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Democrats in Little Havana? September 11, 2008

Posted by trouble97018 in McCain, News, Obama, Politics.
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Damarys Ocaña
guardian.co.uk,
Thursday September 11 2008 16:20 BST

You used to be able to count on two things when it came to the Cuban exile community in Miami: That exiles would discuss American politics (especially as it relates to Cuba) while standing over a demi-tasse of strong espresso at walk-up windows outside neighbourhood restaurants and that they would be unapologetically, rabidly, seemingly homogenously Republican. These days, only one of those things is true.

People still sip and talk for hours at the cafes, but not everyone thinks the Grand Old Party so grand anymore. In a state that could play a pivotal role in the upcoming presidential election, that change, among a group that votes in large numbers, is something of which to take notice. Source Article

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