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This is what The President told Latino leaders last night:

"Don’t forget who is standing with you.  You have every right to keep the heat on me and the Democrats, and I hope you do. That’s how our political process works, but don’t forget who is standing with you, and who is standing against you. Don’t ever believe that this election coming up doesn’t matter.  Now I know that many of you campaigned hard for me, and understandably you’re frustrated that we have not been able to move this over the finish line yet. I am too, but let me be clear: I will not walk away from this fight. My commitment is to getting this done as soon as we can.  Don’t forget who your friends are.  No se olviden. Don’t forget."

Commentary appreciates The President’s words.  I don’t think you have to be a political scientist to figure out what is going on here.  The President’s folks are worried about Latinos staying home this November.  The problem they have is that it looks like inaction speaks louder than words.

Sen. Cornyn has signaled that the GOP will fight The DREAM  ACT.  Let’s see if The President and Dems can come through.  Stay tuned!

Meanwhile, Mexico is celebrating BD Numero 200 today.

It looks like the election season will go on minus a debate.  Everybody stuck to their guns so there won’t be any gunfire.

This former MLBer who is also in the Hall of Fame won the 1989 American League MVP and he didn’t even make the AL All Star Team that year.  Who am I talking about?

Leave it up to State Board of Education to pile on to Islam bashing.  They just couldn’t stay out of it.

Next year the ‘Stros will travel to Toronto for the first time ever.  Of course, we used to go to Montreal every year.

Robin Yount of course won the AL MVP in 1989 and didn’t make the All Star Team that year.  Yount is celebrating BD Numero 55 today.

We let one get away yesterday afternoon so now we have to go 11-5 the rest of the way.  We have today off then host the first place Reds this weekend. 

 

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