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The Republican Party Needs A Reset On Immigration

DHWood Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 7:34 AM
Ike had Operation vetback, and off they hauled. After that, we saw Republicans win a plenty. Recently The Great Homeland Security has removed entire cities, populations of 500,000+ like San Diego for a total of 200 burning or singed homes in the end count, a giant bad joke, wasn't it. Yes it was. Anyone who whines it's too big a job or cannot be done has not been paying attention. I will say this though. Very few to none in power have the American backbone to do anything about it, and if they did, they'd of course have to do it TSA style, making certain they select often the least possible amount of illegal immigrants to "target for possible deportation", so it would be a tremendous mess and laughing stock of the sane world.

Since the Romney/Ryan ticket’s loss last Tuesday, the Republican Party has been going through a period of soul searching.  Much of that is useless propaganda about how the party needs to move to the ‘center’ (whatever that is) on its tax-cutting growth agenda.

But some of it is a genuinely helpful re-examination of the GOP’s relationship with immigrants and immigrant voter groups. This is a helpful but small step in the right direction. Liberalization of immigration laws was a theme of this column before the election (and a theme of this columnist for many years before). In order to foster more...