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Paul Ryan Visited Miami, Appealed to Cuban-Americans

Paul Ryan Visited Miami

Paul Ryan, Republican vice-presidential candidate went on voyage to Miami's small Cuban restaurant, Versailles, on September 22, 2012. An energetic crowd of Cuban-American voters welcomed him at this restaurant where he spoke to them about the Castro regime and promised to work on it. Since it was raining outside, Ryan spoke with the crowd inside the restaurant and also enjoyed the traditional Cuban coffee served here.

Making his presence in the crowd, Ryan criticized current President Obama's promise of changing Washington, commenting that Obama has failed to keep his promises. One of the key objectives of Ryan's visit to Miami was bridge-building the activity of relationship with the Cuban-Americans. As he is participating in the presidential elections to be held in November 2012, along with his mate Mitt Romney, he promised the Cuban-Americans that both of them will be tougher on the Castro government and will also help the Latinos to place back to work. He also learned about Cuban policy from his fellow Florida Representatives, Mario Diaz-Balart, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Lincoln Diaz- Balart who were present at the occasion. He also added further that after the three Representatives told him about the Castro regime, he understood about the cruelty of it and also found the reason of why Obama's policy isn't working. After this, Ryan commented that the Castro regime should be secured.

Fidel Castro is a well-known Cuban communist revolutionary and politician and also former Prime Minister of Cuba from 1959-1976 and then President of Cuba from 1976-2008. On 26th July, 1953 Fidel Castro and his brother Raul along with some revolutionaries led an attack on Moncada Barracks, an army facility in Santiago de Cuba in order to overthrow Batista. Castro was successful to ousted Batista and replaced the regime with his own revolutionary government in January 1959. After this, the U.S. government restricted its own citizens to travel to Cuba, but when Obama became the President of America; his administration relaxed the travelers allowing them to visit Cuba since last year. But still there some rules which the U.S. citizens have to follow, when they visit to Cuba.

Paul Ryan on his visit to Miami didn't miss to taste the traditional Cuban coffee at the restaurant where he had gone for the campaign. He promised the Cuban-Americans that he and his mate Mitt Romney would prove to be tougher on the Castro government. Cuban-American voters are focusing their attention on the November 2012 elections to welcome their new leader.