If you want to know what open borders Republicans will sound like when they betray this nation's sovereignty, take it from the horse's mouth: Carlos Gutierrez, head of Mitt Romney's Hispanic outreach, told CNN's Candy Crowley, "[T]he far right of this party has taken the party to a place that it doesn't belong."What Gutierrez is saying is very instructive: He is demonstrating that Republicans will have to belittle the silent majority in order to cave on immigration. You simply can't normalize illegal activity unless you defame the people who maintain the norm. In this case, people who believe that our border matters will have to be ridiculed and marginalized.At least the battle lines are being drawn. Gutierrez is speaking for a group of Republican elites who want to redefine decent people as "far right." This is clearly an insult directed towards those people who believe that our nation's border should be respected, who are sick of stagnating wages and racial preferences, and who believe that we shouldn't reward illegal activity.
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We must ignore this and keep pressure on our representatives and senators so they will not cave in to this agenda from the Bush clan and their RINO cohorts.