I was so excited to see on the news yesterday that Cuba is once more open to us. My God! I can remember way back in the dim recesses of my mind when the embargo was placed on Cuba. I go to the store and find "Made in China", "made in Mexico", "Made in Taiwan". I watch the shows on child labor in these countries and hear the atrocities that go on inside these borders and then look at a country 90 miles off our coast that has been ostracized for 50 years and I do not even remember what they did.
I do know that when Sherman was alive he wanted a real Cuban cigar. Just one before he died. I do not remember how much that cost on the black market. Oh, wait. That is not illegal any more, is it? And these buses loaded with medical and educationnal materials aren't either, are they?