Yesterday, a united democratic opposition prevailed against the Maduro government in Venezuela's legislative elections.
The victory was so overwhelming that no fraud or manipulation could taint it.
It is only the beginning -- as it would be extraordinarily naive to think that Maduro and his Cuban handlers will walk away quietly into the sunset.
However, it represents a new day and opportunity.
Sadly, as we've been arguing since December 17th, Obama's embrace, bailout and empowerment of the Castro dictatorship in Cuba couldn't have come at a worse time -- with the clearly imminent economic and political demise of Maduro's government.
Yet, regardless, a win for Venezuela's democrats is always a win for Cuba's democrats.
at 9:11 AM Monday, December 7, 2015
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