Obama reignites political debate over Cuba
WASHINGTON (AP) — The surprising move by President Barack Obama to restore U.S. ties with Cuba reignited long-simmering political passions over the fate of the island nation, reinforcing yet another difference between Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and several Republicans eyeing bids for the White House.
Yet even in Florida, the nation’s most essential swing state, those distinctions may not matter as much as they once did amid an increasingly diverse electorate of Hispanic voters and younger Cuban-Americans, many of whom do not share the same fervor to depose Cuba’s Castro brothers as their parents and grandparents.
“If you’re a third-generation Cuban, in your mid-30s, went to college here … things that define your worldview are not Cuban embargo politics,” said Steve Schale, a Florida-based Democratic strategist who led Obama’s state effort in 2012. SOURCE
I hate to say it but that graphic is 100% correct, we are having our freedoms infringed upon and the so-called *leadership* of this nation wants to get all cozy with Cuba.
This headline caught my eye earlier, Obama hands Cuba’s Castros a major victory, but Congress can still stop it.
Maybe they CAN stop it, but with all the squishy moderates and outright RINOs in the United States Congress my big question is: do they have the guts to act?
We have hungry and homeless Veterans that are desperately in need, we have children that are starving, right here in America, and our Kenyan Communist in the Oval Office is concerned with taking care of other nations and other people before the American people are safe, sound, well fed and have a roof over their heads.
Yes indeed, some really is seriously wrong with this situation.