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Capitol Hill Cubans: Two Castro-visa wrongs don't make a right. And why Obama's is worse

From the Capitol Hill Cubans blog on today's Castro-visa controversy (hypertext links are mine):

Today, national Republicans criticized the Obama Administration for granting a U.S. visa to Cuban dictator Raul Castro's daughter, Mariela. Democrats have responded by pointing to the Bush Administration, which gave Mariela Castro a visa in 2002.

The fact is that two wrongs don't make a right -- both the Bush and Obama Administrations erred in doing so.

But it's actually worse now. Prior to Raul Castro becoming dictator-in-chief in 2006, few non-Cuba observers even knew that Raul had a daughter (let alone two). Since that time, the Cuban dictatorship has turned Mariela Castro into its most prominent public relations figure.

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Juanito

In any event, no one could protest the Bush administration granting of a visa to Mariela in 2002 because it was not reported in the news and no one knew until now.

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