Article courtesy of the Weekly Standard, written by Daniel Halper.
President Obama said that he "personally would not disagree" with some of Cuban President Raul Castro's criticisms of America:
"President Castro, I think, has pointed out that in his view making sure that everybody is getting a decent education or health care, has basic security and old age, that those things are human rights as well. I personally would not disagree with him," Obama said.
"But it doesn't detract from some of these other concerns. And the goal of the human rights dialogue is not for the United States to dictate to Cuba how they should govern themselves, but to make sure that we are having a frank and candid conversation around this issue. And hopefully that we can learn from each other."
Obama made the comment at a joint press conference with the Cuban Communist dictator.