Elians grandparents part 2

John A. Quayle blueoval at SGI.NET
Wed Jan 26 01:28:32 MST 2000

At 12:34 AM 1/26/00 +0000, a45acp4me at JUNO.COM wrote:
>If it is all that bad in Cuba, then why would the boy's
> Grandparents want him to return?.

        Castro is as big a swinger there, as Billy C is here.

> All I know about Cuba is what I have been fed by GOV.COM.

        Want the real story? Ask guys like Orlando Cepeda, Tony Perez, or Andres
Galaraga......anybody who risked their lives to play baseball here can tell
you. Orlando Hernandez (Yankees), or his brother Livan (of the Giants) can
also tell you.
Long as you're checking, ask Geoff Metcalf (from Worldnet Daily). I think
he has a piece on Castro.

John Q.

> Why don't we stop denying trade with Cuba so it can be a better
>place to live?
>On Tue, 25 Jan 2000 18:30:10 -0500 kewcomm1 at IX.NETCOM.COM writes:
>>    What disturbs me the most about this matter of sending the
>> boy back to Cuba is a recent poll in which a majority of people
>> favored sending him back.
>>     It saddly appears that this majority has lost their historical
>> bearings relative to what it means to live under a communist
>> dictatorship as Castro's Cuba where children are the "property
>> of the state" and subject to denial of the human freedoms fully
>> enjoyed by their peers outside of the communist state.
>>      The folks who argue for the father's right to have Elian
>> returned to him don't evidently ask the rhetorical question,
>> "If the father loves his son so much how can he want his son to
>> live in the deplorable conditions imposed by Castro and his
>> communist
>> state?"  Especially when his son could enjoy the freedom here with
>> the
>> loving care of relatives.
>> Ken Wyman
>> ----------------------------------------
>> "One must fight, if only to have fought according to one's
>> conscience"
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