Following the GOP’s second consecutive Presidential catastrophe, all of its Finest Minds dusted off their old amnestisiac talking points: Obviously, the Party’s salvation lies in another mass amnesty of maybe 24 million illegal alien invaders [PDF] (of course, they radically lowball the count), plus several million illegal anchor babies, plus (though they somehow forgot to mention this) as many as 120 million “relatives,” real and fraudulent, through family reunification and chain migration.
Mitt Romney recently went beyond that talking point. Notwithstanding VDARE.com’s repeated proof of the contrary, he said his electoral defeat was due to his weak showing with the minority vote:
We weren't effective in my message primarily to minority voters, to Hispanic-Americans, African-Americans, other minorities. That was a real mistake. [“Romney relays disappointment over loss, admits mistakes, in first sitdown since 2012 election,” FoxNews.com, March 3, 2013.]
GOP pundits (Michael Barone, Charles Krauthammer, et cetera ) have long argued that immigrants/Hispanics have Republican values.
These GOP values apparently include:
1. Low average IQs;
2. Astronomical crime rates…
[“Deanne Ostbye and Eriese Tisdale: Two of the Minority Voters Mitt Romney Regrets Not Appealing to” (Read the whole thing here!)]