(Washington, DC) - Today, Barack Obama announced that he will continue to work with Cuba to restore communication in order for the United States to gain access to Cuba's FarmVille resources.
Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet A. Napolitano, was the one who first initiated a plan to open relationships with Cuba. "We first discovered that Cuba had these (FarmVille) resources when our intelligence department saw that Fidel Castro sent Felipe Calderón, the president of Mexico, a request to play FarmVille together."
Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, voiced support for the new measure: "If we were to end our embargo on Cuba, we would have a better understanding about the relationships Cuba seeks to build with other countries. Our main concern is making sure that Cuba does not open up relationships with Russia and start selling Military supplies in 'Mafia Wars' which would threaten our (The United State's) Mafia Wars game profile."
Expert economist for the Wall Street Journal, Bill Damon, commented "Gaining access to these resources would stimulate the economy and put over 4.3 million Americans back to work planting virtual crops."
The latest poll showed that 88% of the American Public supported the measure to open up relationships with Cuba .