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ANUNCIO POLÉMICO : Maria Conchita Alonso Criticada por Apoyar a un Candidato Antiinmigrante Tim Donnelly

by Bob Quasius Desde Newsbreaker en español: La propaganda de Tim Donnelly, que es muy insultando a los hispanos.

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¿Boehner le tiene miedo a el Tea Party?

En “¿Verdad o Mentira? Dic.3.2013″ de Noticias Mundo Fox, Pablo Carvajal Valdes (NC Cafe Con Leche Republicans) y Ben Monterroso – Director ejecutivo de mi familia vota:

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“¿Verdad o Mentira?” – Truth or Lies on Immigration Reform

Cafe Con Leche Republicans Florida leader Manny Fernandez debates Arnulfo de la Cruz of Mi Familia Vota on immigration reform on Noticias Mundo Fox in Spanish on Mundo Fox. Enjoy!

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In Chris Christie’s re-election, Republicans see blueprint for Latino support

From NBCLatino, by Sandra Lilley and Suzanne Gamboa : “Following Christie’s win Monday night, Bob Quasius, founder and president of Cafe Con Leche Republicans, formerly of New Jersey, stated “Chris Christie ran a strong campaign that stressed Reagan’s big tent, particularly among Latinos, and tonight’s resounding victory underscores the importance. Chris Christie has demonstrated that Republicans can win the […]

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Conservative Hispanic Groups Targeted in IRS Scandal

From Fox News Latino news story “Conservative Hispanic Groups Targeted in IRS Scandal“: The revelations also spurred calls for investigations into the practices of the administration of President Barack Obama and allegations of a potential cover-up operation. “It’s an abuse of power and it smells of Watergate,” said Bob Quasius, the president of the conservative […]

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Gobernadores republicanos reclutarán a hispanos

Associated Press, por Por Russell Contreras Los que apoyan el movimiento lo conciben como una oportunidad para reformar al Partido Republicano. “Esto es algo bueno y una grandiosa manera de dar nueva forma al Partido Republicano”, declaró Bob Quasius, fundador de Republicanos Café con Leche, un grupo de Minnesota que trabaja para que el partido […]

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Immigration on the table for 2013, Obama must take the lead

From San Diego La Prensa (original link) and LatinaLista.com (original link) Café con Leche Republicans, an organization that pushes for conservative GOP values agree. Its president Bob Quasius said that a reform could be reached only if Obama took steps to “mend the demagoguery that hindered progress” during his first term. “Obama needs to make […]

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Liberty Republicans offer immigration plan with Hispanic support

From Washington Times – original link WASHINGTON, DC, February 14, 2013 ― Everyone has an opinion on immigration. While the media spin a simple narrative of where the two major political parties stand on the issue, the reality is much more complex. This week the complexity of the issue was illuminated as Republican voices from […]

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NM Gov. Martinez, Nevada Gov. Sandoval head GOP effort to recruit minority candidates

This article from the Associated Press appeared in dozens of newspapers and media outlets. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Republican leaders are launching an effort led by Hispanic governors in New Mexico and Nevada in an attempt to make up ground with Latino voters who have largely turned away from the GOP. The nation’s only Hispanic governors […]

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Conservative Latino Group Trashes Ann Coulter’s ‘Ignorance’ And ‘Shameful,’ ‘Inflammatory Rhetoric’

by Anjali Sareen at Mediaite – original link Bob Quasius, president of the Latino group, criticizes Coulter for her shoddy research, saying, “The ‘facts’ Ann Coulter cites are either blatantly untrue, or she cherry picks facts in isolation of other relevant factors.” Quasius goes on to call Coulter’s piece “libel of Latino family values.” He […]

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