Michael Moore meet Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, Colin Powell’s former chief of staff. I think you’d both agree that the current US policy toward Cuba is the "dumbest policy on the face of the earth…It’s crazy." (Note to rabid FOXers Gibson, Hannity and O’Reilly–those are Wilkerson’s, not Moore’s, words from a 2004 interview in GQ magazine.) What is Moore guilty of, according to the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Asssets Control? Taking ailing 9-11 rescue workers in March to Cuba for a segment in his soon-to-be-released healthcare documentary "Sicko." But what he’s really guilty of in the Bush Administration’s sicko eyes is exposing the insanity of the US trade embargo restricting travel to Cuba–an embargo which has damaged families, violated the constitutional right to travel, harmed US business interests and the advancement of US security interests such as drug interdiction. As The Nation’s just-published special issue on Cuba (and Moore’s trip) makes crystal clear –it’s high time to bring Cuba policy into the 21st century. Lift the embargo! Normalize relations!