Sunday, June 03, 2012

And there's no surprise ending?

Mariela Castro, daughter of Cuban head of state Raul Castro, said that she hoped Cuban-U.S. relations could normalize if President Obama wins a second term.
In a forthcoming interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour shared with POLITCO, Castro was asked about the possibilities for political reconciliation between the two Cold War adversaries in a possible Obama second term.
“I believe that Obama is a fair man and Obama needs greater support to be able to take this decision. If Obama counted on the full support of the American people, then we can normalize the relationships; we can have better relations than what we had under President Carter,” Castro said.
Obama relaxed some of the rules governing travel and remittances to Cuba in 2009 but the sanctions regime put into place after Castro’s 1959 Communist takeover has largely kept American visitors and businesses off the island.
Castro also told Amanpour that she supports a second Obama term, given the field.
“As a citizen of the world, I would like him to win,” Castro said. “Seeing the candidates, I prefer Obama.”


timbo said...

Back where you came from, communist scum! Of course one commie likes another commie - interview coming to you through one of the the commie networks.
Where's a McCarthy when you need him?

angrymike said...

She should ask the polish, as world citizens, if they think Bari should be reelected, or how about Israel. The only ppl who want the asshole reelected are eather Mooslims or commie's.
Fuck the bitch and Obammy too........

Cheesy said...

Funny she should bring up the second worst president EVER...

Anonymous said...

One thing about it, we never run out of enemies, do we?
Miss Violet