As Republican politicians wrestle with the thorny issue of immigration reform, they need to remember one thing: Conservative commentator Ann Coulter is always right.
If you don’t believe she’s always right, you’re either a weak-kneed Republican-in-name-only or a sexist America-hating leftie. That’s a lose-lose, so the GOP should listen up.
Republicans gathered in Maryland recently for the party’s annual retreat and polka party, and a key item on the agenda was forging a cohesive plan to address the country’s broken immigration system. To help out, Coulter wrote the lawmakers a 900-word anti-pep talk titled: “GOP Crafts Plan to Wreck the Country, Lose Voters.”
In her piece, Coulter puts forth the reasoned argument that immigrants will never vote for Republicans, so to heck with them.
Coulter reached that conclusion after reading what she calls a “stunning report” by conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly. The report seems to be a collection of data plucked from various polls and designed to prove Schlafly’s point, which is basically that immigrants are un-American and the GOP should deal only with white people.
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