After news broke that President Obama would use executive power to normalize relations with Cuba, members of Miami's Cuban and Cuban-American communities might have screamed in agony, cheered with joy, or vowed angrily to dismantle the decision. The response was a mix of the opinionated, the emotional and the thoughtful. Depending on how old you were or how long you had lived in the United States, especially if you were U.S.-born, your view on Cuba and its politics might have been shaped generationally. We asked South Florida Cubans and Cuban Americans for their thoughts on our social platforms. This is some of what they shared.