When: Thursday January 29, 12:30-2:30 PMWhere: The National Press Club; 529 14th St., NW, Washington DC 20045 (Directions)Despite media reports to the contrary, every defeated GOP Congressional candidate supported amnesty or open border policies for illegal aliens - or had Democratic contenders who took tough stands on illegal immigration, according to a new study to be released at a symposium next Thursday. "Immigration and the 2008 Republican Defeat," will be released by The American Cause on January 29 at 12:30 p.m. at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The study is a detailed analysis of every single Republican seat lost in the 2008 House Race, that shows in virtually every race the Republican supported amnesty or the Democrat supported tough border security.In addition to discussing this study, panelists will argueMarcus Epstein writes " Limited number of non-journalists allowed YOU MUST RSVP IF YOU WANT TO COME...." Email him,
- Despite years of pandering, the GOP never won the Hispanic Vote; and past success was overstated
- More Hispanic voters oppose amnesty and support border control than vote for pro-amnesty candidates like John McCain
- Immigration is not a major factor for Hispanic voters
- Whatever gains, if any, pandering to Hispanics gives is greatly outweighed by loss of the White Vote, which is more important.
- The Demographic changes made by mass immigration have been disastrous to Republicans and fatal if not halted.
- Support for border security, national sovereignty, and immigration control rallies the GOP and brings Reagan Democrats back into the GOP