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Although it's in poor form to speak ill of the dead because they can't defend themselves and there's nothing much easier than to jump on the mock-Prime-Minister-Selfie bandwagon because he's such a buffoon, I have to say I'm impressed with the statement issued by Opposition Leader Rona Ambrose.

“With the passing of Fidel Castro, my thoughts and prayers are with the people of Cuba who continue to endure his long and oppressive regime, even after his death. Under his rule, thousands were impoverished, thousands were imprisoned and executed, and free speech, thought and assembly were curtailed or banned, all to live up to his version of ‘socialism’.

Canada and the Cuban people have had a long and warm friendship over many years. With today’s news, my hope is that a brighter day will be coming for the Cuban people, where they may live in freedom and where democracy, human rights, and the rule of law are enshrined.‎”
Fidel Castro's death was one thing but what really sent Twitter into overdrive was the statement Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued in response to Fidel's death
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