I have no objection to President Obama paying respect to the Argentinians who disappeared and were killed during that country's military junta between 1976 and 1983.
It just would have been nice if Obama had done the same for the victims of the Castros. Instead, he stood in front of a mural of Che Guevara, a death squad commander if there ever was one.
Yet surely those who have been killed by the Castro regime deserve to be remembered just as much as those who died under Argentina's military junta.
But why did Obama pay tribute to Argentina's victims with such fanfare?