Thursday, August 27, 2009

Cuba, toilet paper and newspapers . .

"There's good news and bad news in Cuba. The bad news: There's a shortage of toilet paper, and officials in Havana say it will not ease until the end of the year. The good news: Day-old copies of the Communist party's newspaper Granma, a traditional substitute, are available for less than a U.S. penny. And that's six to eight full, if rough, pages per day."

The Cuban government can't provide its people with toilet paper.

But, the U.S. administration would prefer to prop up the Castro regime.


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