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Obama does Cuba - Halfway

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Mr. Obama deserves some high merit,

For not repeating that same balding parrot:

The one saying Cuba's an island of creeps,

Who shout dumb slogans and drive 50s heaps.

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And then that second il-lumination:

Havana capitals no terror nation.

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'Twas none too shabby, if slightly low-rent,

Since mainly medics was what Cuba sent.


And to call it flat-out a policy wrong,

Which just didn't work and ran way too long,

Is no mean feat for any state leader,

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And often ends as steady poll bleeder.


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