 15 or 20 years, had to go back to school to be (politically) re-educated.  My cousins were political prisoners.  My father-in-law was a political prisoner for 15 years because, at 19, they asked him if he agreed with communism and he said 'No', so they sentenced him to death.  That's not the way to live. I know it's terrible to say, but I think of all of that and I hope he passes away."

   It is estimated that thousands of political prisoners have been executed by Fidel Castro, many coming within the first ten years of his rule.  Some mark the number as high as 50,000 executions.  Castro killed or imprisoned anyone who disagreed with him.  As a result, he has been able to rule the country for over 45 years, making him the longest ruling head of state in the world.

Fidel Castro had surgery a few days ago, but his condition was still uncertain as of this writing.  Many people, myself included, hope he doesn't make it.  In the Little Havana section of Miami, people were celebrating his potential death.  I will not celebrate just yet, but will definitely do so if he croaks.


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