La Bamba’ actor expects Romney ‘in a photo op outside a taco stand’
A actor and activist who is famous for his role in the 1987 film “La Bamba” on Sunday said that Mitt Romney has begun pandering to Hispanic voters now that he has become the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
“We call that Hispandering,” Esai Morales told CBS News’ John Dickerson in a recent interview. “The problem is that, you know, with Romney, he’s says his grandparents or his father was born in Mexico. I surprised I’m not seeing him in a photo op outside of a taco stand.”
“But I’m in the middle on this one,” he added. “I was looking forward to a lot more immigration reform from our current president. I supported him.”
“Remember what you promised us,” Morales advised President Barack Obama. “Be true to yourself because every time you don’t, you give the opposition a lot of ammunition to say, you know, where’s that change that was promised?”