‘Latinos for Obama’ need to watch this!

Published on Apr 18, 2012 by 

Lehman Professor Miguel Pérez is taking the race war to staggering heights, all I can say is to go to his website and let him know how you feel. Please pass the video posted below to Mr. Pérez.

Published on Apr 19, 2012 by 

Barack Obama just launched Latinos for Obama. He promises immigration reform during his second term. But, what about his broken promise of having immigration reform passed during his first term?

Well, just ask Barack and he’ll tell you that those mean ‘ol Republicans won’t let him pass it. He fails to remember that the Democrats controlled not only the Presidency, but also the Senate and the House of Representatives for the first two (2) years of his presidency. Even if ALL Republicans voted against the immigration bill… it would have still passed.

So, explain that one Mr. Obama….

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Must See Video! Barack Obama and Immigration Reform

Here is another video that I put together…

Published on Apr 19, 2012 by 

Barack Obama just launched Latinos for Obama. He promises immigration reform during his second term. But, what about his broken promise of having immigration reform passed during his first term?

Well, just ask Barack and he’ll tell you that those mean ‘ol Republicans won’t let him pass it. He fails to remember that the Democrats controlled not only the Presidency, but also the Senate and the House of Representatives for the first two (2) years of his presidency. Even if ALL Republicans voted against the immigration bill… it would have still passed.

So, explain that one Mr. Obama….

Chicago Democrat Representative Attempts to Connect Romney to Racial Hatred Against Latinos

Is it really any wonder why the Democrat Representative from Chicago, Illinois would attack Mitt Romney?

Uploaded by  on Mar 21, 2012

Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D) tried to link recent acts of racial bias against Latinos in the country to Mitt Romney’s pro stance on the Arizona anti-immigration law.

Hispanics Rise in Key States

By JONATHAN WEISMAN

WOODBRIDGE, Va.—The surging Hispanic population in several states that figure to be crucial to the outcome of next year’s election is prompting an early scramble by both parties to influence Hispanic voters.

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The trend is particularly important to Barack Obama, who has seen his support among white voters sag, putting his hold on several swing states in danger. He is ramping up an urgent effort to win support from Latinos, while Republicans are trying to build on doubts among them about his stewardship of the economy.

In Florida, the nation’s largest presidential swing state, the voting-age Hispanic population grew by nearly 250,000 people between 2008 and 2010, census data show. By contrast, the voting-age white population grew by 30,400.

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