Garcia Padilla gets a rousing welcome back in his home town.

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Nov 9, 2012
 
Governor-elect Alejandro Garcia Padilla went back to his hometown of Cuamo and was received like a hero.

http://www.caribbeanbusinesspr.com/news/garci...

He pledged to work at what "unites the people".
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Nov 9, 2012
 
TPMP wrote:
Governor-elect Alejandro Garcia Padilla went back to his hometown of Cuamo and was received like a hero.
http://www.caribbeanbusinesspr.com/news/garci...
He pledged to work at what "unites the people".
...and it was all paid by taxpayers.

The García Padilla's "jauja" time has started.

Remember Antonio García Padilla UPR's "hazy, lazy, crazy days" of free for all spending (and he sleeping at Isla Verde's Ritz' spa while watching Rome burn)?

What a family, all three brothers sucking the "heck" (and all the blood) out of Puerto Rico's taxpayers each from different govt. jobs.
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Nov 9, 2012
 
Jorge wrote:
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...and it was all paid by taxpayers.
The García Padilla's "jauja" time has started.
Remember Antonio García Padilla UPR's "hazy, lazy, crazy days" of free for all spending (and he sleeping at Isla Verde's Ritz' spa while watching Rome burn)?
What a family, all three brothers sucking the "heck" (and all the blood) out of Puerto Rico's taxpayers each from different govt. jobs.
Fortuñito no es un santo, no te hagas el cielo ahora. El es nuestro gobernador ahora aunque no comparta nuestro ideal. Es bienvenido gano y punto acepten la realidad, si no sirve el pueblo mismo lo sacara. O ya se te olvido la epoca de Rosello donde el senado lo unico que hacia era hacer homenajes con tus chavitos y los mios???
Fortuno no debio haber botado los empleados, para mi eso fue indignante. Ahora viene la guerra entre Ricky Rosello y el tiburon ...
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Nov 9, 2012
 
to make dave happy wrote:
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Fortuñito no es un santo, no te hagas el cielo ahora. El es nuestro gobernador ahora aunque no comparta nuestro ideal. Es bienvenido gano y punto acepten la realidad, si no sirve el pueblo mismo lo sacara. O ya se te olvido la epoca de Rosello donde el senado lo unico que hacia era hacer homenajes con tus chavitos y los mios???
Fortuno no debio haber botado los empleados, para mi eso fue indignante. Ahora viene la guerra entre Ricky Rosello y el tiburon ...
A Fortuñito lo botaron como pamper usa'o.

AGP tiene que ser (y parecer) diferente a Fortuñito porque así los contribuyentes (que somos todos) lo exigimos.

El Puerto Rico de AGP no es (ni debe ser) el mismo Puerto Rico de AGP.

La persona que quiera seguir comportándose (en una colonia pobre) de manera fiscalmente desordenada; sólo porque el anterior hizo lo mismo, debe ser criticado y protestado.

A ésta colonia hay que levantarla de su protración económica a como dé lugar (and fast).
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Nov 9, 2012
 
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Nov 9, 2012
 
to make dave happy wrote:
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Fortuñito no es un santo, no te hagas el cielo ahora. El es nuestro gobernador ahora aunque no comparta nuestro ideal. Es bienvenido gano y punto acepten la realidad, si no sirve el pueblo mismo lo sacara. O ya se te olvido la epoca de Rosello donde el senado lo unico que hacia era hacer homenajes con tus chavitos y los mios???
Fortuno no debio haber botado los empleados, para mi eso fue indignante. Ahora viene la guerra entre Ricky Rosello y el tiburon ...
He threw people out of their jobs. It was unfortunate.

But, tough fiscal decisions had to be made.

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Rosello's people are happy Fortuno lost. Believe me!.

They are calculating this all very well.

They know that there would have been PNP burnout after 8 years had Fortuno won another term.
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Nov 9, 2012
 
to make dave happy wrote:
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Ahora viene la guerra entre Ricky Rosello y el tiburon ...
No creo. Ese tipo de actitud pertenece a los viejos estilos (que fueron rechazados) y Ricky pertenece a la nueva generación que no se abraza a una sola solución.

