Sat Feb 9, 2013, 01:54 PM
YoungDemCA (2,477 posts)
Gingrich to Republicans: Don't sound like Romney on immigration
Newt Gingrich has a warning for the GOP: Don't sound like Mitt Romney on immigration.
"This does not mean we as Republicans should give up on our principles, or on the priority of securing the border," he concludes. It means we must recognize, as I tried to do in that primary debate, that politics is always an intersection of principles and people. A party that appears to ignore people won’t get the chance to make the case for its principles — any of them."
I love how Newt is so shameless in his "Frankly, Republicans are foolish today" schtick. We all know how much of a POS he is...
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Sat Feb 9, 2013, 02:48 PM
wandy (3,237 posts)
5. Am I the only one that finds this a bit ironic........
What's with this sudden Teapublican interest in Latinos.
They haven't had any interest in Blacks, Orientals and even us Pollacks in recent history.
If you weren't old, rich, or their particular flavor of white you weren't important.
What's up with that?
I guess they just need to change their "image".
No racial slurs intended. That would tick off my Polish ancestry.