Anyway, it's good to see someone finally die that is important enough in the radical agenda of Barack Obama that warrants the U.S. President actually attending the funeral.
Perhaps at the wake, Obama and the Chinese can get together and review slide shows of all of the civilians massacred in both the Cuban and Chinese revolutions. That outta put a smile on the face of Barry.
And my favorite from Twitter....
Congrats to Fidel Castro for finally becoming a good communist! pic.twitter.com/485ZrG9CYS— That Guy T (@_ThatGuyT) November 26, 2016
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Fidel Castro, Former President of Cuba, Dead at 90
Former Cuban president and communist revolutionary Fidel Castro has died at age 90, state TV has announced. According to the Associated Press, current president Raul Castro announced the death of his brother on Cuban state media. No further details were provided.
Twitter quickly erupted as news of Castro's death began to spread.
Whether or not Lyon was serious, it brings to mind the end of the Iran hostage crisis, when 52 Americans were released just twenty minutes after President Ronald Reagan took the oath of office. The event set the tone for Reagan's presidency in incalculable ways. Of course, Cuba is no Iran and Fidel Castro has been in mothballs for the past decade, so this will be nowhere near the momentous event the Iran hostage release was. Unless, of course, Castro's death leads to political unrest in our neighbor to the south.
Cuban-born Miami Herald columnist Armando Salguero said on CNN that "there's a special place in hell" for Castro, adding that there's "one less vacancy" there tonight.
Some were mourning the death of their beloved communist leader
Fidel Castro was prime minister of the Republic of Cuba from 1959 to 1976, then ruled as president of Cuba until 2008. Politically a Marxist-Leninist and Cuban nationalist, Castro led Cuba to become a one-party communist state and economy under his authoritarian rule. President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro announced in 2014 the beginning of a process that would normalize relations between the two countries. In 2016 Obama became the first U.S. president to visit Cuba since 1928.