Absolutely. We do business with China, Russia (did with the former Soviet Union) but we've always had some burr about Castro. The question should be, why not?
we canadians are enjoying cuba . i don't get why the u.s. doesn't take advantage of their hospitaslity but i guess years of government interference has caused some sort of animousity.
Lift the embargo,build better relations and move forward.
I would love to check out Havanna and other parts of Cuba.
Tourism from Cuba and trading with Cuba will bring more revenue.
It should have been removed years ago. I will never figure out why our government does what it does. Cuba never was a threat to us, it was the Russians and now we are dealing with them so why not Cuba.
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