Bush Proposes a Plan to Aid Opponents of Castro in Cuba
Another move geared to gain Florida votes? Who knows. Can't say I oppose it. The one point that caught me though seems a bit confusing. Channeling resources for the wrong reasons?
I don't quite understand that. What makes Castro a higher priority?But critics countered that the Treasury Department, which enforces economic sanctions, is already spending an inordinate amount of time on Cuba, largely in response to domestic political pressure. Of the 120 employees at the Office of Foreign Assets Control, Senator Baucus said, 21 are dedicated to enforcing the Cuba embargo and only 4 to tracking the finances of Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein.