Half of Tampa City Council to visit Cuba to learn from dictatorship
If you thought Tampa area U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor's trip to Cuba as a guest of the Castro dictatorship and her subsequent claim that there was a "little bit" of regime change in Cuba was ridiculous, some members of Tampa's city council are trying to top Castor. Nearly half of Tampa's City Council will be following in Castor's footsteps in May, embarking on a visit to Cuba to meet with officials of the vile and murderous Castro dictatorship so they can "learn" how to exploit opportunities on the island.
As if having the Castro regime exploit them was not enough, now the Cuban people have council members from American cities seeking advice from their slave masters on how they can exploit them as well.
Nearly half of Tampa City Council heading to Cuba
Tampa congresswoman Kathy Castor was in the news with her recent trip to Cuba, made in the spirit of lifting more than 50 years of sanctions and brokering a better relationship.
Next, nearly half the Tampa City Council heads there at the end of May as part of a Chamber of Commerce event, including first-timers Harry Cohen and Yvonne Yolie Capin, and fellow council member Mary Mulhern, who has been twice.
Seems some in this city intend to be on the cusp of change.
"I think that, clearly, the approach we've taken for the last half-century has not gotten us anywhere. It's time to do something different," says Cohen. "I am really going to learn. How can you possibly understand the different opportunities that exist unless you go?"
Says Capin: "Tampa is where the future of the relationship between the United States and Cuba will unfold. I truly believe that."
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