by Javier Rdriguez 17 Feb 2013

Revealing piece that sustains the position -see blog that the right wing in general is divided and if so logically, immigration reform will advance in the legislative process in both houses in congress. This also, will include efforts to amend and liberalize the upcoming bills, in particular the legalization component and the waiting times for legal residence, and finally be approved by both, an overwhelming majority of democrats and a significant portion of Republicans, similar to the vote on the “fiscal cliff.”

Note that the substance of the content which essentially provides the condeming details of the  influence which for decades, the anti immigrant right wing held on the Republican Party. The groups denounced by Alfonso Aguilar are the perceived brains behind the legislative strategy to inundate the country with the failed xenophobic laws, such as SB 1070 in Arizona and 5 other states, which it’s now clear, were intended to create the conditions of hate and intolerance to drive the immigrants into “self deportation” and carried by the Mitt Romney presiden campaign. Not surprisingly, these conclusions, have yet to be reported oir commented on by the Latino National News Networks,  ZAZ, Javier Do subscribe to Latino Political Ave 

Effort to change immigration law sparks internal battle within GOP


By Peter Wallsten,

Feb 14, 2013 03:57 AM EST


The Washington PostPublished: February 13

A new battle has flared inside the Republican Party in recent days as supporters of more-liberal immigration laws wage a behind-the-scenes campaign to discredit the influential advocacy groups that have long powered the GOP’s hard-line stance on the issue.
The campaign, largely waged in closed-door meetings with lawmakers and privately circulated documents, is another sign of how seriously many establishment Republicans are pursuing an immigration overhaul in the wake of last year’s elections, in which the GOP lost Hispanic voters by an overwhelming margin to President Obama.