Obama shakes hands with Cuba's Castro at Mandela service
Briefly laying aside differences hardened over decades, President Barack Obama on Tuesday shook the hand of the president of Cuba at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela.
The handshake appeared to be the first between American and Cuban presidents since 2000, when Bill Clinton and Fidel Castro greeted each other at a United Nations luncheon in New York, and only the second in history.
Tuesday, it was Fidel Castro‚Äôs brother, Raul, named president of Cuba in 2008, who shook Obama‚Äôs hand. The moment came just before Obama delivered a eulogy for Mandela in a Johannesburg soccer stadium....
Ah, Cliff, no matter what the truth may be about Mandela, you can be certain of one thing, politicians will do what is politically correct. I wonder if Clinton's handshake was during his second administration also, where the voters of Florida weren't very important anymore.
Apparently Nelson Mandela, recognized there was a problem with AIDS in South Africa, while the following presidents of that country help to turn it into an epidemic, HIV AIDs in South Africa. It certainly appears that many of the people of SA, have to know How to Have Victory Over Sin