Nov 26, 2016

Obama And Some Good Guys Comment On Atheist Castro

Common Sense Commentary: The difference in non-sense and Common Sense is the difference in
Satan's Atheistic Communism and the Freedom of Truth as God knows it.

Fidel Castro was 90 when he died. He lived a long life... but he died. In his last days and hours, as he was dying, there may have been family, friends, physicians and politicians surrounding him ... but they could not help him. He died alone. By his own words, he did not believe in God. So, though God was there, Castro died alone. He had nothing good or pleasant ahead of him and left nothing good or pleasant behind him. He was an Atheist whose only friends were other Communists, but neither could they help him or keep him from dying or die for him or with him. He died alone... without God, because he rejected Christ who died for him that he might have eternal life.

This from FOX News

President Obama
In 2014, Obama announced a diplomatic effort that would easy travel and trade between the countries. And last year, Obama took Cuba off America’s state-sponsored terror list, amid criticism about continuing human rights violations on the island nation.  “We extend a hand of friendship to the Cuban people,” Obama said. “History will record and judge the enormous impact of this singular figure on the people and world around him." (No, we who saw it happen and his Creator will judge him. History has a way of turning mountains into swamps by people like Obama. RB)

President Elect Trump
Trump, in his successful White House bid, railed against numerous international deals that he argued put the U.S. at a disadvantage, including one Obama made to normalize relations with Cuba, a communist country and long-time Cold War enemy.  
“Every single aspect of this deal is in Cuba’s favor,” Trump said during this year’s GOP presidential primary debates.
U.S. Rep. (Miami) Ros-Lhtinen
Florida GOP Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen -- who was born in Havana in 1952 and whose family eight years later fled Castro’s regime -- told Fox News on Saturday that Trump criticized Obama’s 2014 deal because the U.S. made concessions “in exchange for nothing,” including Cuba releasing no American political prisoners. Ros-Lehtinen’s congressional district includes Miami, where for decades Cubans have come to live. But whether the Cuba agreement made by Obama through executive order, or whether Castro’s death improves the potential to improve the two countries’ relationship, remains unclear.
U.S. Fla. Sen. Rubio 
Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio, whose parents emigrated from Cuba before Castro’s rise in 1959, said on Fox News that the ex-dictator’s death was a newsworthy event but that he “didn’t think it would change anything,” or at least while Raul Castro remains in power. Rubio, a 2016 GOP presidential candidate and potential 2020 contender, also argued that Obama attending Castro’s funeral or sending a top-level administration official would validate the life of somebody who oversaw the “assassination of Americans.”
U.S. TX Sen. Cruz
Texas GOP Sen. Ted Cruz, whose father was born in Cuba, said: “Fidel Castro's death cannot bring back his thousands of victims, nor can it bring comfort to their families." "Today we remember them and honor the brave souls who fought the lonely fight against the brutal communist dictatorship he imposed on Cuba," continued Cruz, also a 2016 GOP presidential candidate.
Vice Pres. Elect Pence
Vice President-elect Mike Pence tweeted: "The tyrant #Castro is dead. New hope dawns. We will stand with the oppressed Cuban people for a free and democratic Cuba. Viva Cuba Libre!"

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