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Saturday, 9 June 2012

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Romney es amiga?

Tuscon, Az- "Yo no tengo guacamole, yo is sad." said Romney to blank stares from the Latino Chamber of Commerce in Tuscon, Arizona.

"Is he speaking Spanish?" asked Frederico Gomez, father of a local Catholic Church. "No," said his friend Carlos Escabar, "It is gringo speak."

"I Quiera ser tu mejor amiga, mejor que Obama gay. Obama mala, Romney buena," continued Romoney.

"Now he's speaking Spanish," said Carlos, "He's insulting our intelligence, but at least he does it in our language. Now here comes the main part of his speech. You can tell because he will read this part from a paper."

"Creo que las mascotas chia nuestro maravilloso. Le chia a nuestros hijos en Navidad. Me gusta el arroz español. Creo que deberíamos construir una enorme forma alta Interestatal desde México a Argentina. Me gusta tacos, me gusta la forma en que ustedes cortar mi patio. Me gusta a nuestra niñera mexicana."

(Translation: I love chia pets. I love to give chia pets to my children at Christmas. I love Mexican food. I think we should build a huge interstate highway from Mexico to Argentina. I love Tacos, I love the way you guys mow my yard. I love my Mexican Nanny.

"I think we should shoot him here," said Frederico.

As the head of the Chamber of Commerce politely thanked Mitt Romney,it remains unclear as to whether or not he has connected with Latino American voter. One could say it is questionable at best.

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