"I've arrived at the conclusion that if the girl's father really wants to take her back to Cuba, go right ahead. Please. Leave us alone already. I'll be shocked if Judge Cohen rules for the girl to stay. That may sound insensitive, but let's face it, one girl's return to Cuba isn't going to change anything regarding Cuba. Neither would her staying here accomplish much in the larger picture." — Robert Molleda, Babalú editor @ his satellite blog, 26th Parallel, Sept. 20, 2007
If ever we have occasion to mention his execrable name again — and we do not think that very likely — we will be sure to call him "Robert the Pragmatist." Or, perhaps, "Molleda the Aztec" because of his devotion to child sacrifice. He is Babalú's evil face, without dissimulation. Such a one would have been useful to the regime. I suppose we should be grateful that he is on "our side."