14 November 2012

ATTENTION Whoever Re-Programmed
Sean Hannity to Tout Amnesty as a
Solution to the GOP's Current Woes:

'Amnesty = Hispanic votes' is nothing
more than a desert mirage, one based 
on easily-disproven false premises...

Listen up, Gee-oh-Pee establishment losers:

As the despicable, disingenuous American left LOVE to remind us over-and-over-and-over, Ronald Reagan -in a good faith effort to settle the issue once and for all- allowed a 'one time only' legalization of 2.7M mostly-Mexican immigrants by signing 1986's Simpson-Mazzoli Act, and attempt at immigration reform which granted not just amnesty but full citizenship.

While that's true enough, The Gipper actually came to regard his signing of the legislation as one of the 'greatest regrets' of his two-term presidency, since the man Reagan once likened to 'Pac-Man, a round thing that gobbles money'
-House Speaker 
Tip O'Neill- reneged on most his promises, the Dems even gutting at the last congressional minute the bill's enforcement mechanism on the employer level. Thus, the legalization/citizenship part came to be, but hiring 'fresh' illegals continued to be an easy crime that cost companies who continued to do it nothing.

The issue was of course not-at-all resolved, so here we are today: the continued pull of potential employment has brought us as many as 30M illegals squatting in the USA while the Dems look for new excuses to 'solve' a problem largely of their own creation by registering them for welfare, food stamps, and -naturally- the Democratic Party.

Yep, incremental millions of poor immigrants are indeed natural Democrats on economic issues at least, while libs will surely find a way to finagle full citizenship for all once we allow most amnesty. But idea that the GOP's joining in pardoning the law-breakers -thus encouraging a further deluge- is going to gain Republican net votes is sheer and utter nonsense, as history insists this is simply not the case:

DougRoss@Journal (highlights Ed.):

With data from Pew Research (h/t Free Republic), let's examine the historic trend line of Hispanic support for Democrats and Republicans. Please note: whether Republicans support amnesty or not, the share of the Latino vote captured by Republican candidates stays in the same narrow band...

Because, as has been explained over and over and over again, Hispanic support for Democrats has nothing to do with 'amnesty'. Hey, Boehner: you listening?

Yes, people usually vote in their own self-interest. And I'm with Doug Ross on this- if Boehner and friends persist with this sort of 'suicidal idiocy' on immigration, we'll rattle him out of that Speaker's chair faster than you can say adios amigo.

Like Mark Levin said last week, the ONLY reason the Democrats promote amnesty/citizenship is to gain a few million (reliable) voters- 'this has nothing to do with practical solutions or human compassion'- that's all just bullshit used to cover for the fact they're frantically building a Democratic vote factory as fast as they can screw it together- why would we be lending them a helping hand with that?

But according to The Great One -even though those votes will hurt the GOP over the long-run- their eventual citizenship shouldn't even be our most pressing concern. The biggest problem would be the dramatic -and immediate- impact the legalization would have on welfare/Obamacare entitlements, both of which will be supporting foreign citizens that broke-into our (totally broke) country.

While it's difficult to know for sure if the inside-the-beltway Republican establishment actually believe their new current Open Borders Lite claptrap, they surely find the issue convenient in diverting blame for their own piss-poor performance in last week's election towards conservatives: since Romney needed to take a hawkish position on immigration to secure the nomination, the fattest asses in the GOP are now attempting to paint this and other issues dear-to-the-Right as contributing heavily to his defeat (yes, for some in the RNC, Mittens wasn't moderate enough). What's the difference -if any- between the RNC's model candidate and a Blue Dog Democrat? I keep forgetting...

And it's not just the RNC, Karl Rove, and John Boehner we need to worry about: now Rand Paul apparently sees political opportunity -for himself- in crafting his very own plan for 'eventual path to citizenship' -not just amnesty- for ALL illegals... and he thinks he can do it 'in a way conservatives can support'. 

With all due respect, Senator- WE'LL decide what we're willing to support... and it ain't that

As John Hawkins put it (highlights Ed.)-

Of all the misguided, corrupt and deranged ideas floating around inside the D.C. bubble, perhaps the single worst one is giving illegal aliens amnesty as part of some sort of attempt to capture the Hispanic vote. 

If the GOP were to pursue a policy that primarily benefits corrupt business owners, the government of Mexico, and Democrats at the expense of our country and our own base, we'd truly deserve the "Stupid Party" moniker that has so often been hung around our neck. 

This policy wouldn't be a calculated risk or even a longshot; it would be a game of Russian Roulette with a bullet in every chamber...

Read why @ Right Wing News

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