Cuba issues list of demands for normalization with U.S.

When Obama announced on Dec. 17, 2014, after 18 months of secret negotiations, that the U.S. would re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba, he did so without setting any preconditions for normalization, which should make the American people wonder about what exactly was Obama “negotiating.” Not only did the U.S. get nothing in return, except for the release of USAID contractor Alan Gross, now Cuba has drawn up a list of DEMANDS that include the closure of Gitmo.
Way to go, Obama!
That’s why I call him King Merde — the opposite of King Midas — because everything he touches turns into steaming-turd-smiley-emoticon

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Dave
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Dave

It’s a good thing for the Castro brothers that I am not the POTUS.
If I were, Cuber would be the world’s largest golf resort, and those two cretins would be roasting in Hell.
-Dave

 
lawkota
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Obama will do anything to destroy America Obama likes the communist way of life for everybody that live’s in America. Obama talk’s a good story but it’s ALL B.S. All the Whitehouse like’s to do is “RUN THEIR MOUTH’S. Obama really really think’s we are all stupid. Obama couldn’t pour piss out of a boot with instruction’s on the heel.
Ronald Freeland Law

 
truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

Along with most of the Terrorists in Gitmo,I hope.

 
Army Vet 4444 (@ArmyVet4444)
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First, thanks for posting this, I had not seen this elsewhere in the news. Now…. about that “idea” of establishing relations with Cuba. Has anyone changed their mind from “Oh this is a good idea” to “Perhaps we shouldn’t rush into this”?? There are a LOT of very good reasons we have NOT changed our relationship with Cuba in all these years. Obviously Obama doesn’t consider those reasons as valid any more. Considering how close Obama has kept ties with Saudi Arabia, I completely understand Obama’s point of view. I mean after all, if you are going to roll out… Read more »

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

It is very hard to maintain a balance of peace in ones own mind . . . with the ever present thought “well, the other shoe is going to drop.” Then it does drop! And guess what? You go back to thinking that “the other shoe is going to drop.” How many damn shoes can one guy drop for Pete’s sake??? This guy in the White House is just not good for anyone’s sanity.

 
Ti
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Ti

When is it going to sink in about O?
In this case it is not that he is a poor negotiator, it is he is a good communist and lousy at pretending to be protecting the U.S.A.’s interests. In all these unexplicable situations, he is doing thing deliberately anti-U.S. but explains it as part of his enlightened plan to transform the country. And the dummies are buying it, or pretending to believe he’s a Patriot and also want to end this country as we knew it.
We are so screwed

 
TrailDust
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TrailDust

The Cuban demand that bothered me most was their demand for reparations. That kind of windfall from America could allow them a whole new burst of false prosperity, while further impoverishing us. They could be talking about the “Cuban economic miracle” while pointing at all the new development.

 
Steven Broiles
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The Kinks wrote a song about Obama. (Or people like him). “He’s King Midas in Reverse.” When his reign of lunacy will end, only God Knows!

 
Northerngirl
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Northerngirl

Sad, most countries send their top diplomats or President to negotiate and we send a sissified, black version of Alfred E Neuman. Obama’s frail frame matches his resolve, he bends and turns like a windsock.

 
truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

Obama’s “one of their ilk”,as mentioned a few comments up from here. ;=)

 
Dennis H Bennett
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Dennis H Bennett

Obama has used the U.N. to try and achieve gun control in the U.S. Now he’s using Cuba to close Gitmo. S.O.S.