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Strange Bedfellows for Conservatives

CeCe5 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 12:57 PM
Mrs. Chavez finds the American people unsatisfactory and wants a new country without borders that looks like Mexico or Brazil. The people who worship Hispanics need to go live in a Latin country since that's their desire.
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 2:15 PM

Ms Chavez is an American citizen whose New Mexico ancestors were in Santa Fe before the birth of George Washington. Linda was employed in the Ronald Reagan administration.
Ryan_M Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 8:22 PM
Chavez isn't loyal to the red, white and blue and her columns on immigration prove it. Her real colors on this issue are red, white and green.

Too bad she can't be fitted with a retro-active abortion.
AParvus Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 11:21 PM
Rowboat1 1/2 said:

"Ms Chavez is an American citizen...."

So were Alger Hiss, Julius & Ether Rosenburg & Johnathan Pollard. What does that prove?
AParvus Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 11:25 PM
Corrections: "Ethel", "Rosenberg"
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 12:55 PM


It proves, Simpleton, that you can't deport her.

All you can possibly do is bleed from your gaping rectum.
As conservatives debate what to do about immigration reform in the wake of the GOP's disastrous showing among Hispanic voters in the 2012 presidential election, they might consider that the groups they've allied themselves with to date are strange bedfellows.

I've been writing for years about the odd history of anti-immigration groups -- and they are anti-immigration, not just anti-illegal immigration. Groups like the Federation for American Immigration Reform, the Center for Immigration Studies, NumbersUSA, and others have little in common with conservatives. Now, a new and comprehensive analysis of these organizations details why conservatives should be...