Amnesty wont magically make Hispanics more Republican<quoted text>
Only if you read an article by the Daily Caller or The Hill.
The Daily Beast isn't exactly nonbiased. But you, like most liberals, will choose to believe them over all other sources at all costs.
Conservative pundits as diverse as Sean Hannity and Charles Krauthammer also apparently agree that a path to citizenship is the only path to victory, or that green cards are a get-out-of-jail-free card for Republicans.
While were at it, we might as well purchase apologetic Hallmark cards for George W. Bush and John McCain, who were told to run, not walk, off a short pier when they advocated this loose-border strategy before.
Republicans find religion on immigration reform, writes the Washington Posts Chris Cillizza.Is it too late?
A better question: Is this finding religion or falling for an old Beltway superstition? The boosters of amnesty in exchange for the elusive Hispanic vote may be the witch doctors of American politics.
Lets stipulate that some Republicans have said dumb and nasty things over the course of the immigration debate, which is obviously no way to win the votes of Hispanics and recent immigrants.
Worse, the immigration debate itself has frequently been miscast as a referendum on the acceptance of Hispanics in American society one that has forced most Republicans to appear to be on the wrong side of that question in order to be on the right side of some woefully misguided legislation.
But caving on bad legislation or writing watered-down Republican alternatives to address this unfortunate misconception is the easy way out
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