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-- -- thank you very much I gotta get down to our Rick Sanchez now folks he's Latino contribute a full.
Rick's thoughts on something we were talking about it earlier the Republican -- Learning the lessons -- of the last election and perhaps he has before that on issues like immigration Rick you have some faults on whether -- learning quickly enough.
They're not they're obviously not at its frustrating you -- really thought.
-- after losing the last election and only getting.
Of the Latino vote which was down from 33%.
For McCain and 44%.
From bush that they'd say.
Like an alcoholic needs to hit rock bottom before he moves -- decides to change.
The Republicans I guess need to hit rock bottom I guess point 7% still -- rock bottom for a because they're basically play -- around the edges with this topic I mean just forgot the optics of some of the things we've been seeing lately -- -- House Republicans that have been meeting now apparently for four years try to figure out the immigration debate put.
They haven't been willing to come out and talk about it almost like they're afraid to they're ashamed -- they're scared.
There's a story in the New York Times recently about Dick -- 5:30 in the morning.
Dick Durbin a Democrat from Illinois right.
Going to Marco Rubio a Hispanic from Miami.
And Dick Durbin has to go to him at 5:30 in the morning secretly whispered as you're not how he wants to get him on ward so maybe they can together work on an immigration deal -- Optics of that -- job but.
Look Republicans need to get on board this train.
And drive the train them so that they can push up the numbers that they will reap from a group of people who are very much like that much.
Pro family pro work ethic pro religion the whole nine yards stop.
Beating around the bush jumped in not just a total not a foot include a whole body.
What why don't why they don't moving quicker what's your thoughts on that.
We can always.
The Tea Party.
The Tea Party guys like god you know they're afraid of of the GM brewers they're afraid of the Arpaio is they're afraid of the the bidders in Louisiana those sessions in Alabama who come out and criticize them for those.
But you see when you believe in something and when you know that from a political strategy standpoint it also makes sense not to mention it's the right thing to do.
Well then you need to man -- you need to stand up like a man and say no guys you're wrong we're moving forward and we're moving a 100%.
If you're -- don't believe that then then didn't stand a little somewhere don't make a decision and you know people who stay in the little lever eventually get.
Nothing they'll get -- though the though they won't get them.
They won't get the blame.
And they won't get the credit they'll get nothing so choose your poison Republicans that's my point down in the middle of the street you get Rondo left Rick Sanchez thank you very much if Rick's face isn't -- -- Latino dot com right now.
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