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The Ban On Travel To Cuba

The House of Representatives recently voted to end the decades-old restriction prohibiting travel to Cuba. What do you think?
  • "But if we impose sanctions for just one more year, we could still win the Cold War."

    Charlie Todd Financial Examiner
  • "What flake thought up this stupid bill? Oh, U.S. Rep. Jeff Flake (R-AZ)."

    Mary Regan Appraiser
  • "Tom DeLay claims lifting restrictions will support Fidel's 'thugocracy.' And who would know better than an elected Thugocrat?"

    Porter Mason Podiatrist
  • "Our country should not recognize the tyrant Castro until the land that belonged to the tyrant Batista is returned to its rightful mob owners."

    David Berman Paramedic
  • "Making Cuba accessible to Americans would encourage reforms there, as it did in the once-oppressive republics of the Bahamas, Aruba, and South Padre Island."

    Jane Borden Systems Analyst
  • "We all know imposing sanctions doesn't work. It seems our only option is to strike now."

    Rob Webber Sales Agent

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