The road to Hell and the road to Jahannam is the same damn road.
I became a conservative by being around liberals. I became a libertarian by being around conservatives. ~ Greg Gutfeld.
Let's be realistic for a moment. Even Jimmy Carter couldn't get the embargo lifted. Would that statement imply that something runs our government that is bigger than a President or elected leader? I don't see how it could mean anything else. Check your history and see what money was damaged by Castro's takeover and then see if those big money interests wield any power today. Cuba is no threat. Never has been. The threat is the group that keeps Cuba embargoed.
An attitude change is necessary.
The consumer buys foreign as they want better.
Our management has been having trouble with this simple concept for a long time.
Our government has been trying to reduce the wages of the working man, with limited success.
Besides which, our embargoes have not caused very many governments to fall. We have active embargoes in Cuba and Iran. Last I checked, the folks we didn't like were still in charge in both of those places. We had an embargo against Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq, but that's not why he's no longer in charge. As a foreign policy instrument, it doesn't work unless the rest of the world does it too.
Lift the embargo. Let American companies sell where they need to sell in order to make money.
Embargo should have ended decades ago.
It would help the medical industry a lot. Guess what America doesn't have enough of? Good doctors. Guess what you can find on every street corner in Cuba. Good doctors.