October 30, 2012
Breitbart -- October 28, 2014
Illegal immigration is so unpopular, even a labor union is weighing in to oppose potential amnesty. Yet this all seems to come as news to some. During a recent panel discussion, the host of CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS conceded that Republicans are winning in the midterm elections by opposing amnesty rather than trying to pander to the "mythical" Hispanic voter.
Zakaria added that though a lot of "well-meaning commentators" assumed that the Republican Party would "compromise" on immigration "because they recognize they need to get Hispanic votes," the midterm elections are showing that working-class Americans opposed to amnesty legislation will turn out in "much larger numbers" than the "mythical" or "highly unlikely Hispanic voter."
"They're doubling down on that bet, and it's working," Zakaria opined, before stereotyping Americans who oppose to amnesty as "angry white males."
Princeton University Professor Sean Wilentz said the strategy makes sense and it is "going to get them back the Senate, most likely," in a "confederate election" that is "being fought out in the border states and the deep South." Neither Wilentz nor Zakaria mentioned that Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown in the "deep South/border state" of New Hampshire may oust Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen because of the illegal immigration issue. Brown was trailing in the polls considerably before he, to use Wilentz's words, started "banging down on that" issue.
Glenn Spencer, American Patrol Report
Fifteen years ago I produced a video, "Courage and Capitulation in California," that proved that we lost California because leaders of the Republican Party were cowards. Eleven years ago the Wall Street Journal ran my letter that explained everything.
It is not too late to save America, but these jerks are going to have to find some serious cojones if we are to have a chance. (And forget the coward Romney.)