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Wed Oct 24, 2012, 07:53 PM

Obama endorsed by country’s largest Spanish-language newspaper (La Opinion)

10/24/2012

President Barack Obama picked up the endorsement of the country’s largest Spanish-language newspaper Tuesday.

The endorsement from Los Angeles-based La Opinión isn’t surprising, given the gaping lead Obama has enjoyed among Latinos for the duration of the campaign. But rather than striking at what is widely regarded as Mitt Romney’s greatest weakness among Latino voters -- immigration -- the editorial explaining the endorsement takes issue with the GOP hopeful’s economic pitch.

“Come Nov. 6, there is no clearer choice for Hispanic voters than to re-elect President Barack Obama,” the editorial, which was published in both English and Spanish, reads. “The president's vision is inclusive, forward-looking and promotes growth without leaving people behind. The former governor's vision is divisive and his proposals are the same that have led to a huge wealth gap."

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TroyD Oct 2012 OP
struggle4progress Oct 2012 #1
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Response to TroyD (Original post)

Wed Oct 24, 2012, 09:53 PM

1. Hay que reelegir a Obama

POR: Editorial de La Opinión | 09:46 am | 10/23/2012 | La Opinión
El mandatario presenta una mejor visión del futuro para todos en EEUU

... El Presidente reconoce las necesidades de nuestra comunidad y la excelencia de los hijos e hijas que hemos contribuido a este país. El nombramiento histórico de la jueza Sonia Sotomayor a la Suprema Corte es el ejemplo más claro.

Obama se merece un segundo período. Pagaremos un precio muy alto si no le damos nuestro voto.

En 2008, la gran mayoría de los hispanos dio su apoyo al senador Obama para que se convirtiera en presidente. Mucho de este apoyo se basaba en la promesa de que lograría una reforma migratoria significativa y humanitaria. Hemos sentido una gran desilusión por esta promesa incumplida. Pero también reconocemos que los republicanos hicieron de todo, menos ayudar a resolver esta situación. Y continuamos creyendo que esta reforma tiene mayor probabilidad de ocurrir bajo la presidencia de Obama que de una Administración Romney ...

Obama tiene el talento, la visión y la experiencia que augura cosas buenas no solo para los latinos, sino también para el futuro de nuestro país.

http://www.laopinion.com/Article/20121023/IMPORT02/121029824

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Wed Oct 24, 2012, 09:56 PM

2. "Not surprising"..but so MUCH Appreciated!

The Money Quote..

“Come Nov. 6, there is no clearer choice for Hispanic voters than to re-elect President Barack Obama,” the editorial, which was published in both English and Spanish, reads. “The president's vision is inclusive, forward-looking and promotes growth without leaving people behind. The former governor's vision is divisive and his proposals are the same that have led to a huge wealth gap."


Thanks TroyD

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Wed Oct 24, 2012, 09:57 PM

3. Great news!

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