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LatinoTalk Texas 2014, 0030 Latino influence in this and upcoming elections

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LatinoTalk Texas is America's ONLY daily independent political analysis for the Latino Perspective! On today's show, I read some articles concerning the potential for Jeb Bush, a favorite among many Latinos, to run for the Republican Presidential nomination.  However, I continue to remind how the very qualities that make me and other Latinos like Jeb Bush are also the same things that make Tea party types hate him.  I discuss the dynamics of the Tea party grip on the Republican Party's metaphorical throat and how that will control the next set of presidential elections.  Following on that I discuss the New Mexico Governor race involving Susana Martinez who is the nation's first elected Latina Governor.  A loft accomplishment, no doubt but she has done some anti-Latino things in her state to satisfy the Tea party's anti-Latino agenda.  She could be nominated for Vice President if either Jeb Bush or even a Tea Party type like Rand Paul wins the nomination for President.  I'm not sure if the latter would actually be good for Latinos.  Later, I discuss some case studies of the actual sorrow and suffering imposed by Obama's harsh deportation policies which he could have changed years ago but he lied, lied and lied about it all much to the detriment of Latinos in America.  Finally, I discuss a commentary by Pope Francis about the attack on the sacrament and institution of marriage.  I couch that discussion in the larger context of the battle between the Culture of Life and the Culture of Death which benefits from destruction of marriage, the very foundation of the Culture of Life.  

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