Romney Disrespects Latinos

Romney Disrespects Latinos

Washington : DC : USA | May 08, 2012 at 4:14 PM PDT
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If you are a Latino, then you would be absolutely clueless if you selected to vote for GOP candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Here is a quote from a press briefing earlier today that was intended to persuaded more Latinos to vote for Romney in November.

"He's still deciding what his position on immigration is. I can't talk about what his proposal is going to be."

That quote was made by Bettina Inclan, the Republican party's director of Hispanic outreach. (Notice that she is Republican and her last name has clan in it. What a coincidence! Also notice that the Republican party does not have an outreach for African-American voters. The GOP has given up in reaching out to Black citizens; the Republican party just hopes that Blacks don't show up to vote in November every even year.)

Remember that something is always better than nothing. The Democrats attempted to pass the Dream Act a couple of years ago. Even though the immigration proposal was highly flawed and was blocked by the GOP in the US Senate, it was better than the GOP's alternative, which is absolutely nothing.

Plus, there is no way that Romney would ever support any law that would bring about immigration reform because he would never help out Latinos. Remember that he is a Mormon. Mormons believe that they should remain separate from people of color (II Nephi 5:21-25, Book of Mormon). Latinos, do not be tricked into voting for Mitt Romney.

Source: Bloomberg News

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