Conservative writers and commentators in grew increasingly vocal on Election Night about the need to broaden the Republican tent, particularly with Hispanics.
“The Romney campaign to the [Hispanic] community was atrocious and, frankly, the fastest growing demographic in America isn’t going to vote for a party that sounds like that party hates brown people,” wrote Erick Erickson at RedState.com. “That does not mean the GOP must offer up amnesty. It does mean that a group that is a natural fit for the GOP on social issues, must in someway be made to feel comfortable with the GOP.”
are you kidding,
“That does not mean the GOP must offer up amnesty. It does mean that a group that is a natural fit for the GOP on social issues, must in someway be made to feel comfortable with the GOP.”
they have treated these people like the were the scourge of America, here only to cut our lawns and pick our fruit, when the right went on their rampage denying them the jobs to pick our fruit, it backfired and the fruit withered, farmers lost out, truck drivers had no fruit to deliver, stores had none to sell and the arrogance shined brightly on the republican party overreaching.
now it's "sorry about that we really like you guys, hey we have Rubio" and plenty of lawns and fruit. they have unintended as it was exposed themselves to the world for the party of vipers it is all the tricks and lies laid out there for all to see, hopefully those who voted for them now see the error in their thought process and demand a more people oriented congress and stop the obstructing