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June 5, 2012

Romney Campaign Reaches Out to Hispanic Business Owners

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Mitt Romney will hold an campaign event in Fort Worth, Texas today to emphasize how the current economy is affecting Hispanic business owners. His campaign has also released a new web video, "Dismal," on the theme of Hispanic unemployment in the Obama era (h/t - Katrina Trinko):

The Obama campaign recently released a Spanish-language web ad asserting that "we're on the right path." Mitt Romney disagrees and believes that rising unemployment and more Hispanics in poverty is not the "right path" for our country. America can do better and, with Mitt Romney as president, we will.
As Marco Rubio said just a few days ago: "Adonde estan los trabajos, Señor President?" (Where are the jobs, Mr. President?):
... the Hispanic community could be fairing the worst of all the key voting demographics.

... Apparently, President Obama's 'Esperanza and Cambio' (Espanol for Hope and Change) has failed all Americans, more so the Hispanic community.

Related: Hispanics And The Obama Record (Under Obama's Watch, The Unemployment Rate For Hispanics Has Remained Above 11 Percent For 32 Straight Month, The Longest Streak On Record.)

Posted by Hyscience at June 5, 2012 10:41 AM

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