How to be absurd: https://t.co/ugwXPG0Adn
— Thomas Slater (@tjslater) March 21, 2016
President Obama is the first U.S. president since Calvin Coolidge to visit Cuba (and certainly the first to pose near a building in Cuba sporting an image of Che Guevara), and Scottish National Party politician and British MP John Nicolson sees a potential downside to renewed U.S. involvement:
Wonderful to see President Obama's arrival in #Cuba Just worrying to imagine the corporate destruction arriving in his wake.
— JOHN NICOLSON M.P. (@MrJohnNicolson) March 20, 2016
Gee, hopefully capitalist meddling doesn’t ruin the nirvana that is Castro’s Cuba.
Despicable misanthrope regrets that Cubans may one day be lifted out of squalor https://t.co/w74KuyIAAW
— Senator Blutarsky (@USSenBlutarsky) March 21, 2016
Corporations will unleash a wave of destruction on an already-destroyed failed communist shithole? https://t.co/tnNgDytLjI
— ن Mikey Ramone ن (@ThePantau) March 21, 2016
By corporate destruction, do you mean consumer choice, economic liberty and material gains? https://t.co/jlgch073Fp
— Christian May (@ChristianJMay) March 20, 2016
— Peter A. Russell2291 (@Planet_Pedro) March 21, 2016
John you cannot be serious. Have you ever been? You can taste the lack of freedom in the air. Gave me the creeps. https://t.co/LiDnhoZ10Z
— Miranda Green (@greenmiranda) March 20, 2016
Imagine the mental gymnastics required to write this after a career in the media. https://t.co/GPFKEh9KXd
— ChiefBrian Speronimo (@BrianSpanner1) March 21, 2016
@MrJohnNicolson True. They might bring medicine. Safer vehicles. High paying jobs. News outlets. Good point.
— Ken Hartog (@kentog) March 20, 2016