Hispanic voters in Florida heavily favor President Obama, strongly back his immigration positions and are highly enthusiastic about voting, according to a new poll released Thursday.
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#26 Nov 7, 2012
Appears Romney suffered from poor support in the Latino community. What does this mean?
More Latinos further/more generations away from immigrant/Cathlic roots? Have new citizen children become fully domesticated and indoctrinated into the entitlement society?
Wait until they get old enough to have accumulated some money and property and let's see how they vote. Many first and second generation Cubans in Florida seem to understand the implications of things like taxes or 'government' mandates BUT their roots are first generation immigrants or "capitalists" forced out of communist Castro Cuba. Many new citizens and their children don't have that perspective. And they have yet to fully integrate into the melting pot so for now they are a united voting block.
#27 Nov 7, 2012
White Hispanic, are you sure you are not a Black Hispanic, heheheheh? No wonder you voted for Obama. Be prepared for another 4 years of nothing. Your dictator will use his executive power to do what ever the hell he wants. Good luck!!
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