DALLAS, March 26 Round About Place reported that Fidel Castro, undisputed dictator of Cuba has come out on state-run media and made some comments about the health care overhaul in the U.S. under the Obama administration. The remarks are shocking democrats and justifying the claims of conservatives concerning the bill that was signed into law on Tuesday by president Obama.
Castro called the passage and signing "a miracle" but then chastised America for taking too long to accomplish what communist Cuba enacted decades ago. He also stated that the new law was a "major victory for the Obama administration" and carried on to say that this empowered the administration to get a hold of lobbyist and "mercenaries."
"It is really incredible that 234 years after the Declaration of Independence ... the government of that country has approved medical attention for the majority of its citizens, something that Cuba was able to do half a century ago," Castro wrote.
What appears to be praise is likely to cause some severe backlash on the democratic congress and the Obama administration for passing and signing into law a bill that is easily recognized for what it truly is by an oppressive communist dictator.
If Castro enacted this type of policy decades ago, then one has to ask if the U.S. just stepped behind Cuba and Castro in becoming a country with communist or socialist leadership.
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