Author Topic: Latino PAC Shifts Course Endorses GOP Challengers Over Democrat Incumbents  (Read 399 times)

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I guess some of "them" can be persuaded by argument and facts.  But then, "they" always end up voting democrat, so why bother, right?

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It isn't necessary to get 51% nationally. Just to add 10 to 20% to recent election shares, for Latinos, etc.

The potential is there, the candidates are there, and if the hardcore immigrant opponents can avoid making racist statements, we get more voters for our side.

I have held discussions with Hispanics, and they don't like to be stereotyped, or disrespected.
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It isn't necessary to get 51% nationally. Just to add 10 to 20% to recent election shares, for Latinos, etc.

The potential is there, the candidates are there, and if the hardcore immigrant opponents can avoid making racist statements, we get more voters for our side.

I have held discussions with Hispanics, and they don't like to be stereotyped, or disrespected.


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It isn't necessary to get 51% nationally. Just to add 10 to 20% to recent election shares, for Latinos, etc.

The potential is there, the candidates are there, and if the hardcore immigrant opponents can avoid making racist statements, we get more voters for our side.

I have held discussions with Hispanics, and they don't like to be stereotyped, or disrespected.

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I guess some of "them" can be persuaded by argument and facts.  But then, "they" always end up voting democrat, so why bother, right?
You're thinking of the wrong "them."

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You're thinking of the wrong "them."

no, i'm not.


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