Why we continue sanctions against the Castro dictatorship in Cuba

Because we cannot afford (literally and figuratively) to lift them (via Capitol Hill Cubans):

Castro Renegs on More Debt

According to the Romanian Finance Ministry, the Castro regime owes $1.2 billion to the Eastern European nation.

Meanwhile, EFE reports that Romanian officials are “shocked” by the “absolute refusal by the Cuban authorities” to negotiate this debt.

We could have spared them the “shock.”

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