Elian Gonzales

John A. Quayle blueoval at SGI.NET
Thu Jan 6 22:34:08 MST 2000

At 10:20 PM 01/06/2000 -0500, a45acp4me at JUNO.COM wrote:
>IMO,  To keep this Kid from his father is Kidnapping.  Think about it.
>What if it was your Child, and Cuba refused to return him?

        Then, the boy's late mother is guilty of kidnapping?!?


>On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 17:09:03 -0500 "John A. Quayle" <blueoval at SGI.NET>
>> At 12:24 PM 01/06/2000 -0700, Jim Nantz wrote:
>> >Now the communists at the INS have decided that Elian Gonzales
>> >should go back to his dad in Cuba. Elian's mother; who he lived
>> >with wanted him to live in the U.S. Cubans living in Florida
>> >have decided to fight this decision in court.
>> >
>> >This morning J.D. Hayworth (R-Az) was intervied on KFYI. He
>> >said before a decision is made to send Elian back to Cuba that
>> >his father should come to the U.S. and make his request to take
>> >his boy back.
>> >
>> >What do you think should happen here? I believe the wishes of
>> >Elian's mom should be respected.  Elian will have better
>> >opportunities here. Also we have no way to know if Mr. Gonzales
>> >really wants his boy back or if Fidel Castro told him he wants
>> >his boy back.
>> "To return Elian to Cuba is a form of child abuse. If Castro is so
>> concerned
>> about family why not release Elian's family and let them join Elian
>> in the
>> United States.  The point is that the child's father is living under
>> a
>> dictator, a totalitarian regime. Yes, the child should be reunited
>> with his
>> dad ... in this country.  The pressure should have been put on
>> Castro to
>> release the father, and, in effect, release all of Cuba.  And one
>> wonders,
>> where is that great defender of children, Mrs. Hillary Clinton, on
>> this
>> issue?  We can only be grateful that during the Cold War, the
>> Clintons were
>> not in power. If they were, all those families and children escaping
>> from
>> East Berlin would have been sent back."
>>                         - RNC Co-Chairman Patricia Harrison, 1/5/00
>>         I agree with Pat Harrison!
>> JAQ
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