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...
Oops, a slip of the finger sent that before I could say what Mrs. Chavez wants us to miss. It is right here on Townhall, a Katie Pavlich post (Feb 7, 7:20 AM) titled: “New Poll: Majority of Americans Want Illegal Immigrants to Head Back to Home Countries” The poll was taken by Center for Immigration Studies. Mrs. Chavez informs us that CIS is a “strange bedfellow” to conservatives. This poll deserves to be disseminated as widely as possible. Adios, Senora C. Come back next week for another round.
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.
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