Leading Republicans, as senator, Marco Rubio, are out on the move with the Hispanic immigration reform issues, hoping that something good might arise in their behalf looking the grim Republican political future of 2016 presidential election (read more). Although, Mr. Obama is the one who have the real cajoles and upper hand against the GOP since he has his own immigration plan in case the bipartisan failed to close a deal for the 11 million undocumented (read here).
Even if the bipartisan is passed, some strategist thinks it is doubtful that the GOP might benefits by attracting potential voters to their side (read more here) The sluggish economic was a fact in 2012 for the democrat victory and it might be a deniable factor again that could change the Hispanic votes in the future, but for the time being the Democratic Party continues to be the substitute outlet for most Hispanics regardless their political affiliation, social class and incomes levels, then, the GOP has clearly a diminishing chance of gaining the majority Hispanic souls.
That Hispanic population – now more than 40 million plus 11 million undocumented as of 2011 – is as diverse as it is large. The Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center, is out with a fascinating new study on America’s Hispanic population. It is well worth a read. Click here for more:
- Rush Limbaugh Bashes Immigration Reform, Warming Up For Marco Rubio Interview (huffingtonpost.com)
- Ann Coulter Turns On Marco Rubio (abcnews.go.com)
- Hispanic Group to GOP on Immigration: Avoid Saying ‘Illegals,’ ‘Amnesty,’ ‘Reagan’ (breitbart.com)
- Why immigration reform is not a cure-all for the GOP (washingtonpost.com)
- Immigration’s Gang of 8: Who are they? (washingtonpost.com)
- Leaked Memo Urges GOP to Say ‘Undocumented Immigrants’ (colorlines.com)
- GOP gets sensitivity training on immigration reform: ‘Don’t use phrases like send them all back’ (dailykos.com)