Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Jul 19, 2015.
there will be an influx of Cuban/ American citizens to the u.s., it will change the political map of America, and pre 1961 cars/trucks...
Shit this time you really do have to thank Obama.
Thank you, Obama.
I was thinking the other day, "boy, we should open up trade with a country that drives Chryslers from the 60s"
Can't wait for the benefits to me!
Is the Restoration of Normal Diplomatic Relations with Cuba a Good Idea or Counter-Productive?
WGAF (for a certain female Shedder )
Apparently 77% of members thought it was a good idea.
I can't wait to see those '60 Corvairs that Chevy shipped to Havana right before the Revolution.
I bet some of them have Lada engines up front now!
Being a libertarian, I agree with Obama on this one.
I guess that's the least we could do for them after beating the shit out of their national soccer team the way we did a couple of nights ago.
by law, the mere act of placing 1 foot on dry American soil gives Cubans full citizenship, with rights to vote, own property, public education...
Only a stupid Klanbagger twat like @Beth143nacho will be against this. Either that or he'll say it was his hero Bush's idea. He just can't agree with the black guy on anything.
Does this mean Miami will empty out when all it's residents rush back home?
I'm all for it on one condition. We get Joanne Chesimard back to serve out her remaining life in prison.
Yes, Obama has us making friends with Libya, Iraq, Cuba and Iran.
That cannot possibly backfire. All of the Presidents before Obama must be wrong.
Hey, ya got something right for a change.
Greatest president ever! He even tops Bill at this point
I'm sure he will be remembered along with Jimmy Carter.
Bye Bye - Wet Foot/Dry Foot
NO more NEW Leaches on Society
Plus a Cleansing:
Cubans facing deportation await changes in US-Cuba relations
MIAMI (AP) — With the United States and Cuba inching closer to fully restoring diplomatic ties, including re-opening embassies for the first time in 54 years, the future is murky for tens of thousands of Cuban immigrants who have been ordered by immigration authorities to leave the country.
As many as 25,000 Cubans living in the United States have outstanding deportation orders, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. They include people who pose a threat to national security or have serious criminal convictions and are considered priorities for immigration enforcement agents.
Despite being an enforcement priority, those immigrants haven't yet been sent back to Cuba because the government of President Raul Castro has not given them permission to return.
More than 35,000 Cubans have outstanding deportation orders, and as of the end of March, more than 2,300 other Cubans have open cases pending in U.S. immigration court. ICE said of those, about 25,000 are considered deportation priorities because of their backgrounds, including criminal histories.
Well, we know that Obama is TOUGH on deportation. Just ask the family of the dead woman in SF.