Do you think Obama is right to be friends with the Cuban dictato?

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  1. profile image54
    Erick Hernandezposted 3 years ago

    Do you think Obama is right to be friends with the Cuban dictato?

    50 years ago the communist Fidel Castro stole all american companies and never pay a cent to the legitimate owners. His brother (a banana republic general) still prohibits free speech and in 2012 they asesinate in cod blood the most important opposition lider in the island (Oswaldo Paya) Now Kerry went to Havana and open the embassy.  So, is clear that president Obama publicy supports the cuban dictators. In other news, mister Trump wants to extradite Fidel Castro and el Chapo Guzman together.  In other news, I fixing my water motor pipe and discussing politics with my cuban exile plumber.

  2. emge profile image64
    emgeposted 3 years ago

    Yes. This was right decision. The USA has to accept reality and that is that Castro regime cannot be wished away. Trump is really a but and should not be taken seriously

  3. Austinstar profile image85
    Austinstarposted 3 years ago

    Just because Obama is talking to the Castros and Cuban officials does not mean they are "friends". It's called diplomacy and negotiation. In order to solve issue between people, there has to be intelligent conversation and legitimate efforts to work toward solving our differences.
    Why do people NOT want peace? It's insane. They are our neighbors. We need to learn to get along with people rather than fight with them. Hatred and bigotry leads to war and death.

  4. dashingscorpio profile image88
    dashingscorpioposted 3 years ago

    The U.S. does business with both Russia and Communist China!
    Fifty years of an old outdated policy has not made things any better. Anyone who has studied U.S. History is well aware that America is not exactly standing on "holy ground" when it comes to how we amassed our wealth as a nation through slavery and the theory of  "Manifest Destiny" to justify the expansion of the nation from coast to coast displacing the Native Americans and going to war with Mexico. Every "saint" has a past and every "sinner" has a future.
    The president is not "supporting dictators" he recognizes what we've been doing has not made a difference. It would not be much of a surprise once doors are completely open and people are traveling back and forth, cruise ships, new 5 star hotels and resorts are built, fast food restaurants, tourism, and other elements of (western culture will rub off on the citizens) of Cuba.
    Democracy will prevail and in less than 20 years Cuba will be similar to Puerto Rico in many ways. Access to commerce and free societies will do more to change Cuba than cutting them off for another 50 years.
    Family members will be able to visit with one another again.
    Generally speaking it's the "old guard" who are still emotionally invested in the past. The younger generations are ready to focus on the future! It's not about Castro but rather the citizens of Cuba.


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