Santorum Comments on Obama's Policy Change Towards Cuba

Verona, PA - Former U.S. Senator, former Presidential candidate and Chairman of Patriot Voices Rick Santorum issued the following statement regarding the United States policy change towards Cuba:

Senator Santorum said, "I am pleased that Alan Gross has been released and able to return safely home, but I am extremely concerned with how his release was negotiated.  Over and over again, President Obama's foreign policy actions have proven reckless and not in our nation's best interest." 

"I oppose normalizing trade with Cuba. I've been 100% in support of the right to a free Cuba, but the U.S. should stand on the side of the Cuban people, not with their despotic leader who is reigning terror there.  President Obama has foolishly rewarded this behavior with his actions today.  Liberalizing our trade and travel policies with Cuba sends the wrong message at the wrong time," Santorum concluded. 

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commented 2014-12-21 06:40:04 -0500 · Flag
Hmm, the sanctions have been enforced for how many years and castrol is still in power? Maybe a different approach is in order? Also, what will happen to cuba if the regime is toppled, will this help our economy?
commented 2014-12-17 19:45:00 -0500 · Flag