Thursday, September 01, 2005


From Sneed's column in your Chicago Sun-Times:
Quoth a top Sneed source who has lived in Cuba on and off for 20 years, and who asked to remain anonymous: "I detest Fidel Castro, but I will tell you this. When a hurricane is approaching Cuba, Castro has set up a system to bus everybody out of harm's way before disaster hits.

"We knew the hurricane was going to hit New Orleans and Mississippi hard. Why didn't we send buses in to get the poor people out before disaster hit? We spend millions on recovery and rescue AFTERWARDS . . . when we could have alleviated so much death BEFORE?"
But the Tribune's John Kass informs us that only American-hating anti-Semites would ask such uncouth questions.

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