Venezuela: An 'Extraordinary Threat'?

by | Apr 14, 2015

President Obama recently issued an executive order declaring Venezuela an “extraordinary” threat to the United States. Both he and his officials knew this was not true, but the determination had to be made so that he could impose sanctions on the country. At almost the same time, the president attended an historic face-to-face meeting with Cuban leader Raul Castro. This is one (positive) step toward normalizing relations with the island. Why the schizophrenia? Meanwhile, recently-declared presidential candidate Marco Rubio pretends to bring fresh new ideas and policies to the race while demanding that the 50 year fruitless embargo of Cuba remain in place. Tune in to the Ron Paul Liberty Report for Ron Paul’s take: