Candidate Jorge Bonilla: To Win in 2014, Republicans Need To Include Hispanics, Not Reach Out To Them

Jorge Bonilla, a US Marine and Desert Storm veteran, is a GOP candidate for Congress in Florida running against controversial Liberal Alan Grayson.

Bonilla recently offered this advice to the Republican Party.
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Finally someone is saying what needed to be said about this phony notion of “Hispanic Outreach.” Jorge Bonilla, who is running for Congress in Florida’s 9th Congressional district against Democratic Congressman Alan Grayson, just posted a video on his website, in which he address “Hispanic Outreach.”

Here is what is posted on the Bonilla for Congress website:

During the Solivita Republican Club’s annual winter dinner in Polk County, Florida, in which Republican Congressional candidate, Jorge Bonilla, gave the keynote address, he was asked what he would do about reaching out to the growing Hispanic voting bloc during the Q & A portion of program. Here is Bonilla answer to the question:

“I no longer use the term “Hispanic outreach,” in anything related to my campaign. We talk about inclusion.

We remind individuals that the reason we came to America is because something back home wasn’t working.” –Jorge Bonilla

Jorge Bonilla is running against far left loudmouth Alan Grayson in Florida.
You can donate to his campaign here.

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