Yes, but with conditions or limits.
I'm unsure or don't care either way.
Oṃ maṇi padme hūṃ
Yes, we should end the embargo of Cuba. The embargo is idiotic, and serves only to comfort old Batista cronies and the like. Already, Europeans flock to their beaches and resorts in the tens of thousands. Perhaps the real reason the embargo is in effect is to keep Americans locked into Florida for vacation, when they would no doubt swamp the affordable adventures of Cuba were the embargo lifted.
Liberalism—dividing up the EARNED wealth of honest, hard working and ingenious AMERICANS and giving it to the leeches who would rather waste their worthless lives living off the government teat.
What the Castroit regime really wants are loans and lines of credit guaranteed by the U.S. Treasury Department, since it doesn’t have hard currency to pay the interests on the lines of credit for the importation of merchandise.
These credits will not be paid and the American taxpayers will be the losers, the ones to pick up the debt, as it happens at the present time with the taxpayers of many countries. By 2012 the Castroit regime owe to The Paris Club $31 billion, $28 billion to Russia, 10 billion to China, 20 billion to Venezuela, 3.5 billion to Japan and another 7.5 billion to other countries, for a total staggering debt of $100 billion.
Cuban economy’s bankruptcy is the sole responsibility of Castroit regime. It is due to the corruption and ineffectiveness of a military dictatorship that is against private property and free enterprise. Under this system the economy will continuous to deteriorate without any hope of improvement. These and no others are the real reasons of the problems.