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Published: Friday, Oct. 19 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Glen in the Bronx
Bronx, NY

It would be nice if we could have a national election in which religion stays out of the mix (but that would be too "European" now, wouldn't it?)

Cedar Hills, UT

take away the hand outs and the amnesty and then see how they vote

Grandma Char
Kaysville, UT

I believe we in America are in trouble as more Latinos flood this nation. America is a place of opportunity, not handouts (at least that is what it should be). If people come here looking to be taken care of, they will be the end of our republic. If, however, they come here looking for opportunity to take care of themselves, those people, we want. They will vote conservative.

It's time history is correctly taught in this country! We have had enough economic ups and downs now that we know that lower taxes and free market principles help to make the U.S. rich and powerful. When the U.S. is at her best, she keeps the whole world in check.

Clearfield, UT

Patriot Comments like yours are the reason Hispanics don't vote Republican. Don't blame them for voting democratic

Salt Lake City, UT


Patriot is right, and you are wrong. The research cited in the article bears it out. The Latino culture in America is, by and large -- and by their own choice (not because of skin color) -- different from American culture, and has a different set of values, one that is hostile to this country and its Constitution. For example, most Latinos in this country are opposed to the enforcement of immigration law.

Mcallen, TX

Isn't the reason Latinos are here, -is because they put in corrupt leaders from the country they left?

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