It’s now 28 days into the new year and Republicans are still stuck back in November, trying their best to apply common sense to the lopsided lost of Mitt Romney to President Obama with the Hispanic vote.
Supposedly, Obama gathered 71 percent, to Romney’s 27 percent and now Republicans are paying too much attention to the Liberal’s insincere spin as to why Hispanics don’t care too much for Republicans.
To make amends, or should we say, to abide with the unfounded study of the Hispanic community, Republicans have sat at the table with Democrats and come up with a solution that will only benefit Democrats and the Hispanic community. In a sense, Republicans are selling out the country, as well as their voters, to the lowest bidder.
The Senate bipartisan immigration proposal effectively will be to the Republican demise, especially when you consider, time and time again, Democrats have sat down with Republicans, made deals, but in the end, walked away from those deals. What’s going to be different on this one?
This deal want to address four(4) key areas of concern:
1. Creating a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants already here, contingent upon securing the border and better tracking of people here on visas.
2. Reforming the legal immigration system, including awarding green cards to immigrants who obtain advanced degrees in science, math, technology or engineering from an American university.
3. Creating an effective employment verification system to ensure that employers do not hire illegal immigrants.
4. Allowing more low-skill workers into the country and allowing employers to hire immigrants if they can demonstrate they couldn’t recruit a U.S. citizen; and establishing an agricultural worker program.
But now, these are only the top layers of this disaster waiting to happen. The Washington Times reports, ‘the principles being released Monday are outlined on just over four pages, leaving plenty of details left to fill in.’
The disaster lay in the lower layers of those details left to be filled in, which will ultimately place Republicans in a negative eye among their own voters. Republicans, when it’s all said and done, will aid the Liberal’s quest for fundamentally changing America, by replacing the power of the American vote, with that of immigrants wish lists.