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Latinos set to toast tequila to Trump

SP33Demon

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http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/economy-budget/314233-many-latinos-eager-for-trump-to-jump-start-economy

Solid article written by one of the 29% of Latinos who voted Trump.
Remember, too, that Latinos are feeling the sharp pain of economic adversity that Trump has convincingly promised to change.

Remember also that one of the great economic beacons of hope for Hispanic Americans is small-business ownership, which is in precipitous decline in this country. Most traditional politicians have done nothing but pay lip service to small-business growth for a generation or more.

Finally, recall that Hispanic parents, like all American parents, want to be empowered to make the choice of sending their children to the best schools possible.

Our inauguration celebration will not just honor the new commander in chief, but the peaceful transfer of power, which is always an incredible moment in this country. Those of us most in touch with our immigrant roots may appreciate this on a deeper level.
This guy gets it, he knew that another 4-8 years of the same BS was going to continue to hurt Hispanics here. Sadly, 71% of Hispanics drank the Kool Aid but they'll come around once the money starts flowing.
 

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Lifer
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Oh so only 71% didn't vote for Trump? A triumph.

And Trump doesnt know anything about small biz, he inherited all his wealth from daddy 40+ years ago.
 

Commodus

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Not exactly an objective source of information. And besides, just because you feel that Obama's strategies weren't working doesn't mean that his replacement actually knows what he's doing.

Let's see how Hector feels a year or two from now, when we have evidence, rather than trusting his hunch (and it's nothing more than a hunch) that Divine Leader Trump will fix everything for everyone.
 
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MongGrel

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http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/economy-budget/314233-many-latinos-eager-for-trump-to-jump-start-economy

Solid article written by one of the 29% of Latinos who voted Trump.


This guy gets it, he knew that another 4-8 years of the same BS was going to continue to hurt Hispanics here. Sadly, 71% of Hispanics drank the Kool Aid but they'll come around once the money starts flowing.
I'm guessing the money flowing thing was just coincidence, you've never been accused of being sharp of wit. ;)

 

Mxylplyx

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http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/economy-budget/314233-many-latinos-eager-for-trump-to-jump-start-economy

Solid article written by one of the 29% of Latinos who voted Trump.


This guy gets it, he knew that another 4-8 years of the same BS was going to continue to hurt Hispanics here. Sadly, 71% of Hispanics drank the Kool Aid but they'll come around once the money starts flowing.
I suspect in 4 years, if trump even makes it that long, once we have hard data that shows Trump delivered jack shit to these people and others, you will just dismiss it as fake numbers.
 

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