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Afghanistan, Algeria, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.


How about take out Cuba and replace with Somalia.
The refugees from Cuba says that Castro is dangerous and in aligned with terrorist groups.
we are scared of revenge attacks
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The refugees from Cuba says that Castro is dangerous and in aligned with terrorist groups.
Voted : we are scared of revenge attacks
after all, didn't we invade long ago, then have castro on CIA crosshairs for a few decades?

best way to deal with him was to make him a non-issue, instead we propped him up to the status he has right now.
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Uncle Max. You know as well as I do the Cuban ex-pats love to make life difficult for Castro. Cuba is as much linked to terrorism as Iraq was before 9/11.
Yeah, I doubt Fidel is losing sleep over how he's going to strike at Obama.

Why though? More leftovers from the "axis of evil" Bush era. However there's no legitimate reason in 2010 to justify this kind of bush era "evil doers" crap and frankly its disappointing and hypocritical of Obama after all the progress his administration made with the Cubans in 2009. I hope this won't strain relations further.

Ever since Fidel Castro's drop out of the lime light in 2007-8, Cuban society, with the support of its government, has introduced reforms and ideals beneficial to establishing a Cuban democracy, and even a Cuban free market. What these ideals need now to survive and strengthen is the influence of the US, which is only possible through mutual compromise and cooperation between the two nations. Not republican fear mongering.

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