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Published: Tuesday, March 26 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Ultra Bob
Cottonwood Heights, UT

“Sen. Bill Nelson wants the United Nations to investigate what happened to Cuba's most well-known dissident. Surely, that's the least that can be done to bring justice to Paya.”

Why? How do you bring justice to a dead man?

Would such an investigation change the mind of Americans about Cuba? Or the minds of the Cubans living in America?

Or would it be just a scam to spend taxpayer money on a useless project and provide Fox News an additional thing to rant about.

Hemlock
Salt Lake City, UT

When the left praises Cuba for its health care, which isn't that great, they always seem to conveniently forget the much larger dark side of this despotic, socialist workers paradise.

samhill
Salt Lake City, UT

So, "Ultra Bob" wonders if Sen. Bill Nelson's investigation into what happened to Cuba's most well-known dissident is, "just a scam to spend taxpayer money on a useless project and provide Fox News an additional thing to rant about."

Ya'know, speaking of rants Bob, are you this incensed because you truly think the investigation is pointless or because it's aimed at bringing to light some of the darker aspects of a Communist dictatorship?

From your derisive reference to Fox News my suspicion is that you dislike it. Would that be because it is the network most likely to be interested in revealing the darker aspects previously mentioned? Knowing, as we all do, the warm spot most of the rest of the left-leaning popular media has for despots like Castro.

Just wondering about your objectivity and true motivations Bob.

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