You've heard of the Embargo, the "blockade",You know-the one imposed on them by its FIFTH largest trading partner.
This year in order to reach a wider audience I encourage them to hire Jon Lovitz to replace the chromosome challenged Felipe Perez Roque to deliver their “message”.
Maybe its me, but the regime’s message sounds a lot more natural and palatable when you add “Yeah, That’s Right, That’s the Ticket” at the end:
"Enforcement of the blockade has reached levels of madness and has been particularly ferocious and cruel in the last year," “Yeah, That’s Right, That’s the Ticket”
"No bank dares accept a Cuban transaction," "Our country wants to pay but can't. The Swiss banks are afraid of receiving transfers," “Yeah, That’s Right, That’s the Ticket”
Cuba has not been able to pay its dues as a party to the chemical and biological weapons conventions because banks will not transfer Cuban funds “Yeah, That’s Right, It’s the Embargo, That’s the Ticket”
"World rejection of the embargo is practically unanimous," “That’s the Ticket
U.S. sanctions cost cash-strapped Cuba $3 billion in extra trade and financial costs since mid-2006, including higher credit, freight and insurance rates, and the loss of business, the report said. Cuba is banned from the U.S. market, the world's largest for premium rum and cigars. “Yeah, That’s Right, That’s the Ticket”
Cuba also blames U.S. sanctions for the lack of Internet access it offers its population. The U.S. embargo blocks Cuban connection to nearby submarine optic fiber cables, forcing Cuba to access the Internet via costly satellite communications. “Yeah, That’s Right, That’s the Ticket”