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Obama, she said, "screwed up, because what he's done is hurt us -- so he really isn't as good as everyone says.
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But what we're certain of is that we're not going back to Cuba unless we're dead. It was established months ago to accommodate some of the stream of Cuban migrants who had been passing through Central America on their way to Mexico and then to the United States.
The "wet foot, dry foot" policy Obama scrapped had meant that many of them felt they were on their way to a new life in America, once they reached the border. Their destination hasn't changed.
But now the reception and easy access they had hoped for is less likely. If they are accepted into the United States, however, a law, the Cuban Adjustment Act, is still valid and offers them a fast-track to residency and legal employment.
Migration from their Communist-ruled island spiked in andwith the agreement by Washington and Havana to thaw their long-hostile relations. Many of those fleeing feared exactly what came to pass Thursday: The wave of Cubans, along with a decision by Nicaragua to close its border to them, created a backlog in Panama and Costa Rica that prompted both countries last year to try to shut out arriving Cubans.
Many Cubans coming up from South America now pass through the Darien Gap -- a swampy, inhospitable, snake-infested stretch of jungle dividing Panama from Colombia.
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Obama 'screwed' us, say angry Cuban migrants on their trek to US
Chat, bulletin boards, and other elements of "community" were added soon after, helping foster rapid growth. GeoCities never enforced neighborhood-specific content; for example, a "Hollywood" homesteader could be nothing but a college student's home page.
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The company decided to focus on building membership and community, and on December 15,BHI became known as GeoCities after having also been called Geopages. In MayGeoCities introduced advertisements on its pages. Despite negative reaction from users, GeoCities continued to grow.
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