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Mensaje por glezbo el Jue Mar 01, 2012 11:37 pm

Well, this is hardly news for anybody capable of minimum thinking capacity. How in hell this current administration can have double standards when it comes to an american citizen unjustly held in a foreign and hostile country..?? What about the true meaning of becoming "american citizens" for us inmigrants to the "land of the brave and the free" under the precepts of the statue at Ellis Island, New York Harbor..?? Does it makes any sense anymore..?? Honestly, I don't know and I have a lot of anglo friends who are feeling the same freaking way... GOD BLESS AMERICA...!!!

Thanks the Foreign Relations Committee, the ACORN and the Rockefeller Foundation for it, " LONG LIVE THE CASTRO'S" is their motto.

How badly I miss you Mr. Great Gipper, Mr. President Reagan...!!!

Best regards, Glezbo.

Just as we had predicted, the American development workers held hostage by Egypt are on their way home.

This is great news.

Meanwhile, two-years and three-months later, American development worker Alan Gross remains a hostage of the Castro regime in Cuba.

Part of this contrast is due to the different tack taken by the U.S. in both cases.

With Egypt, the U.S. threatened to cut off valuable aid.

With Cuba, the U.S. has continued to unconditionally ease sanctions.

So what should the U.S. have done -- long ago -- to secure Alan Gross's release?

As Ralph Grunewald wrote in American Jewish Week:

[T]he following measures would pressure the Cuban government in the only place that really matters: its coffers. As a nation in desperate need of foreign currency, it is time for painful economic measures by against Cuba to bring Alan home.

First, there needs to be a reversal in the ever-increasing amount of remittances to Cubans. As noted on the U.S. State Department Web site, "academic sources estimate that remittances total from $800 million to $1.5 billion per year, with most coming from families in the United States." Earlier this year, the U.S. announced changes permitting unlimited annual remittances to family members in Cuba and to religious organizations, and up to $2,000 annually for nonfamily members to anyone on the island, an increase from the previous $1,200 limit.

Second, direct flights from U.S. airports - now numbering 15 - should be banned. This would mean a return to the status quo ante, when American travelers flew to Cuba from third countries. U.S. carriers are paying millions of dollars for landing rights in Havana, to say nothing of the hundreds of millions of dollars that American tourists are pumping into the government-controlled economy.

Another hard-hitting tactic is to threaten to expel all Cuban diplomats located on U.S. territory, including at the United Nations, until Alan Gross is freed. As we currently have no official diplomatic relations with Cuba, not much will change, and U.S. interests will continue to be handled by the Swiss government in Havana.
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Mensaje por Andres Suarez Manso el Vie Mar 02, 2012 6:03 pm

No es un espía, es Allan Ross, un contratista Norte Americano; así que repartir celulares es un delito para los Castro. Los candidatos a la presidencia deben señalar que harán si ganan la presidencia para liberarlo.
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