On the eve of the California primary, Sanders is flip-flopping on his earlier opposition to immigration reform.
Trump also made a weird comment about African-Americans today.
And the Republican party wonders why they’re having growing problems with Latinos.
“Folks, my great grandfather did not come here from Ireland to see this country overrun by immigrants.”
It’s an idiotic and racist assumption that you might just think is true if you read a recent story on Al Jazeera.
Republicans can’t avoid this rhetoric engrained in their party – it’s part of their political DNA.
Ana Navarro committed the unforgivable Republican offense of thinking-while-latino.
Colbert went on to revisit Steve King’s comments comparing Latino immigrants to dogs. Brilliant segment.
“Welcome to america where god bless america is sung at our national pastime by a mexican.” (He’s Puerto Rican.)
And that’s why top GOP religious right leader Phyllis Schlafly says that Latinos won’t vote Republican.
The Republican party “reboot” is simply rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic, and poorly at that.
Now that the presidency is gone, Romney finally finds an issue he can be consistent on: Latino-bashing.
Republicans, who are desperate for immigration reform to woo back Latino voters, are now opposing reform.