Columnist Dan Le Batard writes about his personal feelings towards President Obama’s trip to Cuba at the Miami Herald:
Another loss. That’s what this already feels like to so much of Miami, before the “historic” baseball game has even been played. As if the Cubans who fled to this country haven’t already felt enough of those losses over the decades. Lost childhoods. Lost roots. Lost families. Lost land. Lost freedoms. Lost lives in the ocean that divides Cuba and America like the million miles of distance between desperation and hope.
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I think now would be a good time to repost these after seeing the huge Che poster in the background of Obama's visit...
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