I'm snipping all the name calling bullshit. If it pleases your strange sense of 'debate competition' you may award yourself points or whatever it is you do. I'm going straight to the key part of the question.
: *I hope you've actually taken the time to figure out that there are thousands of Haitians (and others) out there trying to get in. Do you support an open immigration policy in that case?
: the real issue is do you support a policy (the embargo) condemned by 173 member nations of the UN
I'm not intimidated by 173 UN politicians but I DON'T support the policy. If the goal was to change cuba then the best means would be to trade with it and accept its people who with to come here and equally those who wish to go there. See what their government would make of that.
Re-think the conservative-republican pigeon hole you've decided I must fit in - its not a good fit.
You could have held your breath after all.