Skip to comments.Texas GOP group aims to get Hispanics elected
Posted on 07/22/2010 10:42:43 AM PDT by dragnet2
...a new Republican group launched an effort Tuesday to recruit and train GOP candidates.
The Hispanic Republicans of Texas, led by George P. Bush, the nephew of former President George W. Bush.....
"Hispanic leaders are disproportionately underrepresented as elected officials, especially as Republicans," said Sonya Medina
Hispanics represent 37 percent of the Texas population and 40 percent of students in public schools...
In the most recent presidential election, President Barack Obama won 63 percent of the Hispanic vote in Texas...
Nationally, Obama captured 67 percent of the Hispanic vote
(Excerpt) Read more at dallasnews.com ...
Is anyone surprised?
Here ya go.
they should worry about electing people who support traditional American values and quit worrying what race, sex or color they are
Republicans or conservatives?
It is sad that the question even has to be asked....
Great news...IF the are true conservatives...otherwise just more rinos.
So, now.....is the ‘game’ to get as many minorities as the other side? Frankly, I could give a crap about black, hispanic, asian, inuit, samoan, etc. I care about legal Americans and the HISTORICAL conservative values upon which this country was founded. If we pander to these groups we become the equivalent of the party that now supports the tyrant in the White House and his entire regime.
I have an idea. Let’s form a group to get REPUBLICANS elected. I don’t give about their complexion or who their ancestors were, or what kinds of sex they engage in. When you start down that road you have already strayed from what it means to be a Republicans and an American.
ENOUGH !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Please Bush RINO RINO RINO Just GO AWAY with your Mexican Pandering.
I don’t recall there being a “what is your race” on the ballot the last presidential election.
Where are they coming up with these %’s? just askin
Good! George P. Bush is an excellent, genuinely conservative person and I think it’s extremely important to make it clear that not everybody in the GOP hates Hispanics. I saw a GOP candidate send two Hispanic women out of his fundraising meeting in tears. These were well-dressed women from Miami who, judging by their accents, were American born and brought up, but had Spanish last names and dark hair - and he launched into a tirade against Hispanics, something he would never have done discussing blacks, Chinese or any other group.
We need to get a grip on this.
If I’m not mistaken, it was Bush’s Nephew that went down into Mexico and campaigned for Bush when he was running for election...
“The Hispanic Republicans of Texas...”
So no one, no one at all, will have a problem if I launch a group:
“European Conservatives of Missouri”
Huh? Why MEXICO? Never mind....I guess that’s just where they could get to America’s future voters first before the Democrats had time to persuade them.....
Sure, why bother attracting people with the same principles and convictions when you can race pander? Can the GOP explain to me how we defeat the rats by becoming them?
Those poor victims.... Could I see a link to that?
I kid you not.
How about who stands for AMERICA?
Here’s a novel idea - how about the GOP get intelligent and honest Americans on the ballot and not pander to racists?