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George Bush Declares Shoe Size To Be Ultimate Determinant For Getting Things Right


The Rose Garden (CC) _ President Bush declared that you could always trust a man with a big shoe size, indicating he had a really big one, while somewhere in Texas a village is missing its idiot.Bushshoesize



Entry Requirements/Travel Transaction Limitations


The Cuban Assets Control Regulations of the U.S. Treasury Department require that persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction be licensed to engage in any transaction related to travel to, from and within Cuba. Transactions related to tourist travel are not licensable. This restriction includes tourist travel to Cuba from or through a third country such as Mexico or Canada. Former Secretary of State Colin Powell shows his contempt for the policy while someone was heard muttering "Who cut the cheese?"

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President Bush has said he will consider replacing Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez with Sargeant Cuba Garcia, pictured below with Harriet Miers and her interpretor. Garcia is said to be a close friend of Zorro, and a proponent of "vigorous interogations". sgt garcia">



If you are travelling with a Specific License as a United States citizen subject to United States law, for the purpose of visiting Cuba other than as a tourist, you will need a visa issued by and from the Republic of Cuba. If you travel initially as a tourist you will only need a tourist card to enter Cuba legally. However, if your status changes (from tourist to licensed visitor) you may apply for a change of status by contacting the United States Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba.


"The right to travel is a part of the liberty of which the citizen cannot be deprived without due process of law under the Fifth Amendment"... Justice William O. Douglas, Kent v. Dulles (1958)

For the past forty years United States citizens have been barred from spending U.S. dollars in Cuba. Not travelling to Cuba per se... but... from spending money in Cuba!. And somewhere in Texas a village is missing an idiot.


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