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The Republican Party Needs A Reset On Immigration

Virginia Lady Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 1:04 PM
Morally conservative? In what way? The percentage of out-of-wedlock births for Hispanic women is nearly twice that of non-Hispanic white women: 53% to 29%. 53%!! Well, maybe the Hispanic out-of-wedlock birth rate is higher because they are more "morally conservative" than their white sisters, so they are less likely to get abortions? Nope. Think again. The abortion rate for Hispanic women is doubt that of their non-Hispanic white counterparts. Now, who do you think is paying to raise all those fatherless children? Figure that one out, and you'll realize why so many Hispanics are not fiscally conservative either.
FairnessMan Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 1:49 PM
You nailed it Virginia lady. Google "The Myth of Diversity." You will LOVE it!

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...