Linda Chavez asks "Will immigration sink Republicans?" in 2008 and beyond. It's a hunch a number of us have expressed here, here and here.
But now comes a new report “Border Wars: The Impact of Immigration on the Latino Vote,” released by the conservative group Americas Majority Foundation, which Chavez writes "demonstrates that congressional Republicans' ham-handed approach to immigration will cost them dearly at the polls."
The lesson is simple: You reap what you sow.
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