And these socially challenged, self-absorbed, obnoxious d0rks want us Latinos to play their Uncle Tom games and "assimilate" into their vision of us as perpetual second-class citizens while at once giving them our vote???? Looks like Mitt Rom Bot 2. This idiot would say anything to anyone and promise them the moon to get their vote than turn around and say he did not say that. What a joke he is onto himself. Romney is making clear his views step by step Now in the Univision meeting he talks about his chances if were a Latino.
How dumb a Presidential candidate can be. Let us laugh all the way to the Ballot box on Nov 6. The tone, contents and the way he was talking to that closed door audience lets you know regardless of how its framed the guy had malicious intent in his words. Nothing Funny Period. Mitt is continuously showing his REAL beliefs on all aspects of our society. He hates anyone who isn't like him Sleep with your backs to the wall! Ha ha. Thats ok, Im latino and I'm laughing because even if Rommey was latino he still would not get the majority of the latino vote.
Latinos support the middle class. Maybe Romney could make a bunch of empty promises to the Latinos, for their votes. It worked for Obama in , when he made a bunch of empty promises to win the election. He has no idea what people in the middle class or the poor look think or act like. We are all invisable to him. Or that when his grandfather was thrown OUT of Mexico, the family went on welfare.
Romney favors a U. Revisionist and selective self-promotion of his very own log cabin story. I'm embarrassed for him and his family. Go away, Dimwit. What defines you?
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Opinion: The Rosa Parks you don't know. Until recently, much of the research on political participation has resisted the idea that Latino voters rely on ethnic cues. The discussion has become increasingly salient as political strategists have learned to define individual voting blocs and mobilize them in support of a candidate. Nourished by the debate over immigration, the search for the Latino voter has now blossomed into a national political obsession. Against this background, Matt A. Barreto assays the influence of ethnic identification on Latinos' voting behavior.
Barreto asks whether the presence of co-ethnic candidates actually does mobilize Latino voters in support of these candidates. His analysis of in-depth candidate interviews, public opinion surveys, official election results, and statistics finds that it does. He goes on to describe the dynamic of voting in the Latino community and sharpens our appreciation of how ethnic considerations influence the electoral choices of Americans more generally.
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