25 Oct Interview with Enid Reyes re Hispanics and Conservatism; the Critical Women’s Vote in 2016
Leading ladies Cari Kelemen and Jeni McGarry join Debbie for the second hour.
Enid Reyes, President of the Rockwall County Hispanic Republican Club, calls in to talk about conservative messaging that resonates with Hispanics. The basic misconception that Democrats are ‘for the poor’ and the others are ‘for the rich’ has to be reversed. Ms. Reyes believes Hispanics’ are inherently receptive to the message of individual responsibility; they just need to hear it directly.
The leading ladies take up the possibility—now voiced around the country—that women will determine the election results of 2016. So the questions for discussion: with a woman candidate for President, what else will drive the women’s vote in today’s environment? Safety? Security? Education? The economy? Even hostility to the emasculation of men that the left promotes?
The leading ladies have a lively discussion about the latest developments in the 2016 Presidential campaign, including former President George W. Bush’s gratuitous slam of Ted Cruz—after 7 years of silence on Barack Obama.
The ladies think the Bush family just doesn’t understand the mood of the country; neither does any part of the GOP establishment.
On a lighter note, the ladies mark the passing of October 21, 2015, “Back to the Future” day as memorialized by the famous movies series.
And Glamour magazine says its ‘woman of the year’ is Bruce Jenner? Really?