Havana cigars are the most subtle political hot point for the next administration in debate on rights of Colonial American families to wield power against our liberties.
The Florida lobby is the single most obstinate block in this link of the chains of freedom, liberty; as written by founding philosophers Locke and Hobbs. They wrote against the Monarchy and oppression that freedom was a natural order of mankind, and while freedom is chaos they show liberty as the chains of freedom; of which the links of those chains are laws.
We American citizens of the Post Colonial United States families who fought in the War of 1812 on the basis of an emergent threat to commerce, the rights to grow and export tobacco. Our ships filled with tobacco were pirated by the British and remember, tobacco was money in that day.
The principles of that war over piracy on the high seas grew to a world wide scale. That war became the fight over freedom of the seas.
Cuban emigrants came to Florida and founded their own colony to form a justifiable fight against the communists of Fidel Castro's Cuba. A revolution against corruption that was infiltrated by organized crime, according to the author of "Havana Nocturne," by T. J. English.
What is the hopeless plight of these Cuban refugees remains a mere dream to recover their land. Anything to continue hard times on the island of Cuba remains the intent of the Cuban lobby, according to Congressman Sam Farr of the 17th Congressional District in California.
When incumbent President Barack Obama returns to office, he will have to confront the dissidents of Florida and face another lobby in favor of the trade with Cuba over Havana cigars. It will be subtle. It will be quiet.
One hot point, in the face of food franchises and small American surpluses management of grains and other agricultural products that can export without an effect upon our employment base will be the freedom of Havana cigars, and Cuban made furniture.
Until we have a firm law to accept this unique import, we have developed a criminal element in those Americans who have a just cause for a simple pleasure.