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Targeting Florida's Spanish-Speaking Vote

Peter Hauck

Rudy Giuliani -- "Un Plan"

Mitt Romney -- "Mi Padre"

By Ed O'Keefe |  January 22, 2008; 10:19 AM ET Ad Watch , Mitt Romney , Rudy Giuliani
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I am most impressed with Mitt Romney. He now speaks 2 languages Spanish and French. French would come in quite handy for our relations with France. France usually hates us when we go to their country and speak english. Could you imagine the French president being impressed? He is te financial leader we need. Yes there are many issues that are bothering America but the 2 that he stands strong is immigration. He will be tough and not sell out our country like McCain. I like Hispanics but I do not like the ones that are not asimilatng but instead pressing their language and culture down our small town throats! He also knows how to run things. He can't fix everything in Wshington but he shoud be able to help America out finacially keeping taxes low. Not to mention he's still young and quite handsome

Posted by: A Rigbyluv | January 22, 2008 4:46 PM

IN ALL THE COMMENTS DIRECTED AT THE CAMPAGN
NO ONE HAS SAID ANYTHING ABOUT HANDLING ALL
THE ILLEGAL ALIENS AFFECTING THIS COUNTRY.
IT IS THE MOST CONCERNING THING IN OUR
COUNTRY TODAY. ARE WE JUST GOING TO TURN
OUR BACKS AND ALLOW THEM TO TAKE OVER?
WE MUST HAVE A PLAN OR THEY WILL OWN US.
SURELY SOME PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE HAS AN
IDEA.

Posted by: Clyde Dooley | January 22, 2008 10:32 PM

Hi everyone, I have seen many presidential candidates over the years and no one moves me for a brighter future than Mitt Romney. Out with the old in with the outside Washington candidates to change Washington and fight for all Americans. The choice is crystal clear vote Mitt Romney! Everyone have a great day!

Posted by: BN | January 28, 2008 12:26 AM

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