U.S. visitor to Cuba begs to be arrested, but no dice

July 24, 2009 | By | Reply More

This from MSNBC:

A U.S. citizen trying to challenge the ban on travel to Cuba on Friday bemoaned his inability to get arrested or cited — even after having his passport stamped in Havana and bringing back Cuban memorabilia.

And why is it, again, that we have an official ban on travel to Cuba? Are we afraid that we’ll be attacked by Cuba? I know that we’re edging toward easing up on that travel, but why not just get rid of the ban.


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