Can the GOP boost Hispanic vote numbers?

Can the GOP boost Hispanic vote numbers?

There are 168 comments on the Central Ohio story from Mar 21, 2014, titled Can the GOP boost Hispanic vote numbers?. In it, Central Ohio reports that:

Republican outreach to Hispanic community - A year ago, the Republican National Committee published a report chronicling why they failed in the 2012 presidential election.

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#138 Mar 28, 2014
Liberals R Defective wrote:
<quoted text>Because of mouth breathers like you, who vote early and often.
You just wish, your bullsh*t was true....
Memo From Turner

Cortlandt Manor, NY

#139 Mar 28, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Voter ID doesn't stop anybody from voting provided they are legally allowed to vote.
The Democrats (as usual) BS'd you into that false assumption that somehow, Voter ID discriminates against certain people. The realty is that Democrats know their constituents will cheat and they want to keep it that way. Democrat politicians love Democrat voters that cheat. Just take a look at this most recent event:
Al Sharpton, Democrats, honor woman convicted of voter fraud
While appearing at a rally to kick-off the campaign for an Ohio state constitutional amendment dealing with voters' rights, MSNBC host Al Sharpton and some Democrats honored Melowese Richardson, a former poll worker who was convicted in 2013 of voter fraud, Cincinnati.com reported Friday.
Richardson admitted voting twice for Obama in 2012, and was indicted for voting at least six times. She was also charged last year of illegal voting in the 2008 and 2011 elections.
She was sentenced to five years in prison, but was released and placed on probation after Democratic activists demanded a "fairer" term, Cincinnati.com said.
Apparently, upon noticing Richardson at the rally, held at the Word of Deliverance Church in Forest Park, Cincinnati National Action Network President Bobby Hilton called Richardson on stage for a "welcome home," where Sharpton hugged her.
http://www.examiner.com/article/al-sharpton-d...
As for your phony 0.00000013 percent goes, I have an entire folder of voter fraud stories from all over the country. Anytime you want me to post a dozen or so links, just ask. I'll be glad to oblige.
You have a point in 0.00000013 percent of cases. Good for you.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#140 Mar 28, 2014
dragoon70056 wrote:
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Invalid argument.
Legitimate, legal citizens of voting age already do (in a vast of majority of the cases) already have one type of photo ID or another. Thanks for playing.
You may be playing with yourself, but I'm definitely not playing with you. You continue to miss what I've said by declaring, mirabile dictu, my argument invalid. You then proceed to advance an irrelevant premise as if it constitutes proof of your miraculous performance. If you're going to argue logic, you must try to be logical.

In all honesty, I anticipated your response, which you repeat from the extremist right wing playbook. Whether or not citizens already have a valid photo ID, it does not follow that they must have one to be eligible to vote.

In anticipation of what I believe to constitute your next response, regardless of how easy it may be to obtain a valid photo ID, it does not follow that there is any reason for citizens to show one to be eligible to vote.

Logic indeed! Feel free to keep playing with yourself if it please you, but please leave me out of it until you can understand what I write and can exercise logic in planning your response. Mainly, turn off Fox and Limbaugh and try to think for yourself. That may sound harsh, but it is to wish you well.
Cat74

Aurora, IL

#141 Mar 28, 2014
Why would a political party want to reach out to a group of people who are part of a criminal element from another country? I would rather Republicans lost the election then get down to the criminal level the Democrats don't seem to care about.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#142 Mar 29, 2014
kuda wrote:
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You may be playing with yourself, but I'm definitely not playing with you. You continue to miss what I've said by declaring, mirabile dictu, my argument invalid. You then proceed to advance an irrelevant premise as if it constitutes proof of your miraculous performance. If you're going to argue logic, you must try to be logical.
In all honesty, I anticipated your response, which you repeat from the extremist right wing playbook. Whether or not citizens already have a valid photo ID, it does not follow that they must have one to be eligible to vote.
In anticipation of what I believe to constitute your next response, regardless of how easy it may be to obtain a valid photo ID, it does not follow that there is any reason for citizens to show one to be eligible to vote.
Logic indeed! Feel free to keep playing with yourself if it please you, but please leave me out of it until you can understand what I write and can exercise logic in planning your response. Mainly, turn off Fox and Limbaugh and try to think for yourself. That may sound harsh, but it is to wish you well.
No, it's your wish that people don't access the other side of the story and that the MSM can keep on brainwashing people.

Does voter ID disenfranchise those on the left? Yes it does, but not because of the phony reasons you and your leaders claim.

You on the left have a large voting block of politically ignorant voters. They really don't care about voting all that much because they don't even understand what they are voting on. This is particularly true in lower income areas and inner-cities.

