Friday, July 17, 2015

 
WILL REPUBLICAN RADICALISM PUT TEXAS IN PLAY FOR 2016

It is a foregone conclusion at this point the Republican candidate for president will receive all 38 Electoral votes which will be cast for Texas, in the presidential race. BUT COULD THE RADICAL VIEWS OF REPUBLICANS CHANGE THIS?

Republicans are on the wrong side of marriage equality.  According to this poll they are also on the wrong side of race.

"And in this specific poll, that’s not all. Consider this question Fox asked respondents:
“Recently, presidential candidate Donald Trump called for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. He said Mexico is quote, ‘sending people that have lots of problems…. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.’ Setting aside how Trump worded his comments, do you think he’s basically right on this, or not?”
A total of 70% of Republican voters said they believe Trump’s racially charged rhetoric is correct. That’s not a typo – seven in 10.
 
There are some ugly attitudes that have pushed Trump to the top of the crowded GOP field, and Republican officials have to come to terms with that."
 
 
Anyone running as a Republican in Cameron county is wasting their time and money.
 
Independent Latinos will not sit back and listen to this nonsense.  Soft Republican Latinos may just stay home rather than vote Republican.  God, the Trump factor gets better and better every day.

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