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Bush's Cuba Policy

This is from the round-table interview held on May 31.


"I'd love to talk about Cuba. I believe Cuba ought to be free. And I believe that when there is a transition to new leadership, the world ought to work for freedom, not stability, that the leading edge of our agenda ought to be to say to whomever takes over that government, we expect there to be elections and free press, free prisoners."


1. A free world, not a stable one. (Free for private enterprises to do whatever they want to do, including manufacturing war to kill people)

2. Free Prisoners (How about freeing prisoners in Cuba - who are in American captivity?)


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