A Pew Research Poll shows that on the question of bigger government with more services or smaller government with fewer services, the general public goes 52% for bigger and more, 48% for smaller and fewer. The Latino vote on this question is only 19% for smaller government and fewer services. That’s why they vote Demoleft. Of course, we are told the Latinos are a natural Republican constituency.
Dennis Prager points out that one good thing about the Hispanic vote is that by the third generation here the smaller government vote goes up to 36 percent, still not a big number. The Hispanic vote is not a natural Republican constituency; no matter how often Republican establishment politicians say it. These folks are generally looking for freebies. Back when Newt Gingrich was House Speaker, his solution was to make Puerto Rico the newest state.
Brilliant, Newt. Every politician from Newt’s big adventure would be a Democrat. This was before we expanded to 57 states, of course.
With early voting, motor voter laws, open borders, vote by mail, Demoleft vote fraud, you can see the trend, if not reversed soon, spells doom for the Republican Party. Freebies for all by the Demos - who can compete with that? The allure of free stuff is a powerful draw. The D.C. in crowd of Republicans wants to reach out to the other side, Juan McPain style of reaching across the aisle to “our good friends,” as McPain puts it. These sellouts will surrender to the Demoleft and never even get a thank you from the ruling class.