Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Adios, bogeyman Jorge Bush


The Cuban Triangle got it right: Bush policy toward the Castro government "just didn't fit Cuba." And already many of the anti-Bush billboards in Havana have come down. Wouldn't it be interesting to see what would happen if Cuba didn't have a bogeyman scapegoat?

2 comments:

leftside said...

Wouldn't it be interesting to see what would happen if Cuba didn't have a bogeyman?

I know what you mean, but technically a "bogeyman" is not real, while the US history of subversion and aggression most certainly is. Yes, it would be interesting to know how Cuba would have developed if the US did not do what it did and how Cuba would react if the US policy of regime change were ended by Obama. Let's hope we can see the day.

Tracey Eaton said...

good point...how 'bout scapegoat? does that word fit?