By Frank Bajak and Vivian Sequera
Associated Press / April 14, 2012
CARTAGENA, Colombia — A summit of 33 Western Hemisphere leaders opens Saturday with the United States and Canada standing firm, but alone, against everyone else's insistence that Cuba join future summits.
U.S. President Barack Obama has been clinging stubbornly to a rejection of Cuban participation in the summits, which everyone but his northern neighbor deems unjust.
JG: He will be a one term President, just like his predecessor, the Peanut Farmer.