SANTA ISABEL DE LAS LAJAS, Cuba (AP) On sleepy streets plied by rickety horse-drawn carts and rusting 1950s automobiles, the sounds of commerce are once again being heard in Cuba's countryside. A private sandwich shop has opened in a town previously served only by a grim state-run cafeteria. A woman sells trinkets from a small spot of shade. A weathered farmer in dusty jeans has rigged up an ancient ice cream machine and is selling cones for 8 cents a pop. Out of sight of Cuba's dollar-spending tourists, in areas where money from overseas relatives trickles in only sporadically, dusty towns like this one slowly are being revitalized by a series of private enterprise initiatives ushered in by President Raul Castro. Free-market reforms take hold in Cuban countryside - Yahoo! News So tell me liberals; Why would you support a move to socialism, when Cuba, CUBA, of all places is moving away and starting to thrive under the FREE MARKET. Guess those filthy capitalist don't understand what the Pee Party is all about in America. Quick, call your unions and go help those people.