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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, lift the travel embargo but do not allow trade until Cuba becomes a democratic republic

@598KZPHfrom Texas  answered…2yrs

That is because Obama is stupid. Cuba did their own thing and wanted to be on their own. Let them suffer and fail until they realize they need us and decide to become part of the USA as a state. In turn, we can enforce the same laws and so forth over there as here and build a base there.

@599BDGRfrom Georgia  answered…2yrs

@5DK2YDRfrom Maryland  answered…2yrs

Yes, and it should have been done years ago. We should have had a McDonalds in Havana the day after the Russians cut off foreign aid to them. There is no argument for not doing so...if we can overlook the human rights violations of China, our largest trading partner, we can do so with Cuba. Cuba represents a new market for American products and services, which is good for our economy. Further isolationism will gain nothing (how's that working out with North Korea?).

@98628CB from North Carolina answered…1 day

No,lift the travel,food and medicine embargo,but do not allow trade until Cuba becomes a non-communist free society.

@982DWH9 from Arkansas answered…6 days

@982HFS9 from Virginia answered…6 days

So long as another government is not oppressing their people and serves its function with happy members of their govt. They should be allowed trade

@97ZX8C7Republican from Nevada answered…1wk

@97ZQGJZ from Missouri answered…1wk

@97ZGFW3 from Kansas answered…1wk

No, restore, maintain, and enforce the embargo until Cuba becomes a democratic republic

@97YDBQR from South Carolina answered…2wks

Yes, but it should be tightly controlled and monitored, especially based on what is being moved.

@97YBR4Pfrom Guam  answered…2wks

@97Y28Q2 from Virginia answered…2wks

Yes, but make sure what we sell doesn't fall into the wrong hands.

@7YS3KJPIndependent from Arizona answered…2wks

Considering that we do not have a trade or travel embargo to Russia or China, I support it.

@97XYTDHProgressive from California answered…2wks

Yes, but there should be a push to ensure that human rights are protected and living/working conditions are ethical. Also, the US does not need to promote neocolonialism.

@97XJFMXIndependent from Florida answered…2wks

No, foreign intelligence services need to be removed before we allow increased trade and networking. Just look at the history of Cuba, it’s an intelligence services nightmare.

@97XFQTJLibertarian from Missouri answered…2wks

Yes, a precedent of free trade allows Cuba to be more open to market policies.

@97WTSFP from Maryland answered…2wks

@97WQ55F from Minnesota answered…2wks

Yes, but only if they uphold listed human rights for their people and visitors

@97WPYT6 from North Carolina answered…2wks

@97WFFSF from Mississippi answered…2wks

Yes, it is not up to our country to decide what political system is best for others. The UN and investigations should decide if there are human right violations.

@97VHFNP from Minnesota answered…3wks

 @97VC5CG from North Carolina answered…3wks

@97T2YK2Republican from Texas answered…3wks

Free trade is fine, but travel to authoritarian countries should be limited.

@97RX588 from Texas answered…3wks

Yes, but only if they are closely monitoring trades and trade routes

@97RDQ3M from North Carolina answered…3wks

cuba shouldnt be allowed to be a different kind of government than the U.S. but U.S. civilians should be able to trade and travel as theuy please as long as they arent breaking any laws

@97PX6NRfrom Maine  answered…3wks

@97N3LKZ from Wisconsin answered…4wks

Yes, and only embargo countries we are actively at war with in the future.

@97MKF4BSocialist from New Jersey answered…4wks

Yes, do so while pushing for better human rights & living/working conditions AGAIN DO NOT COLONIZE

@97LKGTD from Virginia answered…4wks

@97LCHWVfrom Guam  answered…4wks

Trade embargo can be lifted. Travel embargo can be lifted if the US is capable of enforcing currently existing immigration laws.

@97L9ZDB from Ohio answered…4wks

Depends on the possibility of financial independence and cuba's ability to become a prosperous nature with deep cultural impact.

@6R6HBQ3Constitution from Ohio answered…4wks

No, lift the travel embargo but do not allow trade until Cuba stops being constitutionally communist

@97HND6W from Colorado answered…4wks

@Northman49 from Pennsylvania answered…4wks

Yes, but increase pressure to dismantle the oppressive communists government.

@97GMYHZDemocrat from Washington D.C. answered…4wks

Yes, Lifting the embargo should be done in phases and each phase should have certain conditions that need to be met before that phase is lifted.

@97FLFLGRepublican from Kansas answered…4wks

No, lift the travel embargo but do not allow trade until Cuba stops being communist

@97CP4VWCommunist from Illinois answered…4wks

@97C2SHR from Colorado answered…4wks


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