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Wednesday, July 26, 2006


 

Fidel to Bush: C'mon down!


You can't say he holds a grudge:
Cuban leader Fidel Castro celebrated the 53rd anniversary of the start of his revolution with an invitation Wednesday: President Bush should visit his communist island and see for himself what a real national health care plan looks like.

Castro also mocked the Bush administration's recently released Commission for Assistance to a Free Cuba report, which offered infusions of health, education and vaccination programs for a democratic Cuba.

Citing an endless list of accomplishments - including the number of TV sets available in one province's schools - Castro also said his nemesis up north shouldn't worry: he doesn't plan on remaining in power until he's 100.
He undoubtedly won't, but I'll guarantee this: his legacy will live on. As will the memory of one of the greatest leaders the world has ever known.


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