[Marxism] Progreso Weekly looks at Kerry's position on Cuba

Walter Lippmann walterlx at earthlink.net
Sun Jun 13 09:23:51 MDT 2004

Those who continue to think that it makes no difference
who gets elected President of the United States might be
interested in considering one of the most powerful and
eloquent voices against the blockade in the Cuban-
American community and especially in South Florida. 

Progreso Weekly is one of the most vital resources we have
as it provides a nearly endless array of news articles in
addition to the recordings of two weeks worth of programs
produced by Francisco Aruca in Miami. Five Days a week his
Spanish language program AYER IN MIAMI and four days weekly
you can hear the English language program BABEL'S GUIDE.
If you haven't had the opportunity to listen to his show,
he's just a few clicks away, available on demand, 24-7.

Mr. Aruca, who is the owner of the oldest and largest agency
providing licensed travel to Cuba is a talk show host quite
different from what you've heard in most places. He doesn't
screen his calls, either, though he doesn't suffer fools for
very long. Mr. Aruca is one of the most brave individuals 
I've ever met. Take a look at the bus shelters and the signs
on his buses IN MIAMI, before you look at PROGRESO WEEKLY:

At the home page of this week's edition, PROGRESO WEEKLY 
makes its attitude toward the US presidential election so
clear that Stevie Wonder wouldn't miss it. 

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