A few months ago, I met Rob Birch at the Bill Flores Victory Party in Bryan,TX. I was streaming LIVE video on GOPisForMe.com, interviewing people in the crowd and getting ready for Bill Flores’ victory speech.
Rob struck me as a someone who had spent time thinking about the real issues facing our community, so when he said, “I’m involved with a new project you might be interested in,” and began describing the Dogcatcher Project, my only response was, “I’m in!”
After several emails, conference calls and group discussions on this project, we’re live.
My focus will be on Texas and Michigan…drawing attention to two races of significant importance in entrenched Democrat regions.
Ruben Hinojosa, (D-TX) : U.S. CD-15
Debbie Stabenow, (D-MI) :U.S. Senate
In Texas, the ultimate “stray” lives along the Southern border and has dominated the 15th District of Texas. Representative Ruben Hinojosa has been pulling the wool over the eyes of his constituents since 1996. In a district where there has never been a Republican representative, the situation is becoming critical.
The people are facing a population explosion, which, by 2020, will result in Hispanics becoming the majority in Texas. With more Hispanics dropping out of high-school than ever, and teenage Latina’s becoming pregnant more than any other ethnic group, something drastic has to happen.
At the current rate, without a major shift in leadership, the border regions of Texas could become our newest third world country. Gang violence, drug cartels, massive influx of undocumented immigrants, language barriers and lack of proper education all add up to a major crisis.
According to the New York Times, 79% of Congressional District 15 is Hispanic, which might have you thinking it’s a conservative district. After all, we hear all the time…”Hispanics are Conservative.” We believe in God. We believe in family.
Yet, most Hispanics in Texas vote for Democrats…they vote for Liberals who go to Washington and vote like Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. They’ve been promised amnesty. They’ve been promised jobs. They’ve been promised FREE health care.
And what have the Democrats delivered?
Nada. (that’s “nothing” for non Spanish reading persons)
Hispanics in Hinojosa’s district are being misled, guided down a long, miserable path with no end in sight.
The Representative of one of the poorest districts in the Nation, with the largest Hispanic population in the state, Hinojosa has had fifteen years to improve his district. If there was ever a time when people in U.S. Congressional District 15 needed real change, it’s now…
Who can defeat Hinojosa and bring a new vision to South Texas?
Michigan is on deck.