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5 reasons to join our live Tweet-Chat during the GOP Debates

Being Latino this evening for a live tweet-chat during the GOP primary debates in Arizona, maybe these reasons will do the trick:

1.  Everybody will be waiting to see who the next inevitable GOP nominee will be.

2.  A healthy Twitter account requires constant care and attention.

3.  Your pizza will take at least an hour to be delivered. (“30 minutes or less” is a vicious lie.)

4.  The new Jersey Shore won’t be on for another day.

5.  It’s what the machines want us to do.

What You Need To Know

When: February 22, 2012 starting at 7:45 pm EST (debate starts at 8:00 pm EST)

Where: Twitter hashtag #BeLatino

Moderator:

@BeingLatino with Hector Luis Alamo, Political Editor, Being Latino Online Magazine (@HectorLuisAlamo)

Participants:

Libby I. Juliá-Vázquez
Being Latino, Chief Content Officer
@LibbyJulia

Jose Cruz
Our Tiempo, Founder Editor
@JoseCruz2000

Sara Inés Calderón
News Taco, Founder/Editor
@SaraChicaD

Melisa Diaz
melisadiaz.com, Democratic strategist
@melisa_diaz

Angel Garcia
Chicago Young Republicans, President
@angelgarcia

Larry Gonzalez
The Raben Group, Principal
@LGTRG

Additional Participating Organizations:

Fox News Latino
@FoxNewsLatino

The National Council of La Raza
@NCLR

Voto Latino
@VotoLatino

About Hector Luis Alamo, Jr.

Hector Luis Alamo, Jr., is the associate editor at Being Latino and a native son of Chicago's Humboldt Park neighborhood. He received a B.A. in history at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where his concentration was on ethnic relations in the United States. While at UIC, he worked first as a staff writer for the Chicago Flame and later became the newspaper's Opinions editor. He contributes to various Chicago-area publications, most notably, the RedEye and Gozamos. He's also a cultural critic for 'LLERO magazine. He has maintained a personal blog since 2007, YoungObservers.blogspot.com, where he discusses topics ranging from political history and philosophy to culture and music.

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author and should not be understood to be shared by Being Latino, Inc.

Comments

  1. GOP debate in AZ? Oh, how low can they go tonight?

  2. I don’t understand Twitter. What’s even more confusing to me is trying to read a twitter feed with multiple people chiming in. I guess I’m strange that way.

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