In the defeat of the GOP candidate by a three to one margin, Hispanic voters sent a clear message to our leaders: No party can take the White House or the governor's mansion or the fancy wooden and leather seats in legislatures without the support of the people who clean them.
Did you folks read the recent Politico headline regarding our Senator John McCain: "McCain fires back at Obama on immigration"? McCain is at it again with his toeing-the-party-line tactics, but facts are stubborn things.
Policy is uncertain by design during a campaign. What's clear is that McCain now frames immigration primarily as a national security issue and his chief proposals center on increased militarization of the border.
While immigration reform groups grow increasingly frustrated with campaign "tip-toeing" and "lip service," feds are placing ads in ethnic media outlets asking undocumented immigrants to deport themselves.