Al tiburón, Bhattia le asignará un escritorio en Siberia (donde debe estar, al menos por ahora).
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Nov 9, 2012
 
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<quoted text>He threw people out of their jobs. It was unfortunate.
But, tough fiscal decisions had to be made.
He could have done it in oh! so many ways, instead of firing poor, island workers.

Even though he tried to fix it later (by rehiring most of them) the political damage was already done.

He was perceived (from then on) as "an island aristocrat" detached from the island's poor reality (the same thing which happened to Sila and everyone who behaves as if they live in NYC's East Side).

From now on, any politician who wants to be elected has to resign to its chauffered car, bodyguards and excessive lifestyle.

Our people are learning the hard way to demand austerity from its politicians and upper social classes.

The new Puerto Rico demands the unmasking of any island leader trying to live as a millionaire from the suffering of its own people.
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Nov 9, 2012
 
As of this evening. Garcia's win has been officially certified.

Only 12,000 votes. I thought it was around 15,000 or so.

http://www.wapa.tv/noticias/politica/cee-cert...
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Nov 9, 2012
 
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As of this evening. Garcia's win has been officially certified.
Only 12,000 votes. I thought it was around 15,000 or so.
http://www.wapa.tv/noticias/politica/cee-cert...
Ea diantre!¿Por 12,000 votos na'má'?

Por poco gana Fortuño...LOL
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Nov 10, 2012
 
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Ea diantre!¿Por 12,000 votos na'má'?
Por poco gana Fortuño...LOL
12,000. That's it!. It was razor thin. But, a win is still a win. 100% of the precints haven't yet reported.

I really want to get a look at the data.

Where do this 12,000 come from?.

Who from the PNP defected?. How many sat out and or moved away?.

How many were independistas?.
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Nov 10, 2012
 
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Who from the PNP defected?. How many sat out and or moved away?.
How many were independistas?.
First of all, independentistas voted in the PIP.

Do you mean how many of the colonialist left were independentistas?

For the past 10 years, over 80,000 islanders leave the island for some state.

And, last but not least, less and less islanders vote in every general elections (at least 10% did not vote this year, vis a vis 2008).
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Nov 10, 2012
 
For the past 10 years, 80,000 islanders leave the island per year (800,000 islanders since 2002).
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Nov 10, 2012
 
“75 mil penepés no fueron a votar”
10 de noviembre de 2012 - Política, Puerto Rico,- Inter News Service

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Nov 10, 2012
 
Puerto Rico has lost the most population of any state or territory in the Union in the 2010 Census. This is something that worries me since it results in the poorest and least well educated stuck on the island while the brightest are leaving in droves to Florida, NY, Illinois, Texas, etc.

At the rate we are going by the time Puerto Rico becomes a state they could be down to 3-4 Congressmen.
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Nov 10, 2012
 
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No creo. Ese tipo de actitud pertenece a los viejos estilos (que fueron rechazados) y Ricky pertenece a la nueva generación que no se abraza a una sola solución.
Al tiburón, Bhattia le asignará un escritorio en Siberia (donde debe estar, al menos por ahora).
Jorge de verdad tu te crees ese cuento, ya veras mijo ya veras...
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Nov 10, 2012
 
Alli esta!

http://www.vocero.com/75-mil-penepes-no-fuero...

Out of those 75,000...How many actually relocated and didn't bother to vote by absentee ballots?

Or is the PNP just trying their best to put the best spin on this to save face?.
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Nov 10, 2012
 
Jorge

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Nov 10, 2012
 
to make dave happy wrote:
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Jorge de verdad tu te crees ese cuento, ya veras mijo ya veras...
¿Qué cuento?

¿Aquel donde el tiburón se va a quedar calla'o?

Pues mejor es que se ponga pa' su número y compre un zipper pa' la boqueta porque Bhattia no le va a dejar pasar ni una.

Por algo está mustito...

Mono sabe el palo que trepó y ahora está embarra'o.
Jorge

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Nov 10, 2012
 
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Or is the PNP just trying their best to put the best spin on this to save face?.
I'll go out on a limb and venture "all of the above"...(but, don't go by me; perdieron más de un cuarto de millón de votos-cogieron la pela que se le perdió a Magoyo)...

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