These people will vote provided they don't have to put much effort into it. That's why Democrats load them up on busses, visit nursing homes, pull winos off of park benches, have ballots delivered right to their mailbox and so on. These are people that live off of social programs and are too lazy to work.

So what would happen if people had to put the slightest effort into voting? Those people just won't vote, that's all. And this is the real reason Voter-ID would have a disproportional effect on Democrats more so than Republicans. The "Obama Money" people will just stay home.

Republicans on the other hand take voting very seriously. They understand the issues and what's at stake. They will do just about anything to make sure their ballot is cast. It's important to us. Something as simple as getting a Voter-ID is the least of our problems. Hell, in the past, we've waited in lines at times for hours to vote. Voter ID? Ha,ha. No big deal to us.

You, your Democrat friends, your Democrat leaders, will never admit to any of this, but it's the absolute truth. So instead, you create this lie about Voter-ID being racially discriminatory.

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#144 Mar 29, 2014
The GOP, can't even boost a decent Presidential candidate......teaparty House republican's can't even legislate for the good of the country and people.....

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#145 Mar 29, 2014
Liberals R Defective wrote:
<quoted text>Your Kenyan switch hitter has reached his lowest popularity numbers since he was immaculated. What does that tell you? Even stupid people are waking up and realizing that the emperor has no clothes.
Sorry, but you are too far gone......ask for the local police to bring a Baker Act form, when they come to get you.....
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#146 Mar 29, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
The GOP, can't even boost a decent Presidential candidate......teaparty House republican's can't even legislate for the good of the country and people.....
You don't even know who the candidates will be yet. The Republicans are looking out for the good of the country. They are trying to stop DumBama's spending spree putting us further in the hole. DumBama's motto is higher debt--weaker military. Less working--more people dependent on government.

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#147 Mar 29, 2014
Yeah, that is why the teaparty House republican's blocked every democrat jobs bill for 3 years, while yelling for Obama to supply the jobs....LOOK IT UP, SHITH*AD......Don't be afraid of the truth....
spud

Bangor, PA

#148 Mar 29, 2014
dragoon70056 wrote:
<quoted text>
What "extensive" research might that be? A study conduct by which left-leaning organization, exactly?
That guy is always siting some 'extensive research'. He the president of the imaginary Extensive Study Board. He sits on many other imaginary boards as well.
spud

Bangor, PA

#149 Mar 29, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Yeah, that is why the teaparty House republican's blocked every democrat jobs bill for 3 years, while yelling for Obama to supply the jobs....LOOK IT UP, SHITH*AD......Don't be afraid of the truth....
If you want to put Americans to work you have to do two things. First, you have to control immigration. That means enforcing our laws and cutting current levels of legal immigration. Second, you have to get rid of free trade agreements that encourage shipping our jobs overseas. Since both parties are paid off to oppose such things, they're going to be real hard to do. Neither party ever had a real jobs strategy. All the Republicans want to do is cut taxes and all the Democrats want to do is spend more barrowed money (stimulus). Neither plan works.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#150 Mar 29, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Yeah, that is why the teaparty House republican's blocked every democrat jobs bill for 3 years, while yelling for Obama to supply the jobs....LOOK IT UP, SHITH*AD......Don't be afraid of the truth....
What jobs bills? The Democrats are not interested in creating jobs. If that were the case, they would have joined Republicans in getting rid of the largest jobs killer in the country today--Commie Care. But they're not letting go of that even if it means a depression.

Government doesn't create jobs-- the private market creates jobs. All politicians can do is make it easier or harder for the public sector to do that. This is the most anti-business President we've had in our lifetime. That's why there's no jobs. It has nothing to do with any so-called jobs bills.
spud

Bangor, PA

#151 Mar 29, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
The GOP, can't even boost a decent Presidential candidate......teaparty House republican's can't even legislate for the good of the country and people.....
The best government isn't one that tries to control the people, it's one that lets the people live. Our government needs to get out of the way instead of continually building more barriers that deprive us of our freedom. Our government is three times as big as it should be and also spends three times what it should. The tea party is right to want to shrink the size of government and its budget. Ron Paul was right about disbanding whole departments like education, HHS, agriculture and the IRS for starters. We make big deals out of nothing and nothing out of big deals these days mainly to protect a few rich monopolies.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#153 Mar 29, 2014
spud wrote:
<quoted text>The best government isn't one that tries to control the people, it's one that lets the people live. Our government needs to get out of the way instead of continually building more barriers that deprive us of our freedom. Our government is three times as big as it should be and also spends three times what it should. The tea party is right to want to shrink the size of government and its budget. Ron Paul was right about disbanding whole departments like education, HHS, agriculture and the IRS for starters. We make big deals out of nothing and nothing out of big deals these days mainly to protect a few rich monopolies.
If it were up to me, there would be no bureaucracies at all in this country. Bureaucracies and life-long judges are the two biggest threats to our freedom in the US. It's just a shame that nobody in either party adopted that as part of their platform.

