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Demography Is Destiny

wtmoore1 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 1:46 PM
Suppressing the right to vote for people who otherwise have all of the rights and responsibilities of citizenship (i.e. paying taxes, freedom of travel, etc.) may not be constitutionally permissible. But even if it is, why would you think that is an optimal solution to the immigration problem? Don't you think if Republicans changed their stance, and we suddenly had a country where everyone supported reasonable immigration reforms that Hispanics promote, that the Hispanic vote would begin to break toward Republicans? I mean, rarely do you find an interest group who rejects a party who is trying to support their interests because they used to reject them --if anything, there is a sense of relief in the community that they can now vote R.

Liberals brag about having won the hearts and minds of America, as if, through logic and argument, they've persuaded people to accept their bankrupt European socialist ideas.

Democrats haven't changed anyone's mind. They changed the people.

More white people voted for Mitt Romney this year than voted for Ronald Reagan in 1980. Barack Obama lost white voters by 20 points -- the widest margin since 1984.

But in 1980, whites were 88 percent of the electorate. In 2012, they were 72 percent of the electorate. Not only that, but the non-white electorate is far more Democratic than...