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On Ozzie Guillen, Fidel Castro, and Baseball in Cuba

Paul Bartomioli Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 5:50 AM
Another person, whose job is dependent upon the First Amendment missing the point. Ozzie lives in this country. He is a citizen. Our Constitution applies to him, as well as everyone else. So, Ozzie said something really stupid. THIS is news? The proper action, IMHO, is to call the man an idiot, and let the market work. He apologized; to quote Joe Biden, "This really is a BFD." sure and I have swampland for sale in North Jersey. Already developed. Let it go, people. After more than 50 years, the situation is not going to change, without serious military intervention. In my book, just another reason for MLB to go the way of the dinosaur. The entire MLB is out of touch with America.

“I love Fidel Castro,” said Florida Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen to Time magazine. “A lot of people have wanted to kill Fidel Castro for the last 60 years, but that [expletive] is still here.” Guillen “respects” the Cuban despot.

Guillen has since apologized profusely for his comments, which infuriated Florida’s Cuban émigré community—and for good reason.

Fidel Castro is a tyrant. I could go through a litany of the man’s crimes against humanity since he turned a beautiful country into a communist dictatorship over 50 years ago. Castro violated every form of basic human rights, from freedom of...