That’s the headline of a brief item by Brazil correspondent Jonathan Wheatley of the Financial Times. Here’s the money quote:
It has been clear since last summer when the presidentâ€™s younger brother, RaÃºl, smoothly took over the reins of power on a temporary basis that the institutions of Cuban communism were strong enough to survive Mr Castroâ€™s departure from office.
Gawd, I hope he’s wrong. But in any event, Raul is old himself. Except that maybe when his turn comes up, he’ll say yes to the colostomy bag.