How can anyone not be critical of a broken and failed communist regime that keeps the people's living standards nearly in the gutter, unless you have your own political agenda that is hard left-wing. The plight is Castro's doing and not the United States. I'll ask you, what's worse, the embargo that was brought on by Cuba itself or Cuba's policies of repression that results in no free speech and jail for dissenters? If the embargo was dropped tomorrow there would still be no free speech and Castro and his regime would just become richer than they already are. In my book, anyone that is not explicitly critical of Castro is implictly supportive of his regime. So, in the final analysis, Spielberg doesn't like one policy of the BSA and basically calls the BSA un-American. Freedom to associate with those of your own choosing is totally American. And you have Cuba, a country that is run by a dictator, that couldn't be further from American values and ideals and Spielberg bashes the USA over the embargo while making no mention of wholly anti-freedom policies of Cuba. Spielberg is a self-righteous hypocrite and a buffoon.