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As a new ad congress and -- fair from the Romney campaign.
Aimed at the Latino community.
The -- is called dismal and in -- they talk about increases in terms of Hispanic unemployment.
Foreclosure rates under the Obama administration.
Again the idea is to appeal to Hispanics to say you know what -- Obama has not helped how do you deal with that line of attack.
Well wolf first make clear that it's inaccurate because the unemployment rate has dropped for Latinos since the president's command since the height of that.
Bush recession where the president took over.
The White House and we were as you know were in the depths of this black hole but what's -- -- about this so called Republican add to the Latino community.
It's a web that.
There it I think the Romney campaign in mr.
Romney himself a bit invested with about thirteen 151000 dollar showing that he knows how much they care.
Word just this past -- We yesterday in the election in Wisconsin.
The Republicans invested more than fifty million dollars to help.
Republican Governor Walker.
Beat out his -- opponents in this recall election so here -- -- it has been fifty million dollars.
On one Republican candidate.
And they're willing to spend thirteen thousand dollars to appeal to a whole population of over fifty million Americans and Latino descent to try to let them know that.
Mitt Romney cares about them so I think it's become clear where and how people the Romney campaign mr.
-- thinks about Latinos he's an investor.
And for him debt invest such a tiny fraction of his campaign many to reach out to -- I think is a clear sign he doesn't think too much about Latinos.
Where do you think that fit you don't think there's more to come and I would suspect that there is more to come because they understand the importance.
Of the Latino vote for the Romney campaign.
People want hi I'm sure they'll be more to come but -- it's more of the same -- -- we've seen.
Where Mitt Romney says he's against the DREAM -- He's against comprehensive immigration reform.
Where he says he's he's for allowing classroom size to increase which would affect obviously a lot of Latino families who have the kids in public schools.
Where he's talking about the fact that the there's no need -- congress to make any further push where he's saying he's for.
Romney budget which would essentially end Medicare as we know it which would got a lot of -- services that help a lot of middle class and hard working for a class families.
I think he sent a lot of messages to Latinos about where he stands I'm sure he'll do more but if it's going to be more of the same.
Then I can't imagine that the polls are gonna get any better for him over the next several months but we'll see maybe he'll really make an investment in north to the community but so far.
He has addressed Latinos last week he addressed Latino business people not one word about immigration -- -- how he did tends to reconcile his.
Anti immigrant statements in the past with what he really wants to do this past week in this ad that he put out not a single mention of immigration and the need to try to reform it something.
Very much on the minds of Latinos but throughout this country who really believe that whether there -- citizen or not.
It's time to make the immigration system work for every one.
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