GOP: The Anti-Hispanic immigration party?

GOP: The Anti-Hispanic immigration party?

NAFTA, which is a creation for the benefit of big business, has as its goal, to make the borders of North America disappear, and to allow cheap labor to flow freely for the benefit of business. The strongest supporters of NAFTA have been the Repubs; the strongest critics are found in the Dems party. Repubs like the Bushes (father and son), Repubs like John McCain and Mexican-US border states Repub leaders, looking out for their agribusiness, were big supporters of making it easier to keep the cheap labor flowing. But along the way, some other Repubs began counting votes, and began to consider another impact of an open border -- a rise of the Hispanic voting population.  This has alarmed right-wingers and Anglo- nationalists. Repub leaders, who used to support a free flow of immigration-- rather guest workers-- have been frightened away from the their support for immigration reform by their right-wing.

Now, I believe the country must police its borders, must be able to limit who can come into a country, especially during an economic crisis. The new so-called anti-immigration law is a "Scare out the Hispanics" law. It is the product of Repubs heavy-handedness in Arizona, with support from their representatives in Washington. It is rank kowtowing to right wing bigots It has little really to do with immigration reform. What it has done is to rally Hispanics nationwide to fight the Arizona law, and to oppose the Republican party which has become the so-called anti-Hispanic immigration party.