Thursday, April 29, 2004

Bush and Cuba

The President gave a speech to supporters in Florida and talked about, among other things, a free Cuba:

He declared the fight for freedom shouldn't be isolated to the Middle East; it should also focus on our own back yard. Bush outlined his future policy on Cuba with two words, "Cuba Libre" [Free Cuba], drawing raucous applause and chants of "Viva Bush" from the crowd.

"George W. Bush has been a consistent defender of the principles of liberty, freedom and respect for human rights in both Cuba and Haiti," U.S. Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen told The Hurricane. "His opponent has been all over the board on this issue and has established that he can not be trusted to do what is right for the Cuban and Haitian people."


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