Vaya con Dios, pendejo: Obama’s support among Hispanics down to 44%

by editor on August 23, 2011

That sound you just heard is Hispanic support for Obama crashing through the floor.

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Awwww, Hispanic voters are deserting Obama

CNS has details of the latest Gallup poll:

In the same week that Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced that her department was going to review the cases of 300,000 illegal aliens in deportation proceedings and allow “low priority” cases to stay in the country and receive work permits — a move House Judiciary Chairman Lamar Smith called a “back door amnesty” — President Barack Obama’s approval dropped to an all-time low of 44 percent among Hispanics, according to Gallup polling data released today.

That is a drop of 41 points from the spring of 2009, when Obama’s approval among Hispanic Americans peaked at 85 percent (in the weeks that ended April 26, 2009 and May 17, 2009).

Obama’s approval among Hispanics dropped 5 points last week alone, falling from 49 percent in the week that ended Aug. 14 to its new low of 44 percent in the week that ended Aug. 21.

Down 41 points? That doesn’t sound like a poll, it sounds like the halftime score at a Los Angeles Clippers game.

Source: CNS News

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31 Comments on "Vaya con Dios, pendejo: Obama’s support among Hispanics down to 44%"

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Tesslea
Member

It is because his illegal voting base is going home to mexico… their unemployment rate is 7%, ours is much higher and rising. Sorry barry but it’s your own fault.

H_Tuttle
Member

Incompetence has no race.

Rene
Guest

There’s a lot we have to make up for in Mexico.
Read this for a real eye-opener on why so many fled to the US. from Ellen Brown’s Web of Debt:
THE TEQUILA TRAP:
THE REAL STORY BEHIND
THE ILLEGAL ALIEN INVASION
http://www.webofdebt.com/excerpts/chapter-22.php
The banksters and corporations and oil interests doing their dirty deeds.

likwidlizard
Guest

I respect the immigrants that come here legally and toil through their blood, sweat and tears and money to become legal Americans. I am proud to stand beside these people and I don’t mind helping them in their endeavers because they are now one of my fellow Americans. I became friends with several immigrants that were serving in our military during the Viet Nam war. We faught side by side in that war and we were brothers. They automatically became American citizens when they finish their tour. It’s sad that some of them were killed fighting for our government in that war. They gave their lives to become FREE American citizens. I honor them. I’ve yet to hear of an illegal immigrant making any sacrifices like this. They just want to rob/scam the American taxpayer and I’ve watched them laugh about it. That boils my blood.

Neo-7
Member

I remember in 2007 on C-span , hearing a Women’s Latina’s conference . A question was asked about the 3 to 1 ratio of latino men in prison versus latino men in college . Was there any idea’s about how this could be changed ? The latino women’s answer was , ” We’re trying to repel the 3 strikes you’re out law . ” Nothing about making strides in bettering their people. Just trying to get laws repelled against those that commit felonies.

The leadership’s view on the tradistional family is mostly outside the view that most latino’s families hold. Father / Mother / children = Families. Not the bastardised view being crammed down America’s throat.

At that point , I realized that the leadership was out of touch with their people. Promoting more and more lawlessness is never going to better anyone. Thankfully this is the leadership and I believe not the general view of those Hispanics that are actually trying to do things right.

martin
Guest

obama belives latinos will vote for him hes ded wrong comunist radical asshole

poppajoe49
Member

They are slapping everyone that made the effort to become citizens and assimilate into the culture.
My grandparents came here with their parents in the early part of the 20th century. They all learned the language and became citizens. It was the proudest day of their lives when they were naturalized. Too many people take citizenship for granted and the illegals are only proud when they get their government checks.

jukin
Guest

That’s better than the country as a whole thinks of 0. According to Gallup 0 is now 38/54. http://www.gallup.com/poll/113980/Gallup-Daily-Obama-Job-Approval.aspx

CaliforniaDave
Member

Doesn’t mean anything – they’re all raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacist.

/sarc

RockingHorseGuy
Member

A close friend of mine from Turkey, just completed the 5 years of countless appointments, education, and dollars flowing from her wallet to become a citizen.

I gave her a hug and congratulations. This administration gives her a hearty slap in the face.

KimmyQueen
Guest

She did the right thing nevertheless. She will never have to fear nor should she ever have to fear anyone nor anything and she has earned the right to b*tch and to complain and vote with her feet and her mouth. So has her children as they will be the ones greatest affected by what is being done right now.

RockingHorseGuy
Member

No, she’s quite proud of her accomplishment, as well she should be.

PsychoDad
Guest

Tell her thanks and welcome from me.

RockingHorseGuy
Member

I’ll pass on the welcomes. She’s a wonderful person all around.

Google Dilek, Turkish Dancer.

hardwurkindaddy
Member

Hey Editor!
Could you please fix the title? Its like that shiny thing that keeps everyone unfocused…

Ruben
Member

Muy bien!

mojo
Guest

“Via”? Really?

jukin
Guest

As Reagan said, “Latinos are republicans, they just don’t know it.”

Looks like 0 is working hard to educate our Hispanic brothers and sisters.

Not to beat a dead horse but all I have seen in the MSM is the poor polling of 0. [/sarc]

TXCowgirl
Guest

Yes, we are Republican, and those of us with sufficient education and common sense know it. But, of course, we have dumbasses too, who are Democrats and/or Liberals, just like American Democrats and Liberals.

KimmyQueen
Guest

I am not a registered Republican but in the last election for governor (and other things) overall I voted just for one Democrat and that was because he was more fiscally responsible than the Republican. Overall I Liberal/Democrat Party ideologies do not suit me nor call to me at all.

fred
Guest

Brief Spanish lesson: The title of this article should read “Vaya con Dios;” the latter word gets a capital D cuz it means God, after all.

MGAP
Member

Thank you, was about to post the same.

KimmyQueen
Guest

Yep.

mountainbiker21
Member

If “illegals” voted Republican, the democrats would have them deported to Antarctica.

redabogado
Member

This “culero” can’t understand that Hispanic voters don’t vote in a block just because a policy is favorable to Mexican immigration. Mexicans are just one portion of Hispanics and many of them went through the legal process of getting here, and are embarrassed as hell at those who reflect badly on what otherwise is a rightfully proud culture.

TXCowgirl
Guest

Exactly. This “cerote” is trying to appeal to the masses. The masses of “indios” with a family here and one “alla” who isn’t even eligble to vote but is happy to send tax-free money to support the one he has “alla”, and why not allow the U.S.A. to pass amnesty so the ones that he has “aqui” can get a free American education. The only explantion to something like this is, the “cerote” wants and is working his ass off to destroy the U.S.A.

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