Skip to comments.GOP & Univision tangle over Rubio story‎
Posted on 10/05/2011 3:43:05 PM PDT by Righting
A report over the weekend said that Univision tried to strong-arm Senator ... Republicans have long loathed NBC/MSNBC for perceived bias as have Democrats ...
How to win the election
A. One of the most crucial votes is the Latino. They are divided into three main camps, 1. Mexicans [the largest block] and, 2. Cubans [most successful], Puerto-Ricans [are actually American citizens, yet, still have a certain pride, Obama knew what he was doing when he visited that island] 4. other Latinos.
Oneof the deepest [inner Latino-Americano] friction is the Cuban-Mexican.
Mexicansare usually allied with other central-Americans (despite their intra-hatred back home).
Cubansand the 'Cuban issue' is still playing towards pro-Republicans, whereas "mainstream" Latino -unfortunately- sees the right as an "enemy". [And Univision being occupied by the lefty MSNBC, ain't helping either. It is imperative to have some 'Mexican-Americans' speaking out for us as well. Remind Catholic Latinos of the VALUES we have as an advantage.
B. If Herman Cain will be the "chosen" one, it will help break the Liberal fake "race card," weapon.
C. What the Unions and the radical left is pushing the 'OccupyWallStr' is to play on the notion of the Right being an "exclusive controlling top" Vs. the mainstream / common folks. Re-awake the TeaParty which is the most powerful body countering that.
In totally unrelated news, Republican candidates continue to eagerly sign up for debates that consist of gotcha questions from liberal Democrats...
Perry has attracted a large percentage of hispanic voters in TX, and should be able to peel them off from Obama in other states too.