Today history was made in Havana, but we should not be celebrating.
Make no mistake, Cuba is still led by an anti-American regime. But, in the eyes of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, the Cuban people are suffering because not enough American tourists visit the country, when the truth is the Cuban people are suffering because they live in a tyrannical dictatorship.
President Obama has rewarded the Castro regime for its repressive tactics and persistent, patient opposition to American interests. He has unilaterally decided to enrich the Castro regime at the expense of the Cuban people.
The concessions to the Castro regime threaten America's moral standing in our hemisphere and around the world, brings legitimacy to a state sponsor of terror, and further empowers an ally of China and Russia that sits just 90 miles from our shore.
When I am elected the next President of the United States, I will stand with the Cuban people not their oppressors. I will work to make our nation a safer place for Americans and our globe safer for our allies.
I know that my dissenting voice today will not go over well with President Obama, John Kerry and Hillary Clinton. They and their liberal allies will attack me across the media and airwaves, which is why I need your immediate help.
If you stand with me in agreeing that today's ceremony was nothing more than a propaganda rally for the Castro regime, then please follow this link right now.
The Embassy opening in Havana is unfortunately just the beginning. President Obama is also trying to push through the Iranian deal that will eventually lead to a nuclear Iran, and an even more threatened Israel. These deals demonstrate with jarring clarity how the Obama Administration has failed to anticipate impending crises, ignored the realities of the globalized economy, and sought to make America liked rather than respected.
Centuries of global affairs tell us the best way to affect an outcome with volatile leaders is through strength and example, while the worst is through weakness and concession. When elected, I will lead our nation with strength, but I need your help right now to ensure I get there.
Please follow this link right now to show your support.
I need to know if you stand with me. The Obama White House and the Democrats are going to try to silence my dissenting voice, and I need your help to ensure my voice stays front and center.
P.S. While President Obama would love for everyone to praise his deal with the Castros, we most certainly should not be. As President, I will stand with the Cuban people and not their oppressors. Please show your support by standing with me right now.