COMEDY CENTRAL’S STEPHEN COLBERT GIVES ROMNEY ADVICE: “APPEAL 2 VOTERS – SPECIFICALLY, ONE KEY DEMOGRAFICO!”

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Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has a well-documentedLatino Problem.”

photo source: Comedy Central COLBERT MAKES FUN OF THE ETCH A SKETCH REMARK MADE BY ROMNEY'S TEAM

The former Massachusetts governor‘s positions on key issues—illegal immigration policy, deportation practices—have reportedly alienated many Latino votersAccording to a recent Fox News Latino poll, Pres. Obama has the backing of a whopping 70% of Latino voters, while Gov. Romney nabs just 14%. Fortunately for Romney, Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert knows how to fix the candidate’s “Latino Problem” as the general election heats up. “I believe that Romney’s got a shot because of his Hispanic roots that run deep,” Colbert said.

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The late-night host reminded viewers that Romney’s great-grandfather and grandfather lived in Mexico, and his father was born there—”with young Mitt strapped to the roof of his car,” Colbert quipped, referencing the semi-scandal that has “dogged” Romney throughout the GOP primary race.

“Back in 1885, Mitt’s great-grandfather—Miles Park Romney—emigrated to Mexico to escape religious persecution of Mormons. Sadly, the U.S. government simply would not leave Mr. Romney and his wife, and his wife, and his wife, and his wife, and his wife alone!”

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According to Colbert, Romney has a chance to score Latino support by playing up his heritage—and rolling out an advertisement produced by Colbert’s very own Super PAC.

(In other news, that particular running-gag helped earned Colbert and his writing staff nab a coveted Peabody Award on Wednesday).

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REPUBLICANS DISSING THEIR BASE
CNN HOST: Is there a concern that Santorum and Gingrich might force the governor to tack so far to the right it would hurt him with moderate voters in the general election.
FEHRNSTROM: Well, I think you hit a reset button for the fall campaign. Everything changes. It’s almost like an Etch A Sketch. You can kind of shake it up and restart all of over again.

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Comments

  1. Worldsinmind says:

    Latinos would be wise to look at what Obama will cost them if he gets another term. The electric rates are rising because he’s killing coal (also its jobs), gas prices are going up (hurting jobs) because of the oil pipeline, he’s adding trillions to the debt-AND it will hurt everyone- not just low income. Immigration is going to get sorted out no matter who gets in office, but I’d rather have a country with jobs to immigrate to –than a country kissing the fannies in the middle east and turning into Greece.

    • Thank you for your input as I believe the only way Latinos will get more engaged is if they listen to everyone’s point of view. Therefore, thank you for sharing 🙂 God bless and make it a fabulous day!

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