As I’ve been saying for years:
America isn’t “America” anymore. Texas isn’t “Texas.”
Too many “rightwingers” are living in the white majority 1980s.
What difference does it make what Ronald Reagan said when all these millions of “hard working Mexicans” (that he agreed to let in, by the way) wouldn’t understand a word if he were around now.
Ann Coulter explains it very slowly and carefully for all the “conservative” morons out there:
Had I wanted to live in Japan, I could have moved there. Had I had wanted to live in Mexico, Pakistan or Chechnya — I could have moved to those places, too.
(Although maybe not. They all have stricter immigration policies than we do.)
I’m sure they’re lovely, but I wanted to live in America. Now I can’t. At the current rate of immigration, it won’t exist anymore. The Democrats couldn’t win elections there, so they changed it.
With the repeal of Obamacare in the balance, I have argued that it’s insane for Republicans to waste resources primarying their own guys in 2014. Even the most heinous Republican can usually argue, “Would you really rather have a Democrat in this seat?”
But any Republican who supports mass immigration — whether with Marco Rubio’s amnesty bill, or idiotic arguments about “not punishing the children” — has forfeited that claim. If the country is going to be ruined anyway, it could not matter less who wins any particular seat on this Titanic.