Thursday, June 23, 2011

Pro-travel activist: Time to "get political"

Antonio Martinez says the House Committee on Appropriations vote today to return Cuba travel rules to the Bush era is "an example of the rules of Washington D.C. and a wake-up call to the pro-travel side to get political."
Politics are dictated by votes and money. They are the currencies that drive the issues. It is the currency the pro-embargo side uses effectively. It is also the currency the pro-travel side has not used.
Everything else is just talk. If you don't agree with what happened, make a contribution to the U.S. Cuba Now Political Action Committee.
Martinez is treasurer of the U.S. Cuba Now PAC. The all-volunteer group is holding its first fund-raiser in New York City on July 15.

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