Bag’s Take-Away:
 Meanwhile, at NALEO, a baby thrust into Mitt Romney’s hands opts for self-deportation to mommy.
via DayLife
(credit:Charles Dharapak/Associated Press caption:  Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, holds a baby as he greets attendees at the NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials) conference in Orlando, Fla. , Thursday, June 21, 2012.)
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Bag’s Take-Away:

Meanwhile, at NALEO, a baby thrust into Mitt Romney’s hands opts for self-deportation to mommy.

via DayLife

(credit:Charles Dharapak/Associated Press caption: Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, holds a baby as he greets attendees at the NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials) conference in Orlando, Fla. , Thursday, June 21, 2012.)

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Bag’s Take-Away:
 Obama’s decision last week to cease deportation of young “dreamers” was illustrated around the world with photos of crying and happy undocumented young people. A real visual punch. Forces in opposition to Obama’s decision got a different visual treatment, typified by this spider woman shot of Arizona Governor Jan Brewer wearing what looks like blood on her shirt. 
via The Charlotte Observer
(credit: Matt York/AP caption:  Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R), responds to President Obama’s immigration speech, Friday, June 15, 2012, at the Capitol in Phoenix. Brewer said President Barack Obama represents a “pre-emptive strike” aimed at an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court ruling that could uphold parts of the state’s immigration enforcement law.)
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Obama’s decision last week to cease deportation of young “dreamers” was illustrated around the world with photos of crying and happy undocumented young people. A real visual punch. Forces in opposition to Obama’s decision got a different visual treatment, typified by this spider woman shot of Arizona Governor Jan Brewer wearing what looks like blood on her shirt.

via The Charlotte Observer

(credit: Matt York/AP caption: Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R), responds to President Obama’s immigration speech, Friday, June 15, 2012, at the Capitol in Phoenix. Brewer said President Barack Obama represents a “pre-emptive strike” aimed at an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court ruling that could uphold parts of the state’s immigration enforcement law.)

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Bag’s Take-Away:
"C’mon Latinos, I have a seat at a table just for you." 
If Mitt Romney’s campaign is “trying to reach out to Latino voters,” he might want to expand his understanding of what it means to be Latino in the U.S.
Hint for Mitt: it goes beyond farmed baseball imports and Rubio veep chatter.
via Time Swampland
(credit: Joshua Lott/Reuters caption:  Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney arrives for a Hispanic roundtable meeting in Tempe, Arizona, April 20, 2012.)
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Bag’s Take-Away:

"C’mon Latinos, I have a seat at a table just for you."

If Mitt Romney’s campaign is “trying to reach out to Latino voters,” he might want to expand his understanding of what it means to be Latino in the U.S.

Hint for Mitt: it goes beyond farmed baseball imports and Rubio veep chatter.

via Time Swampland

(credit: Joshua Lott/Reuters caption: Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney arrives for a Hispanic roundtable meeting in Tempe, Arizona, April 20, 2012.)

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