The government isn't worried that our laws are being broken, that our sovereignty is violated or that our security is in peril. No, all they're worried about is currying favor with minority voters.
Telling us, the majority that our votes and opinions count for naught, the Republicans and Democrats would rather base their reaction to illegal immigration around garnering more votes with those who support the breaking of existing laws. Everyone of these traitorous sellouts needs to be tarred and feathered and run out of Washington. Most of our representatives on both sides of the aisle make me want to puke.
WASHINGTON - Worried that the tone of the immigration debate is pushing Hispanics away from the Republican Party, the White House is working with political strategists to create a broad new coalition of business groups and immigrant advocates to back a reform plan President Bush could promote in Congress and to minority voters in the 2006 elections.
The strategists say Mr. Bush is planning to make immigration a top-tier priority as early as this fall, once the current focus on a Supreme Court vacancy has passed. The push is being planned to coincide with next year's campaigns for the House and Senate, in which Hispanic voters could be critical in several states, and it is part of a broader White House strategy to forge a long-lasting majority by drawing more minority voters.
From The New York Sun.