-I have a couple of more minutes. As
you know, Hurricane Gustav devastated Cuba, and now it seems that Ike
might affect Cuba again. So, the questions is if you would support
lifting the restrictions maybe ninety days, one hundred and twenty
days, so that people in the United States can send money to their
families in Cuba?
-I am all for humanitarian assistance, if humanitarian assistance
anywhere in the world is needed when people are in an emergency or
crisis or are devastated. But no, I am not for lifting restrictions on
sending money. But I know the American people would support
humanitarian assistance, but all I am asking and all the people I know
are asking is that Raul Castro empty out the prisons of political
prisoners, so that they could get some of that money and maybe live in
a free an open society. Let human rights organizations perform and have
a free and fair election, that is all we ask.
-Finally, as you know, Sarah Palin is not giving interviews yet, right?
-Well, she just gave her speech, as you know, a couple of nights ago.
She will be giving interviews within a few days, and I would love for
you to know her, and I know that you would appreciate the opportunity
to get with her particularly in some of these very important issues
that affect all Americans, but particularly those who watch Univision.
-And you know her very well, what do you think Hispanic voters should know about her?
-You know, one of the things that Hispanics, in my view, are the
strongest is in family, la familia, and this is a great example. From
an oldest son who is about to go to war, to a youngest baby, who is so
so perfect, and so exceptional with Down Syndrome. So, I think you
would find that Hispanic people will warm to her and love her the way
that other people have known her, again, the most popular governor in
-Senator, thank you so much, muchas gracias.
-It's great to see you again
-Thanks so much
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