Sean Hannity suddenly sees the immigration light? Yeah Right!

Sean Hannity suddenly sees the immigration light? Yeah Right!

Forget the maharishis and the ascetic Indian gurus. Apparently all you really need to achieve enlightenment in this life is to have your political ass handed to you on a polished silver platter!
The fricken’ hilarious thing is, Fox News screecher Sean Hannity didn’t even have the good sense to, like an elated widow weeping over her obnoxious dead husband, pretend to anguish over the issue long enough that we might actually believe him.
Nope! Instead, he pulls what will forever hence be referred to as a “Romney” by making the immigration reform shift virtually overnight:
I think you control the border first. You create a pathway for those people that are here — you don’t say you’ve got to go home. And that is a position that I’ve evolved on. Because, you know what, it’s got to be resolved. The majority of people here, if some people have criminal records you can send them home, but if people are here, law-abiding, participating for years, their kids are born here, you know, first secure the border, pathway to citizenship, done.”
So now he’s “evolved.” So now a Republican suddenly believes in evolution? Perhaps I’m just a wee bit cynical, but what I believe he believes in is the fact the GOP can’t win the White House with 71 percent of Hispanics voting for the opposition.
What the arrogant Mr. Hannity really means is, as long as you mow his lawn, take care of his kids, and clear off his restaurant table he’ll let you stay. He ain’t exactly welcoming you to the party.
So to my esteemed Hispanic bretheren and sisteren I say this! Don’t be fooled by those always expedient GOP pundits. Remember when we talked about how Romney would be headed for the White House if only he’d been willing to embrace Florida Senator Marco Rubio?
Well, the real reason he didn’t do that is the Koch brothers and their ilk made it quite clear that they couldn’t bear the thought of Rubio running for president in eight short years. So he chose the Wisconsin version of Eddie Munster instead.
Unless and until the GOP truly gives Hispanics a seat at the table, please don’t believe Sean Hannity’s sudden bout of BS. While his “change of heart” might be signalling some sort of shift, as a famous president once said, “trust but verify.”
How many Hispanic judges do we have in Kane County?

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