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 @ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs7Y

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

 @9C69K68 from Georgia answered…1yr1Y

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

 @9G9C49K from North Carolina answered…8mos8MO

Yes, but regulate any money exchanged from trade and tourism to ensure it isn’t put towards the Cuban government’s repressive practices

 @5DK2YDRfrom Maryland answered…4yrs4Y

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?).

 @598KZPHfrom Texas answered…4yrs4Y

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…4yrs4Y

 @95K7BH7 from North Carolina answered…2yrs2Y

No, but lift the travel,food and medicine embargo,but do not allow trade.

 @98TJPG7Democrat from Montana answered…1yr1Y

 @9D4ZPFY from Georgia answered…11mos11MO

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

 @9975FV3 from North Carolina answered…1yr1Y

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

 @98628CB from North Carolina answered…2yrs2Y

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

 @8CL3F87from Maine answered…4yrs4Y

 @8CH3R75 from California answered…4yrs4Y

  @BullMooseQuakerAmerican Solidarity  from Kentucky answered…3mos3MO

Yes, but impose tariffs until they become a democracy and encourage the Cuban people to increase pressure upon the government.

  @9CJ6CB6 from Virginia commented…3mos3MO

Believe me, that’s a misguided notion. They’re on of the most democratic nations in terms of constitutional law, their issue is internal corruption, something that we cannot fix by invading, pressuring, or forcing the Cuban government to break. The people WANT them, almost overwhelmingly in fact, and we’re intentionally ignoring that and orchestrating protests. I get that they have severe concerns of their government, but we need to table that until trade embargoes are lifted so they can actually afford to survive and grow.

 @9GSGPR3 from Indiana answered…8mos8MO

The government does not have the authority to dictate to its citizenry where it may or may not travel, but the US should not allow trade until Cuba becomes a democratic republic.

 @9GN5KWP from North Carolina answered…8mos8MO

Yes, but regulate the money exchanged through trade and tourism to ensure it isn’t put towards the Cuban government’s repressive practices

 @8CWJC3S from Ohio answered…4yrs4Y

Yes. We a trade with China and Russia. I don’t see how reading with Cuba is any different. Certainly we can put significant limits on trade and issue sanctions or tariffs when necessary

 @9D3RPBQfrom Guam answered…11mos11MO

All travel embargoes should be gone regardless of political ideology as long as it’s not harmful.

 @9BXXJ6R from Indiana answered…1yr1Y

 @9BJCYN2 from North Carolina answered…1yr1Y

Yes but if they violate any terms or are suspected or harboring terrorists, the embargo goes back into place.

 @99MFTPG from Washington answered…1yr1Y

No, this will strengthen the Cuban communist regime, which is hostile to American interests

 @98WMYYF from Texas answered…1yr1Y

 @97YDBQR from South Carolina answered…2yrs2Y

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

 @9FY58GG from California answered…9mos9MO

Yes but only if Cuba improves its human rights. They have a right to be communist if that’s what it’s citizens want for the country

  @VulcanMan6  from Kansas commented…9mos9MO

What part of Cuba do you think is communist..?

  @9CJ6CB6 from Virginia commented…9mos9MO

I honestly couldn’t name much, most of the “communist” countries are not communist in theirselves, but countries RUN by crappy communists with few actual actions one could call communist.

 @96GLZPQ from North Carolina answered…2yrs2Y

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

 @96259PT from North Carolina answered…2yrs2Y

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

 @986CPGW from Tennessee answered…2yrs2Y

 @8XCNTLD from Virginia answered…3yrs3Y

Yes. Despite the negative influence communism has had on Cuba, the U.S. embargo has had an arguably worse effect on the nation.

 @8DHZCT5 from New Jersey answered…4yrs4Y

I think we should have begun having talks with Cuban leaders to come to a political and economic compromise. This could lead to better relations and trade embargo lifting.

 @8DGRF3M from Texas answered…4yrs4Y

Yes, the domino effect that was touted in the 50's for communism has proven to be a farce. We have dealings with countries with dictators who have been added to humanitarian watch lists for the things they do to their own citizens. Bring on the cigars and classic cars.

 @8D8XNQHRepublican from Illinois answered…4yrs4Y

 @8CK9DSV from Wisconsin answered…4yrs4Y

Yes, lifting the embargo would boost our economy, and serve to support free travel between the two nations.

 @8CFJKQFAmerican from Florida answered…4yrs4Y

The only people suffering with an embargo are innocent citizens. Time to let this go like we did with Japan & Germany

 @8D38SKCDemocrat from New York answered…4yrs4Y

Yes. The people of Cuba have suffered for so long due to no fault of their own. We need to show them we have interest in them, and their struggles.

 @9PBNCB2 from Vermont answered…1wk1W

No, the travel embargo and trade embargo should be off limits until Cuba becomes a territory like Puerto Rico

 @9P7Y5X7from Guam answered…1wk1W

Yes, but all imports and exports should be heavily regulated and inspected before and after shipping

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