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 Posted: Tue Apr 14th, 2009 11:46 pm
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Pam, I agree with you. I want to see Cuba before the Holiday Inns and Sheratons take over the beaches and the fast food chains and Starbucks dot the coastlines and main streets of Cuba. It is so rare to see a place that is truly pristine today.

Did I forget to mention the ubiquitous Caribbean Margaritavilles, Carlos and Charlies and Senor Frog's beer and booze joints all along the coasts and cruise ship ports? They will be there soon enough. Just let willing tourists...not just Cuban Americans...see it before the entrepreneurs take over. 

Oh, by the way, today some influential legislator in Florida tried to get the legislature to slap a $250,000 bond on every travel agency that will now be doing business sending Cubans to Cuba. Cooler heads prevailed and said that was unconstitutional (in Florida) to do that, so he was over ruled.

But speaking of "unconstitutional", isn't it unconstitutional to extend Cuban-American rights to travel that no other American has?

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