Should the US invade Cuba and make it a US Territory!

Posted by: GabeLipworth

The US and Cuba have had many conflicts before in the past! Today, Cuba is a Communist state. The US has set up a base there and currently control a small portion of the island. Should they invade the whole place and prove their power and strength to the other communist countries?

  • Yes, they should! Cuba, will be a US territory!

  • No, let Cuba be independent and continue the Communist regime!

42% 8 votes
58% 11 votes
  • I bet Obama would love to get some horrible excuse to invade a peaceful successful country. Due to the fact..... there dirty commies. I think Cuba should invade the US and turn it into its first colony.

  • They're no threat to us

    Posted by: Itani
  • Invading it would be perfectly fine, but it's just a narrow, jungle-covered, impoverished strip of land that is not worth America's attention.

  • No! We should let he Cubans sort out their own problems. it's bad enough we Americans are stereotyped for occupying countries for oil we don't want to make it a reality (or more a reality) If the Cubans want to remain communist then by all means let them. Communism is dieing out anyways seeing the amount of support for it has decreased.

  • Conditions and diplomacy are improving, would be a huge mistake to do so.

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biggest_pro_going says2015-04-11T08:56:29.8594586-05:00
These Americans are so STUPID i bet u could not even point Cuba out on a map.
shaancl_716 says2015-04-11T08:59:00.8645546-05:00
Wait... Isn't Cuba the island near China??? (Just kidding don't get your panties in a wad) but please, generalize EVERY American.
biggest_pro_going says2015-04-11T09:01:57.7052045-05:00
Well when about 80% of the population cant point Ukraine out on a map according to a poll that worries me. Remember 33% of those Americans want to send American troops into Ukraine. I am sure not all Americans are stupid but A LOT are.

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