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Has the Republican party been alienating potential English language learners with its hard-line stances against looser immigration procedures?

Has the Republican party been alienating potential English language learners with its hard-line stances against looser immigration procedures?
  • GOP Needs a Makeover

    The GOP needs a makeover or it will lose the 2016 Presidential Election much in the same way it did in 2012. National leadership in the Republican Party needs to be more diverse and less oriented around older white men. Huge voting blocs are abandoning Republicans in national elections because the GOP isn't ethnically diverse. Here's a clue: put Marco Rubio on the national ticket and Republicans will win in 2016, guaranteed.

  • Republicans are losing hispanic voters

    Republcans are losing hispanic voters. This is a fact. Mitt Romney received a much lower percentage of hispanic voters than either John McCain or George W. Bush. This is largely because of the parties stance on immigration. Hispanic voters perceive the Democratic party as a party that is going to fight for them. The only chance the Republicans have to make inroads with this demographic group is to help pass real immigration reform.

  • Yes, they have been.

    The Republicans, since president Obama was elected to his first term, have been alienating pretty much anyone who doesn't fall in ine with their hard line stances in general. They are definitely alienating potential English language learners, and this is not at all a good thing. They need to rethink things.

  • The republican opposition to immigration is principled and correct

    The problem with the United States immigration system is that the slots for immigration are fewer than the number of those who want to immigrate. Those that migrate without papers without permission ruin the system for everybody else. Looser immigration policies don't benefit the nation and those who choose not to learn English will suffer their poor decision.


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