Latinos more visible at this Presidential Inauguration

This President helped to install the first Hispanic Supreme Court Justice, Sonia Sotomayor who swore in Vice President Biden to a star-studded celebration of Latino culture today. I know my Aunt Maria is very proud this day as she hails from Puerto Rico. My Latino friends around the country are very proud as well. I have spoken with a few of them and what we all agreed to is the fact that this is only the beginning. The first Latino president is being groomed as I write this post. The political landscape began to shift several years ago and I’m certain it will continue. Our great nation is truly becoming a multicultural, multifunctional and multi-representative nation where all have a voice and are partaking of the “American Dream” and way of life. Congratulations America and continue or keep up the good work!

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