Feb 4, 2013

Influence-Flush U.S. Latinos Must 'Exploit Unprecedented Moment' (El Universal, Mexico)

"The 2012 Latino vote is a juncture of unprecedented importance that could lose its novelty on the public agenda. ... Another unexpected event may occur that quickly causes U.S. people to close off the possibility of an 'amnesty' for illegal immigrants. The best course would be to exploit the current situation. ... With these new favorable winds, it's time for Hispanic civic organizations and nationals in general, to come out of the shadows."

Mexico - El Universal - Original Article (Spanish)
Translated By Miguel Gutierrez for worldmeet.us 
 January 22, 2013

When President of the United States Barack Hussein Obama won re-election this past November 6, he said in his victory speech: "Tonight you voted for action ... to meet the challenges we can only solve together - reducing our deficit, reforming out tax code, fixing our immigration system, freeing ourselves from foreign oil. We’ve got more work to do."

Two months have passed and the Congress of the United States is embroiled in talks over the budget, taxes, and more recently gun control, but there's no sign yet of the migration issue. It is too early to predict another four years of inaction on the subject. Still, Mexico and its citizens living in the United States cannot afford to let the issue pass for another time. The 2012 Latino vote is a juncture of unprecedented importance that could lose its novelty on the public agenda.  Read more. 








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