Washington DC - President George W. Bush has announced that Americans can now send their unwanted and extra mobile phones to Cuba. In a televised press conference, Bush said the phones will encourage free expression in the country and added that if the people can be trusted with phones then they be trusted to, "speak freely in public."
The phones will be allowed in care or gift packages from relatives and friends in the United States, but Bush administration officials emphasize that the main economic embargo that’s been in place for decades is still in effect. There is no word from Cuba on whether they will allow these new care packages.
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