"Remember: You have to meet the government's needs."
Outsiders frequently feel the need to ask, really what's so bad about the Cuban government? They say the Cuban people seem extremely content and happy--and provide their proof and presumptions in phrases like "I've visited", or "what's the issue?"
Today, an article in The Washington Post gave a glimpse into a few. To learn what those issues are, passed around my family's dinner table since (and long before) I was born, click here.
"Members of the 42-person delegation buzzed with such words as 'brainwashed' and 'indoctrination'..The discussion centered on whether a curriculum without access to many books or the Internet has benefited students or the government."
To follow more daily happenings, Yoani Sánchez is a Cuban blogger who practices freedom of speech (with a disapproving government watching) in her blog "Generación Y", which you can find in English translations.