Friday, May 1, 2015

Prostitutes In Suits

By Chris Rossini

It's pretty clear that latinos are big target for Republicans in the next election. The Koch brothers are doing their catering, and others like Jeb Bush wants to take latino superstar singer Pitbull to a baseball game.

As a matter of fact, Pitbull has more than one Republican street walker on his tail:
Sen. Marco Rubio, another Republican presidential contender, has said he's on a first-name basis with him [Pitbull] and likes his music. And Florida Gov. Rick Scott recently declared his birthday, Jan. 15, "Pitbull Day," and has given him the keys to Miami.
Are the prostitutes in suits enamored with Pitbull's dance moves? His cool shades? Of course not:
Pitbull commands a veritable army of Latino fans, many of them also Cuban-American...

And that voting bloc could be pivotal in swing-state Florida, both in tough gubernatorial races like Scott's last year, and competitive presidential contests like that expected in 2016. A Pitbull endorsement could mean more for a candidate than the backing of the billionaire Koch brothers.
Pitbull...Here are some words of wisdom from Ron Paul:
“When one gets in bed with government, one must expect the diseases it spreads.”
Send 'em back to their street corners.

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