Prisoner Release “Marginal” in Washington, Major in Cuba

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This post, which originally appeared at The Havana Note, is a guest note by Tom Garofalo, a consultant for the New America Foundation/U.S.-Cuba Policy Initiative.
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6 comments on “Prisoner Release “Marginal” in Washington, Major in Cuba

  1. rc says:

    Why don’t you ask the President?
    Perhaps the Leader has an opinion on this matter?

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  2. David says:

    How does TWN handle using the n word? I ask because of some of the absolutely devastating attacks on racism in Huck Finn, but they require quoting the n word.

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  3. rc says:

    Note (for 2:48am): Somehow the ‘quote’ & ‘end-quote’ markers were lost in posting — all text below the ‘—‘ is from the New York article.

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  4. rc says:

    A blast from the past by another angry American. It’s taken 100 years to get to the truth of how Clemens really felt. I’m sure today he would be really pissed off! His “mephitic record” label would fit a number of contemporary cesspools.
    see: ‘Dead for a Century, Twain Says What He Meant’, (LARRY ROHTER, July 9, 2010)
    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/10/books/10twain.html

    Wry and cranky, droll and cantankerous

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  5. David says:

    On this issue, the WaPo should go cheney itself.

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