Awww, poor widdle sociawist baby!

Awwwww, poor widdle sociawists! [sniff, sniff] Let’s all shed some crocodile tears for the so-called “Bolívarian Youth.”

It seems they managed to snooker the Miami Herald into publishing an article about how difficult they have it in Miami. The article, titled Young Miami leftists meet tough crowds is nothing but one long snivel-fest about how “it’s hard being Bolívarian in Miami” and “”Miami has a history of intolerance….'”

They should try being a dissident in Cuba, if they want to experience the true meaning of the terms “intolerance” and “tough crowds:”

Cuba remains the one country in Latin America that represses nearly all forms of political dissent. President Fidel Castro, during his 47 years in power, has shown no willingness to consider even minor reforms. Instead, the Cuban government continues to enforce political conformity using criminal prosecutions, long- and short-term detentions, mob harassment, police warnings, surveillance, house arrests, travel restrictions, and politically-motivated dismissals from employment. The end result is that Cubans are systematically denied basic rights to free expression, association, assembly, privacy, movement, and due process of law.

I think it’s time for me to break out the world’s smallest violin and start playing a song for the Bolívarian Youth: