West Palm Beach, FL – December 20, 2005 – After last week’s Caribbean Summit in Barbados, 2008 White House Hopeful Daniel Imperato issued a statement on US Relations with Castro, Cuba, and the Caribbean.

“I strongly recommend that the United States of America and its people take serious retribution of the fact that some of the closest land to our border consists of Cuba and the Caribbean. Our administration and our president, in my opinion, along with previous administrations, have been neglecting, what I feel could be one of the most important strategic parts of our very own security in the United States of America, the Caribbean islands and Cuba,” expressed Imperato.

The summit focused on health care cooperation and cultural exchanges, but a major focus was on Cuba and its thorny relationship with the United States

Imperato felt that now was the time to embrace Cuba and help them become democratic.

“I strongly suggest that our administration embrace Fidel Castro and Cuba, administer them and assist them in becoming a free society. While our government is focused all the way to Iraq, we are not even looking at our neighbor,” stated Imperato.

Just as democracy is to help our relations in the Middle East, Imperato felt that democracy could help our neighbor to the south, Cuba.

“I believe in order to breakthrough and establish stronger relations with our island neighbor, that Fidel Castro, his people, and his government, must be liberated. We the people of the United States America have a duty and obligation to support democracy in the free world. Our neighboring Cuba needs our support and I say its time that we give it,” asserted Imperato.

When Imperato becomes empowered to represent the United States he said he looks forward to “setting an example with our closest neighbor Cuba by opening relations, mending wounds, and repairing diplomatic ties with Cuba and the rest of the Caribbean.”

Also Imperato felt that the rest of the world was taking an interest in the region while we were focusing elsewhere.

“Furthermore the Caribbean and Cuba have become investment hubs for foreign nations around the globe which could very well jeopardize our security,” contended Imperato.

Additionally, Imperato felt that if the United States didn’t take action with Cuba someone else would.

“Mark my words that if we do not address the Cuban situation with Castro that Chavez will. We can’t lose this opportunity for freedom with one of our closest neighbors,” said Imperato.

About Daniel Imperato
Daniel was born and raised in Boston, Mass ( 1958 ), and began his business career in 1977 transforming the manufacturing facilities in Israel through adapting them to the global marketplace along with bringing financing to the factories for global expansion. Daniel brings over thirty years of experience in global business planning and development and has personal relationships at high levels around the world. Daniel has consulted for Fortune 500 corporations, is currently a Papal Knight with honors from the Vatican, and a board member for the African Center Foundation, a United Nations NGO.

Daniel has been a resident of West Palm Beach, Fl for over 10 years, and has devoted his time towards many worthwhile causes including our youth, and HIV/AIDS. He has unique value, explosive energy and the ability to achieve what most others cannot. Daniel is also a dedicated businessperson with morals and values that are based on trust and integrity. Presently, he has organized a Presidential Exploratory Committee in order to gauge support for a possible run at the White House in 2008.

***This Release was approved by Imperato For President 2008, the Official Presidential Exploratory Committee for Daniel Imperato.***

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