TS, no, a direct reply to Cuch., not much of an axe to grind with your grandfather, really (I wouldn't exactly describe hanging a picture of a dictator as in good taste, Hitler or not, but that's quite an individual matter, I suppose--and, possibly quite unlike some, I'm a strong supporter of the First Amendment).Incidentally, the last quote was MoJo requoting a fragment: QuoteFor Cuban exiles, Castro's takeover, in 1959, is a wound that just won't heal. In the current New Yorker, William Finnegan describes the Miami's "wormholes in time" . . .Cuch, if thisQuoteChe presided over the Cuban Revolution's first firing squads. He founded Cuba's "labor camp" system--the system that was eventually employed to incarcerate gays, dissidents, and AIDS victims.or thisQuoteothers remember the ruthless man that executed between 156 and 550 prisoners in Cuba without trialor thisQuoteThe new biographies also make clear that Guevara played a central role in establishing Cuba's new secret police, which set about the usual task of the revolution's devouring its own children. Mr. Castaneda reports that it was Guevara who set up Cuba's first labor camp, thereby ''establishing one of the most heinous precedents of the Cuban revolution: the confinement of dissidents, homosexuals and, later, AIDS victims.''is "gobblydegook" or too ambiguous (if not too nuanced) for you, then I'm afraid I can't be of much help.