Despite the continued activity of the BarackObama.com website after the election (home of the Obama for America campaign, now becoming Organizing for Action), the Latinos for Obama page and the Spanish language version of the BarackObama.com website seem frozen in time. Here is the last blog entry for Latinos for Obama, November 5, 2012:
The Spanish language version of the website at least kept up the relationship for a couple more days, November 7, 2012:
A cynic might suggest the Obama campaign and administration not only engaged in stereotyping Hispanics, but also after being rewarded with 71% of the Hispanic vote in November, dropped them like an old girlfriend. But who knows? Now that another special occasion has arrived (the immigration debate), the president will be looking for a date, and the Hispanic community's phone just might start ringing again.
UPDATE: There have been no tweets from the Latinos for Obama Twitter account since December 3rd, and only 10 since election day. Prior to the election, there were dozens of tweets each week.