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Cuban-American Vote Explains Everything

Sailorman2012 Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 5:05 PM
WRONG.... Think about this, if so many rich Cubans left, then that shoots down the argument that it was a bad place to live since there were so many RICH people. First of all, nobody really left right before Castro. The exile came AFTER Castro. There were different waves. The first on January 1959, right after Castro took over and started executing people. These were mostly members of the Batista gov, and yes, many business people but not all. Then we had the Camarioca wave in the early sixties where after the Bay of Pigs and the takeover of Cuban businesses by the goverment. The started with the larger plantations and worked their way down until ALL private property was made illegal. By the way, most of the large sugar mills
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.