I pledge to make a candidates positions on Cuba an important factor in my vote in caucuses or primaries and the general election for President, as well as for Congress. They must respond to the two-thirds of Americans who want real change in US policy, and * State unambiguously that they will improve US international standing by substituting engagement for President Bush\'s goal of regime replacement and will launch negotiations to resolve obstacles to normal diplomatic and trade relations; * Commit use of Presidential authority to restore Americans
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Erick Tejas, United States7 years ago US State: FL
Comments: after almost 50 years, there is no doubt US policy towards Cuba hasn't worked. it's time for a change!
Lauren Grau, United States7 years ago Title/position: Research Associate
Organization/affiliation: Management Education and Research Consortium
US State: DC
Comments: I have been to Cuba and seen the effect of the embargo. I went on a student visa that is no longer legal. I am an American citizen and I want to travel to Cuba. My father's family is from Cuba, but we have no more family living there so I cannot visit on a family reunion visa. Cuba is in my blood and I should not be restricted from exploring my rich heritage, including relations to a former Cuban president Ramon Grau San Martin. The US government has no right to bar me from that beautiful country. It is time to let go of the Cold War and step into the new millennium.
Margaret S. Maurin, United States7 years ago US State: PA
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