If Fidel Opens The Gates, Clinton Could Get TrampledAmy Borrus
After six days at sea in early August with 18 other Cubans, Ramon Alexis Suarez is thankful to have made it to the U.S. But the 42-year-old refugee worries about his compatriots still trapped on Fidel Castro's island. "If they can steal a boat," he says, "they will come." That prospect may warm Suarez' heart, but it's giving the Clinton Administration heartburn.
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