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Cuban-American Vote Explains Everything

chipsmydog Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 12:09 AM
Your comment is rife with ignorance and subterfuge. Once you decide to play the race card at every opportunity, your credibility is shot. By rejecting out of hand very reasonable arguments for a basis for beliefs and mind set, you had better come up with something even more resounding. You obviously can only offer outrageous, unfounded accusations to divert attention from the reasonable observations about the effects of American media and public education on a particular group. Why is it that liberals can not tolerate scrutiny or criticism?
ThefingerNoz Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 10:16 AM
Chips - I am happy to debate the content of this article, you response to my comment and the premises behind each. I read some of the other comments you made at the same time as this one and I think I understand your perspective. I am more than tolerant of it and invite real criticism. So if you come back and respond to this post I will engage you on this. Before I do i would like you assurance that actually read the comments to this column and your assurance that if I ask you a question you will actually answer it. I had a dog named chips once. A springer. Nice dog.
If you want to understand why President Obama was re-elected despite a largely unsuccessful presidency and almost unprecedentedly high and continuous unemployment, just look at the Cuban-American vote.

In fact, if you want to understand America today -- specifically, why it is in decline -- just look at the Cuban-American vote.

As reported in the Wall Street Journal, "The president captured 48 percent of the Cuban-American vote in Florida -- a record high for a Democrat."

Democratic presidential nominees went from 25 percent of the Cuban-American vote in 2000, to 29 percent in 2004, to 35 percent in 2008 to 48 percent on 2012.