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Most of South Florida's Latino establishment went overwhelmingly for John McCain.
Effectively ending Mitt Romney's first strive for the Oval Office.
But -- specific they are let you know as they are lining up this time he's great.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- But saying that Spanish language can get an old dogs now searching for votes you can Gingrich -- to change history of selection facts speak for themselves.
Victorious in South Carolina but brilliant Florida new.
Big headway in trying to win the hearts and votes of the key Hispanic Republican voting bloc in the sunshine state.
This tough stance against bilingual education and his characterization.
Of Spanish as the ghetto language.
Still -- was attacking Mitt Romney at the most aggressively anti immigration candidate it's rock.
Is there I think it's a Mitt Romney is a government that he's from the state and similar to Kennedy is the most anti immigrant candidate.
The Latino smackdown took center stage at Thursday's rough and tumble debate.
speaker I'm not anti immigrant my father was born in Mexico my wife's father was born in Wales they came to this country the idea that I'm anti immigrant is repulsive.
Gingrich yanked the -- after the Tea Party favorite Latino senator Marco Rubio complained that it was quote inaccurate and inflammatory.
Florida congresswoman Ileana Ross -- We are going to be the.
Deciding factor because.
Our percentage is higher.
Then the national average and we are enthusiastic voters what do you think of what's going on the campaign so far we have a lively debate we have.
A heated primaries they say terrible things to one another that's democracy.
Gingrich pulled the end when he hasn't retracted its -- It's.
What -- a couple of -- ideal so the partition for the eleven million movement and immigrants in this class.
We'll or -- the progress I just.
Romney's campaign and associated -- has spent a fortune -- as a leading up to Tuesday's vote.
Including one spot featuring his -- speaking in Spanish and about liberty and opportunity that we caught up with Clinton running at a popular Cuban restaurant -- side.
So take it out -- this whole give and take about.
Your dad being anti immigration and other strikes he's taking them from Gingrich -- -- put it up.
You know I think my dad put it best last night at -- said it was ridiculous -- something along those lines the United Center.
He he even -- -- -- that this country was founded on illegal immigration he loves me that he wasn't sure that legal immigration protected my -- stuff is illegal immigration.
Well immigration has become a major issue in the Republican primary debate.
It is not the only issue according to politicians -- Florida.
Most Hispanics are more concerned about jobs then immigration.
I think everybody wants to make sure immigration policies are fair everybody wants to be fair no one wants anybody to be discriminating kids.
But the biggest issue for every family in Florida -- here Hispanic or not is a job would I suggest and all the candidates.
This talk about how they're gonna be a partner was what we're doing sort of how they're going to help and help us -- jobs here just we want.
Today -- American citizens.
Friday congresswoman -- can engage with.
Keynote address swearing in 87 new US citizens the majority from Latino countries.
One of many.
Important topics but we'll not be the deciding factor here -- really anywhere else.
So help me god.
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