Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
Barack's legacy when it comes to Cuba will likely be obliterated on February 20. If he'd gone through the Senate, it would have been more substantial than using his pen and his phone.
Irish President Higgins expresses his "great sadness" upon hearing of Fidel Castro's death.Socialist Ireland sees a common interest in the former Cuban dictator Castro. They look upon Cuban-Americans celebrations as "abominable". Most Irish backed Hillary for president as well.
Trudeau and Obama may be "mourning the loss of this remarkable leader" but I very much doubt that the Cuban people are. What a great pity they aren't allowed to celebrate the death of this monster, who murdered and tortured so many! Cuba Libre!
Please, Please, Please, don't blame all the Canadians for this POS's comments. He's just following in his father's (Pierre Trudeau) footsteps praising his dad's mentor.
Oh no worries there, remember, we elected Obama, twice!
How many of those celebrity dumbasses who said they were moving to Canada if Trump were elected, actually have done so? This useless clueless wuss would be a great PM for them!!
Don't forget Jimmy "I never met a dictator I didn’t like" Carter:"Rosalynn and I share our sympathies with the Castro family and the Cuban people on the death of Fidel Castro. We remember fondly our visits with him in Cuba and his love of his country. We wish the Cuban citizens peace and prosperity in the years ahead."ESAD