America's largest minority
needs to take a cue from the Tea Party movement and start an insurgency challenging both political parties — the one that takes them for granted and the other that writes them off.
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The Tea Partiers took on the Republican establishment
over its spending policies and the size of government. In the same way, Latinos have to take on a Democratic administration over its immigration policies.
Many Latinos are increasingly disillusioned with President Obama
for breaking his promise to make immigration reform a priority