The Hispanic Vote in the Republican Party
These statistics are taken from a Pew Research Poll.
1980 56% Carter Reagan 35%
1984 61% Mondale Reagan 37%
1988 69% Dukakis Bush 41 30%
(Amnesty in 1986 resulted in 7% drop)
1992 61% Clinton Bush 41 25%
1996 72% Clinton Dole 21%
2000 62% Gore Bush 43 35%
(After 6 yrs as Gov, Bush trails Gore by 27%)
2004 58% Kerry Bush 43 40%
2008 67% Obama McCain 31%
2012 71% Obama Romney 27%
About 2.6 million illegals were amnestied in 1986 (over a million the number projected), but only one fourth voted for Bush 41 in 1992. Bob Dole supported amnesty, but he got 21%, the lowest of all. If the Amnesty Bill is passed, it is projected that the estimated 11 million that will be legalized could be as high as 20 million, according to various sources. With those facts and the Republican Party’s track record in mind, here is George W. Bush on “Immigration Reform.” Please go straight to the 7:00 minute mark where talk on reform begins.
I am not laughing!!
This clip was to speak about what he is doing in Africa, which I found compelling enough; however, in politics there is always something behind the photo-op. George Bush doesn’t want to make news by criticizing the President or weighing in on controversial issues. He says he wants to stay off stage in politics, unless there’s an issue he believes in, but he chimes in anyway. The reporter smoothly made the transition for him by adding that he has one he cares deeply about “You tried very hard to get Comprehensive Immigration Reform through.. How big a missed opportunity will it be if it FAILS this time around?”
George Bush says “it’s important to fix a broken system, (psst, that’s taken straight out of the communist playbook on Immigration. Please go to my previous article for the exact quote and how long it’s been said.) to treat people with respect, and to have confidence in our capacity to assimilate people. Its a difficult bill to pass because there’s a lot of moving parts. The Legislative process is an ugly process, but it looks like they’re making progress.”
With a war on terror not called terror going on, four scandals and a mess of an economy.. George Bush decides to discuss this. I would much rather hear him talk about Benghazi or Egypt, as what he did best in office was to protect us.
I know people like him, but if I hear they like him one more time, I will simply answer it this way: How much does likability COST US? Amnesty is no laughing matter. The 20 million added illegals is no laughing matter, so can someone please help me wipe that grin off of George Bush’s face?! Thank you.
Here is Bush 43 peaking at a citizenship ceremony in Dallas, again, insisting that we have a problem.. that the laws governing the immigration system aren’t working; that the system is broken, and we have to be more compassionate.
Mr. Bush, the politicians are broken, and that is why the laws are not working!
After all I have learned about Immigration Reform being a Communist-driven agenda, I personally wonder why anyone would come out to support this bill, and yet, here they are. The Bushes. Pushing Amnesty when they know we do not want it. When they (should know) it will not help the Republican Party. Are the Bushes getting Alynsky-itish? Based on what I’ve seen.. It looks like they might be. We have a huge problem, Dallas!