We've constantly heard opponents of U.S. policy towards Cuba argue how greater trade and travel will help bring greater awareness to human rights abuses and to the tragic plight of the Cuban people.
This week, Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue led a 43-person trade delegation to Cuba, where they explored business opportunities with the Castro regime -- not with the Cuban people.
In the wide media coverage the trip received, can someone help us locate one statement -- or even tangential mention -- by Governor Perdue or any member of his delegation regarding human rights, democratic reforms, political, social and economic freedoms, etc.
If so, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- ► 2012 (1158)
- ► 2011 (1032)
06/06 - 06/13
- Neda: The Voice of a Nation
- Outrage of the Week
- No Change in EU's Cuba Policy
- Taking Over Venezuela
- Desperation Is No Substitute For Shame
- Challenge of the Day
- Sonny's Revelation: Castro's Broke
- Picture Perfect Protest
- Only Mercantilists Need Apply
- In My Humble Opinion, Pt. 21
- Another Tragic Anniversary
- Raul Castro is Not God
- In My Humble Opinion, Pt. 20
- More Provinces, "Illegals" and Arrests
- Political Prisoner Bleeding to Death
- Pro-Democracy Funding is Released
- Smuggling Terrorists Through Cuba
- Mexican Cartel Linked to Castro
- Is Cuba More Democratic Than Honduras?
- Yoani Spoke Too Soon
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- ► 2009 (933)