GOP Talks About Immigration Reform But Will It Change Its Tone?

The Huffington Post
November 13, 2012

We made history. After all the doubts and questions about Latino voter turnout, the fastest-growing minority group in the country squashed all hearsay and pundit-talk in record numbers, carrying President Obama to reelection and giving other Democratic candidates the push they needed.

Now, we are hearing a wave of chatter from conservative GOP figureheads and like-minded company calling out their party on the subject of Latinos and immigration. Time to change their hardline approach to America’s immigrants and push for immigration reform, they say. Suddenly they are “immigrants,” not just illegals. Perhaps sanity is breaking out.

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