An Offbeat Look At Presidential Candidates
Some of them, anyway.
I use the term "offbeat" because not many people consider a presidential candidates view of relations with Cuba when considering who to vote for. The Latin American Working Group does, though. They've rated some of the presidential candidates, from both parties, on Cuban policy, at least according to what they feel is good Cuba policy (and I agree, for the most part).
Looks like my favorite, Ron Paul, came out looking good to the LAWG, scoring an A. A few other democrats also scored As, but none of them are considered main contenders for the nomination. All other Republicans did horribly (depending on one's point of view) scoring Fs, but some of the other democrats didn't do all that much better.
Still, an offbeat issue, but one where I suspect many libertarians might join with the Left in scoring the candidates, although probably for different reasons.