Fidel Castro announced that for the first time since anyone can remember, Cubans will be eligible to go to the polls and vote for the new leader of the country. It seems that the names on the ballot will be those of two of Castro's sons, Emanuel Castro and Hector Castro.
Castro was reported as saying that he was unsure as to which of his sons was most fit to run the country, so he would put it to a vote by the people. In order to vote, citizens need only walk 30 miles to a polling station, avoid American soldiers trying to sabatoge the election, and bribe a polling worker.
Democrats praised the move as groundbreaking and "another sign Cuba is miles ahead of Iraq". Micheal Moore could not be reached for comment.