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Yet another Hillary landslide on the way: this time, in Puerto Rico!

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Hillary Clinton leads Barack Obama by 51 percent to 38 percent with 8 percent saying they'd vote for neither and 3 per cent undecided, according to a poll conducted for the newspaper El Vocero and Univision. If Puerto Rican voters were allowed to cast ballots in the general election, they'd vote for the Democrat over John McCain by 72 percent to 10 percent.

http://blogs.cqpolitics.com/polltracker/20...-in-puerto.html


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boricuas can't vote? even if they're owned by AMerica?


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boricuas can't vote? even if they're owned by AMerica?

Funny ain't it?

They can't vote in the General. The Dem party allows them to participate in their party primary, however.

They are also exempt from the Federal income tax.

With higher, obligatory import tariff scales in its place for products to reach the island from the US.


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Don't they always vote statehood and independence down? I'm not sure they have a problem with the status quo, based on that.

Yeah... they know that after decades of having half the population living in poverty on the continent, that statehood is not a panacea for what they want, nor will Washington approve Puerto Rican statehood, and in the same time frame you've had decades of fear mongering and actual political persecution of pro-independence movements, so the status quo is usually the only winner by any majority. In the end its usually who can maintain the colony looking cutest for tourism from the mainland to comment how nice it is.


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Don't they always vote statehood and independence down? I'm not sure they have a problem with the status quo, based on that.

Yeah... they know that after decades of having half the population living in poverty on the continent, that statehood is not a panacea for what they want, nor will Washington approve Puerto Rican statehood, and in the same time frame you've had decades of fear mongering and actual political persecution of pro-independence movements, so the status quo is usually the only winner by any majority. In the end its usually who can maintain the colony looking cutest for tourism from the mainland to comment how nice it is.

I see. Thanks for your perspective.


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They can't vote in the General. The Dem party allows them to participate in their party primary, however.

That's just cracked... :blink:


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