1) The demand of the Puerto Rico governor to be exempt from the Jones Act may have more
power in Washington than you guys think. Puerto Ricans may determine which party gets the
electoral votes of Florida in next year's Presidential election -- and hence which oligarchs get a
return on that $2 billion in campaign donations.
2) Puerto Ricans can't vote in US federal elections but Puerto Ricans who move to the USA
CAN. I noted earlier that about 300,000 Puerto Ricans have emigrated in recent years because
of Puerto Rico's recession. News reports indicate that many of them are moving to Florida.
3) Recall that George W Bush beat Gore in Florida with about 500 votes and the influence of
his brother governor and the Supreme Court. Obama won with a somewhat larger majority but it was
still close. Democrats are focusing on Puerto Ricans in Florida because they think they will
be the decisive factor:
4) This also plays into the attempts by Jeb Bush, Rubio and the Democrats to court the Hispanic
swing voters of Texas, Florida, and California -- states with a huge number of electoral votes.
Hillary's primary sugar daddy is Israeli Billionaire Haim Saban -- who purchased the USA's
fifth largest TV network -- the Spanish language Univision -- a few years ago. Look at Wikipedia's
entry on Haim.
Jorge Ramos , the Univision news anchor who has been attacking Donald Trump , is Haim's
employee. See Wikipedia's article on him.
5) How many votes and campaign dollars do you guys have? Because if the answer is
"not a lot" then you and the Jones Act may get thrown under the bus in next year's election.
One thing the lowly bilge rats on sailboats learn is that if you look up on a dark night, see a
red light on your right, a green light on your left and the two lights moving apart then it
can be a good idea to put down the Mount Gay bottle and grab the tiller.