One former marine's account of Cuba from Guantanamo Bay NAS:
That explosion touched my world. Then, I witnessed the worst thing I ever saw in my life. As the dust cloud wafted away from those refugees, nobody ran. Nobody screamed. Nobody said anything. They just laid down to die in the middle of a minefield that was the sun's anvil.
Read the whole thing.
And if the present rhetoric doesn't look familiar, or you think that the endless nauseating drumbeat of accusations is about being "anti-Dubya", but not "anti-American", evidence to the contrary is quite abundant: