"As a candidate, I intend to let everyone hear my message, including the many who can express their love of country in a different language. Ayúdenos en tener una campaña que les da la bienvenida. Trabajen con nosotros por los valores que compartimos y para un gran futuro que es nuestro para construir para nosotros y nuestros hijos. Júntense a nuestra causa de oportunidad para todos, a la causa de todos que aman la libertad y a la causa noble de los Estados Unidos de América."
The Context: Bush dedicates the latter part of his speech to discussing America's relationship with foreign nations, specifically noting the importance of maintaining allegiance to Israel and reaching out to Cuba. He follows this up by mentioning that he "was ahead of [his] time in cross-border outreach," referring to when he met his wife, Columba, in 1971. Combined with reference to serving as governor of Florida, Bush feels he has a lot to offer to Latino voters.
With Bush explicitly directing this portion of his speech toward those Americans who speak languages other than English, we asked