You did know Ted Cruz is Hispanic, and Marco Rubio is also Hispanic. and American.
Some don’t because neither display it on their slevels, afterall they aren’t Democrats. Just looking for a handout.
A week after Thanksgiving, Senator-elect Ted Cruz will make his second trip to Washington since being elected to replace Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.
Last time, the Houston Republican flew up for freshman orientation. This time, he’s the star of a political show.
On Thursday, Nov. 29, Cruz will be headlining American Principles Projects’s (APP) first annual ‘Red, White and Blue” gala.
APP is a non-profit organization focused on “preserving and propagating the fundamental principles on which our country was founded.” Its Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles initiative has been actively lobbying Republicans to support “free-market solutions” to immigration, and engage Latinos on entrepreneurship and social issues such as abortion and traditional marriage.
Frank Cannon, president of the APP, referred to Cruz as a “champion of Constitutional principles who will help guide us back to winning ideas.”
Cruz, one of the 2012 up-and-coming stars of the Republican Party, has been outspoken about his belief that the Latino community is a profoundly conservative community.
However, Republicans have a lot of work to do to close the Latino vote gap, considering that on Nov. 6, President Barack Obama beat the Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney 71 to 27 among Latino voters.
The freeloaders will need to go elsewhere.