Friday March 9, 2007

Priceless: “While hundreds of U.S. law enforcement agents intercepted imaginary Cuban migrants during a massive training exercise in south Florida, two boatloads of actual Cubans sneaked ashore on Miami Beach on Thursday.”

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  1. bleh    Fri Mar 9, 05:35 PM #  

    I say send them home.



  2. Kesley    Sat Mar 10, 04:48 AM #  

    LMAO!

    Fuck you, I’m cuban.



  3. Manuel A. Tellechea    Sat Mar 10, 11:14 AM #  

    Any time the Coast Guard takes a day off is a jubilee for freedom.



  4. jm    Sun Mar 11, 06:59 AM #  

    It should say snuk ashore; past tense…



  5. Manuel A. Tellechea    Mon Mar 12, 05:38 AM #  

    Both “sneaked” or “snuck” are accepted usages. What is ironic is that Cubans should have to “sneak” into the U.S. in the first place when there is a law (the Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966) which authorizes their entry. Now Cuban refugees have to run the gamut of both Castro’s Coast Guard and its U. S. counterpart, which are not only in constant communication (their mission being identical) but which essentially use the same methods to hunt refugees on the high seas. The only difference is that the U.S. Coast Guard will pursue them to our very shores and them attempt to beat them back into the ocean.