GOP honchos want immigration reform, but sit out fight
Just three months ago, the Republican Party establishment couldn't have been more resolute: Achieving immigration reform is essential to the GOP's future political viability.
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#1 Jun 12, 2013
In today’s highly partisan times, the notion that Republicans need to pass immigration reform to win Hispanic votes from the Democrats is pure fantasy. If Democrats thought for an instant that would happen, immigration reform would die faster than an Obama Budget.
#2 Jun 12, 2013
I agree Republicans needs to do nothing more than what they are doing right now digging mold hills hoping to make mountain out of it and why not if such policy resonates well with conditioned minds who wants nothing more than a reason for being angry and hostile as if talk show radio aren't doing enough of sharing of those energies large scale and hole sale on the airwaves making sure that, that part of the constituent are well taken care of and at the same time doing lucrative a business, what a life?
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