Today we have to tip our hat to Ann Coulter for once again telling it like it is:
Anyone opposing an incumbent Republican for any reason other than amnesty is a fraud or an idiot. Right now, immigration and Obamacare are the only things that matter. Since every Republican voted against Obamacare, that leaves only immigration.Her reasoning, and the reasons I have been shouting from the mountain tops are clear:
Conservatives who ignore amnesty while carping about the debt ceiling, TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program), the Internet tax bill or Benghazi are too stupid to help their country.
Suppose the Senate had passed a bill that would cut Texas out of the Union? Would that get your attention, fake tea partiers? Without Texas, Republicans would immediately lose 38 electoral votes, two senators and 24 members of Congress. (Democrats would lose only 12 House members.)
How would you rate the prospect of repealing Obamacare if Republicans could: never win another presidential election; never win another majority in the House; and never again win a Senate majority? Oh, and how does the expression "President Nancy Pelosi" grab you?
Would that bill be slightly more important to you than the Internet tax bill?
Well, guess what? Amnesty will produce the exact same result as losing the entire state of Texas. In fact, merely continuing our current immigration policies will achieve the same result; it will just take a little longer.Coulter is 100% correct.
We've already told you how the Democrats' single strategy for electoral victory is about inciting fear and hate against those who produce and value America's unique culture of liberty and economic freedom. We've told you how the immigration policies championed by Ted Kennedy in the 60's were specifically designed to transform the American populous by replacing it's independent citizenry with low-skilled, uneducated third-worlders more open to centralized control.
We've told you how the GOP's pandering to illegal immigration in the past has not only been bad for the country, but has resulted in Republican support among Hispanics to actually decline, a reality that runs counter to the propaganda being spouted by today's crony GOP leadership. We've even pointed out how peer reviewed academic studies have revealed the GOP's support for amnesty would not only not get them more support among Hispanics, but it would be devastating to their support among their base.
We've even given marketing advice to the GOP leadership that has been time tested, tried and true.
We've told you about the concerns of one of the world's leading economic minds who warns the United States is destroying its future by allowing mass immigration of the world's poor. We've shown you how those mass immigration policies are are causing demographic shifts that are distorting the true state of America's educational system, they even distort the measures of quality of education between the states.
We've even dug into how the social engineering behind these mass immigration policies is directly responsible for the 2008 housing crisis and recession.
Finally those with a voice in the national media like Ann Coulter, Mark Levin, and others are starting to get the picture, unable to ignore the enormity of evidence that keeps building before their eyes.
If you are still not convinced, consider this simple fact. The Republican party has only one the majority of popular vote in the Presidential race 1 time in the past 32 years (2004 Bush vs Kerry).
Once reliable Republican states like Ohio, Virginia, and Florida are now blue. Texas is projected to become a toss up in 2016 and be totally blue by 2020 if a sound immigration policy is not enacted immediately.
Once that tipping point is reached, the GOP will never win another national election and will be virtually incapable of winning a majority in either house of congress. President Pelosi is very much a likelihood in our lifetimes.
Republicans aren't at much risk of losing any of these seats, with or without primary fights. But we'll lose them all within a decade if Republicans like Tillis, Ellmers and Cantor aren't stopped.In 2014, Immigration reform is the only issue that should matter to Republican voters