Sep 12, 2012


By Evelio Perez
 As some of you know, all aspiring presidential candidates that want the Cuban-American vote will simply go to the Versailles Restaurant in Miami, sip some delicious Cuban coffee, say that Castro is evil and that he must be overthrown.

 They will say a few "Viva Cuba Libre's" and leave, forgetting again about those precious promises always made by these politicians to a desperate people.
Cuban-Americans have learned their lesson and will know who is pandering and who is not, keep that in mind.

 There are many reasons of why Cuban-Americans have always voted on the side of the more conservative Republican Party. We are and have always been very conservative in nature, the thought process of many freedom loving Cubans that fled the repressive Communist "Island Gulag" to The United States has always been to vote for the least Socialist of the parties.

 Why would we support a system that we ourselves have seen fail so miserably and why would we even consider it? Wasn't that the reason that we left our beloved homeland?
For these reasons and Democratic President John F. Kennedy's treacherous betrayal in The Bay of Pig's failed invasion is our main reason for always supporting the more conservative Republican Party.

Gov. Mitt Romney
 The reason that I and an overwhelmingly large block of the Cuban-Americans here in The United States support the candidacy of Mitt Romney for president is simple, show me a man that lives his life with Honor, Respect and Integrity and I'll show a true role model for the way of life that most of us Cuban-American conservatives crave for.

 Cuban liberation from a repressive and destructive Communist system has always been in the forefront of the majority of the Cuban people and that will never change, but................. something happened on the way to the liberation of my homeland, I and many like myself fell in-love with the country that gave us refuge. I loved America and it's generous people so much that I was privileged and honored to become an American citizen, and with it came my moral duty as a new citizen of this great country to love and defend it from all enemies.

 Mitt Romney did not come to us with a promise that we will all be in Cuba in a couple of years, he did however tell us about making the case for "Freedom, Family and Free Enterprise" in countering the Castro brothers and their Socialist allies in North and South America.

 Governor Romney has the qualifications, the guts and the caliber that we need to fix what seems to be unfix-able. He is a gifted man of conviction and honor, and if there is a time that we need someone with those attributes, it is now.

 He is the right man at the right place and at the right time in these troubled times, and history itself will show that Mitt Romney not only saved America, but led the way for the final victory against the Castro brothers and their murdering crew and finally give the Cuban people what they have so desperately craved for 54 long years, LIBERTAD! .................. Romney / 2016


Keiji said...

Well stated. It is interesting to hear from you as Evelio Perez the individual as well as from you as haveing the Cuban-American perspective.

Anonymous said...

Romney slams Obama on Castro visit / By BYRON TAU | 5/22/12 5:37 PM EDT Mitt Romney chastised President Obama's administration for allowing the daughter of Cuban head of state Raul Castro into the United States.

"I am greatly disturbed by the Obama administration’s decision to allow Mariel Castro, daughter of Raul Castro, to travel to the United States. We shouldn’t be extending an open hand to a regime engaged in the systematic and flagrant denial of basic human rights," Romney said in a statement.

"While the Cuban regime engages in a fierce crackdown on dissent and continues to unjustly imprison one of our own citizens, Alan Gross, the Obama Administration should not be welcoming the daughter of a dictator. The United States should be standing up for those on the island who are risking their very lives fighting for freedom,” Romney said.

Castro was allowed into the United States to attend a meeting of the Latin American Studies Association. Romney's condemnation follows on the heels of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) YouTube comments, where the Cuban-American politican called the younger Castro an "arm" of the regime and slammed the visa as "shameful."

The Cuban-American community is highly anti-Castro — and the issue could resonate among an influential Florida constituency that is a bit more conservative than the wider Latino community.

Evelio Perez said...

Thanks for your support Keiji, your support has been awesome!

Anonymous said...

Love it!

Anonymous said...

I trusted him and still do. He needs to run again and win.

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