GOP Cowards Shaking in Their Boots Over Immigration at Next Election
Posted on: 09/28/2014 08:52 PM

The big shots carrying the briefcases on Capital Hill don't seem to be concerned by the flooding of America with millions upon millions of non-Whites. They regard all of the Brown, Yellow, and Black people as very helpful to them in terms of potential votes, PAC money and of course their fear of the media's accusations of 'racist.' Therefore, they don't want to rock the boat, and they will continue to sing along with the medias depiction of immigration and diversity as a good thing. Eventually, however, they WILL have to PAY.

Why Won’t the GOP Make This Election a Referendum on Immigration?

Everyone is on tenterhooks wondering what the Republicans’ national strategy for the November elections will be.

Let’s see, what would make a good national issue?

Democrats are far savvier than Republicans when it comes to winning elections, and I note that Obama has decided to put off his “executive amnesty” until after the elections. Does that ping any neurons in your tired “Diversity Is a Strength” synapses, Republicans?

Another obvious place to look for a good national issue is the polls. According to months of polling, the No. 1 most important issue to voters is immigration–by a landslide. In Gallup polls in July and then again in August, Republican and Republican-leaning Independent voters chose immigration as the “biggest problem” facing the nation.

Commenting on its July poll, Gallup noted that more than twice as many Republicans as Democrats called immigration the nation’s No. 1 problem, suggesting that by “problem” they mean illegal immigration, not the failure to pass “comprehensive immigration reform.”

GOP Cowards Shaking in Their Boots Over Immigration at Next Election

In Gallup’s August poll, immigration was again voted a bigger problem among Republicans and Republican-leaning Independents than either the economy or even Obamacare. It was the third “biggest problem” for Democrats and Democratic-leaning Independents, after dysfunctional government and unemployment/the economy.

The magnificent Republican Tom Cotton, running for the Senateagainst amnesty-supporting Democrat Mark Pryor in Arkansas, says he’s gotten more questions about immigration than any other issue. He says voters keep asking: “What can we do to stop the border crisis. … What can we do to stop Obama issuing another unilateral amnesty?”

That sounds like a terrific opening for the GOP to shout: Vote Republican!

But while individual Republicans are talking like Tom Tancredo, the national GOP seems strangely reluctant to make this election a referendum on immigration. If there is a single Democrat running for office this year who isn’t forced to take a position on Obama’s coming amnesty, Republicans aren’t doing their job.


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