Angry Cuban-Americans Protest Obama at Miami Rally

Cuban Americans were not happy with Barak Obamas comments this week on “surrendering” to the Castro regime.
Today they let him know itat his campaign stop in Miami.

One sign reads-
“Obama You Surrender to Castro”

Opponents of Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama, of Illinois, protest outside the auditorium where Obama was giving a speech to supporters during a campaign stop in Miami on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2007. (AP Photo/David Adame)

Earlier this week, Barak Obama wrote an opinion piece in the the Miami Herald announcing his plans to placate the Castro regime as president. Obama said:

Accordingly, I will grant Cuban Americans unrestricted rights to visit family and send remittances to the island…

Accordingly, I will use aggressive and principled diplomacy (talk) to send an important message: If a post-Fidel government begins opening Cuba to democratic change, the United States (the president working with Congress) is prepared to take steps to normalize relations and ease the embargo that has governed relations between our countries for the last five decades.

The Cuban-Americans didn’t appreciate that and let him know it today.

Arnesto Suarez, left, and Jose Varona protest outside the auditorium where Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama, of Illinois, was giving a speech to supporters during a campaign stop in Miami on Saturday, Aug 25, 2007. (AP Photo/David Adame)

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