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Originally Posted by Travelinguyrt
Cubans in Miami think they will walk into Cuba if/when Castro is dead and be welcomed with open arms

Fat chance,, the old ones are to old to fight and the young born in America types sure aren't going to give up the Miami lifestyle for third world living

The "exiles' ran like hell instead of staying and fighting Castro and his crew, and they want to waltz back and reclaim what they left sounds like a job for the US Marines, and your kids, but NOT MINE
I take it you were actually there in Cuba when Castro took over? What was it like?
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