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    Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.), the new chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee?
    Isnt he under investigation? wow!!! and he has a say in this
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    @PNWest And according to investigation reports he also has a wealth of experience in foreign underaged prostitutes.
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    @PNWest Apparently to date, the only lack of experience that Menendez has in the world of foreign relations is an degree in advanced top tapping in men's bathroom stalls.
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    @DARSB - "After his relationship with Melgen came under scrutiny, Menendez reimbursed Melgen $58,000 for two of three trips he took on Melgen's plane to the Dominican Republic in 2010. The senator called the tardy reimbursement an honest oversight and says the allegations against him are "absolutely false."" - I wish I could forget about $58,000! An honest oversight, ha!
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    I don't want the USA to ease sanctions against Cuba until the government eases up on its treatment of dissidents. But, I recognize the fact that President Obama, VP Biden, Senators Schumer, Feinstein, Lautenberg, Boxer, etc. will need to travel to Cuba frequently and consult and brainstorm with Fidel Castro-Ruz his brother, Raul Castro-Ruz, and the Cuban Directorate General of Intelligence, to see how best the USA can modify and adapt the Communist Cuban gun confiscation tactics to the United States of America. G-d help us all!
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    Look like we voted to be more like a Cuban style Collectivist Country so Cuba could help us adjust to the new reality.
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    Does anyone have any information on the rumor that if Kerry's face gets an inch longer that he is going to be officially declared a horse?
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    We have more important things to deal with. Cuba is changing under Raul Castro as opposed to Fidel. they are both OLD men. We need to encourage those changes.
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    Look after what we did to the Cuban refuges that came to America the first time we should be the ones who are sanctioned we trained them armed them told them we would help and support them then dropped them off and drove away everyone one of those men died at the hands of the Cuban military and its are fault so yes we should trade with Cuba the missile crisis was more a Russian threat than Cuban yea they helped what were they supposed to do tell there biggest supplier of money and trade no we wouldn't
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    Just as well try to kiss Castro's butt. It hasn't worked for Obama in Iran, North Korea, Libya, Syria, or Egypt, but if Obama keeps trying maybe he finds one bad guy who responds to the cowering America approach. Everyone so far has just spit in his eye. Our current Moron in Chief is such a loser.
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    Every new Secty of State since Kissinger has said he was going to have diplomatic rltns with Cuba when he came into office. Let's ask Mr. Kerry in a few weeks how things are going with Cuba. Ain't gonna happen.
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    Sanctions for over 50 years has not brought the demise of the Castro government any more than sanctions have destroyed the leadership of Iran.Cuba is a different nation that gave up the thought of nukes long ago it is perhaps time to welcome them in some way.Learn from 50 years of mistakes dont give Iran that same 50 it will be far to late.
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    Long overdue. They have been spanked enough for the Cuban Missile Crisis. The Soviet Union is long gone. Castro is on his last leg. We should annex Cuba.
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    I select YES, but the commie dictatorship isn't going anywhere. But normalizing relations should at least help the people of Cuba to access US markets and the economy it might work its way to a loving socialist dictatorship instead of a hating communist dictatorship.
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    I never understood this we have a relationship with China, we had relations with the Soviet Union why single out dinky little Cuba?
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    something about taking US property and shooting down unarmed planes. Just furthers the shortsightedness of our foreign policy.
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    It's been long enough! Fidel is not in power, his younger brother is. This Castro is much different than his bother! Imagine how happy the people in Cuba would be to see the tourism industry pop up? There would be many, many jobs created by tourism alone! They would no longer live in poverty. Hey you men, legal Cuban cigars! The ability of family reunions for the Cuban Americans to finally see home again or for younger to see Cuba for the first time.
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    I've been wanting to try a Cuban Cigar for a while now, I fear them being legal will take away the forbidden fruit effect I will get from smoking one. Just gotta act quick I guess!
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