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The NR Mole in the Cuban Dictatorship

Bruno Rodríguez is the Castros’ Molotov, their foreign minister. He said something weird and interesting about our president, Obama. (Consult this article.) Listen to him: “Obama came here to dazzle the non-state sector, as if he wasn’t the representative of big corporations but the defender of hot-dog vendors, of small businesses in the United States, which he isn’t.”

Where do I begin? Obama would like to dazzle the non-state sector? That would be great. Dazzling is better than hampering. And that stuff about how Obama is no defender of small businesses, including hot-dog vendors? What I want to know is: Which of my NR colleagues has been moonlighting as a ghostwriter for the Cuban foreign minister?

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