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

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Since: Jul 09

Arcadia, LA.

#154 Mar 29, 2014
kuda wrote:
<quoted text>
You may be playing with yourself, but I'm definitely not playing with you. You continue to miss what I've said by declaring, mirabile dictu, my argument invalid. You then proceed to advance an irrelevant premise as if it constitutes proof of your miraculous performance. If you're going to argue logic, you must try to be logical.
In all honesty, I anticipated your response, which you repeat from the extremist right wing playbook. Whether or not citizens already have a valid photo ID, it does not follow that they must have one to be eligible to vote.
In anticipation of what I believe to constitute your next response, regardless of how easy it may be to obtain a valid photo ID, it does not follow that there is any reason for citizens to show one to be eligible to vote.
Logic indeed! Feel free to keep playing with yourself if it please you, but please leave me out of it until you can understand what I write and can exercise logic in planning your response. Mainly, turn off Fox and Limbaugh and try to think for yourself. That may sound harsh, but it is to wish you well.
~Applauds with standing ovation~

I don't know how you did it, but you somehow managed to take standard left-wing extremist talk and make it sound even more inane, insane and illogical than any of the other left-wing extremists. Congratulations. A Razzy award is surely in your immediate future.

P.S. I'm sure these Fox and Limbaugh fellers appreciate the free publicity though.

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Since: Jul 11

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#156 Mar 29, 2014
Win the minority vote? Hahahaha!!
Cat74

Downers Grove, IL

#157 Mar 29, 2014
Democrats cannot have voter I D, because their Dead don't photograph well. Ask yourself how there has not been a Republican Mayor in Chicago since the 1930s. Then take that factor Nationwide as President Obama, and Valerie Jarrett did, and you have the Democrat perfect voter storm. Unfortunately for Democrats that only works twice Nationwide. Then the voters wise up, and throw the Democrats out!!! You will see in November the largest landslide in our History, as the American people usher in new leaders on every level.
Memo From Turner

Cortlandt Manor, NY

#158 Mar 29, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
You don't even know who the candidates will be yet. The Republicans are looking out for the good of the country. They are trying to stop DumBama's spending spree putting us further in the hole. DumBama's motto is higher debt--weaker military. Less working--more people dependent on government.
You have to keep up with the news. This week all of the Republican hopefuls lined up in a Las Vegas hotel for an audience with Sheldon Adelson and his checkbook. The Republicans are well on their way to selecting a candidate that is good for Shelly and a few other cash cows. Do they care what is "good for the country"? No. They care about what is good for a guy who made his billions from Chinese casinos.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#159 Mar 29, 2014
Memo From Turner wrote:
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You have to keep up with the news. This week all of the Republican hopefuls lined up in a Las Vegas hotel for an audience with Sheldon Adelson and his checkbook. The Republicans are well on their way to selecting a candidate that is good for Shelly and a few other cash cows. Do they care what is "good for the country"? No. They care about what is good for a guy who made his billions from Chinese casinos.
Lower taxes are not good for the country?

More personal responsibility is not good for the country?

Less spending is not good for the country?

The repeal of Commie Care is not good for the country?

Encouraging job creation is not good for the country?

Less government dependents are not good for the country?

No, the GOP is not picking their candidates yet. We have a long way to go. And after the November elections, the field may pretty much change anyway. It all depends on how badly the Democrats get slaughtered in the house and senate. Who knows? They may just back a Tea Party candidate or somebody close to it.
Memo From Turner

Cortlandt Manor, NY

#160 Mar 29, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Lower taxes are not good for the country?
More personal responsibility is not good for the country?
Less spending is not good for the country?
.
Federal tax rates are at their lowest rate in 30 years. For the upper tax brackets they are at their lowest rates since the 1950's. It has been an interesting experiment in supply side economics, but after thirty plus years it is time to conclude that Reaganomics doesn't seem to be taking off.

Personal responsibility is a good thing and a fine example of that is the fact that millions of people are now able to purchase health insurance for themselves. Oddly enough suddenly the Republicans are not fans of personal responsibility. Go figure.

As for the Republican obsession with spending while Democrats are in office all you have to do is read about Jude Wanniski's Two Santa Claus Theory. It has been right-wing gospel since the 1970's, but it is incredibly cynical.

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