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Posted October 08, 2007 by publisher in Cuban Healthcare

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Shameful CNN reporter Morgan Neill has his lips sown to Castro’s ass.

I’m guessing that CNN reporters in Cuba have to kiss Fidel’s ass just so they can stay there so they came up with this shameful story by Morgan Neill. Furthermore, the title of this video segment is “Study: Cuba crisis not all bad - A new study suggests Cuba’s economic crisis had unexpected health benefits”

I watched this video and good hardly believe what I was watching. This CNN reporter actually made a story saying that the Special Period in Cuba was healthy for Cuban because they ate less and had to ride bikes.

So, hunger and lack of gas for transportation is good for your health. Wouldn’t that be great for us overweight Americans? Hmmm, going hungry and riding a bike everywhere is good for my health! Who knew?

What the SHAMEFUL CNN VIDEO HERE. Of course CNN makes you watch ad advertisement first.

  1. Follow up post #1 added on October 11, 2007 by cubanpete with 127 total posts

    Morgan Neill must be smoking more than cigars.  With this kind of moronic thinking, the Great Depression was the Golden Age.



    For change (cambio) we can believe in.
    http://www.desdecuba.com/generationy

  2. Follow up post #2 added on October 11, 2007 by manfredz with 464 total posts

    I remember the old line about Mussolini making the trains run on time - guess that makes him a great man too if you apply the above thinking…..


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