Tangled Up in Blue

Barack Obama doesn't want to be a great president. He wants to be a significant leader -  one of the three most destructive presidents in modern times (along with FDR and LBJ).

Immigration reform won't get passed this year if proposed, but the radicals expect that, long term, all such attempts will marry Hispanics to the Democrats just as Black voters are hopelessly, and self-destructively, devoted to them.
Obama speaks with unusual demographic frankness about his coalition in his appeal to "young people, African-Americans, Latinos, and women who powered our victory in 2008 [to] stand together once again."
While Harry Reid might think pursuing immigration reform will help him save his sorry self, for Obama there's a bigger fight. Right now, Democrats win 90% plus of the Black vote. If they can keep filling the country with one or two million illegals each year, and keep fighting to give them legitimacy, they expect they will gain similar dominance with Hispanics, making them unbeatable.
Turning out those so-called "surge" voters -- who turned out for the first time to back Obama, but who sat out gubernatorial races in New Jersey and Virginia last year -- has become the Democrats' central pre-occupation for the midterm elections, and the new Democratic effort to nationalize the election around Obama and his agenda mark an attempt to energize those voters.
Obama knows this election year is not likely to be a good one for those determined to rewrite Amerca, so he might as well throw caution to the wind and look for the long term win. In the short term, who knows, his voters (minorities, wackos and kids) might be energized to save some seats. Maybe even the pathetic Reid.
Immigration reform is a bitterly contested political issue in the United States but a top priority for Hispanics, who are the largest minority in the nation and an important power base for President Barack Obama and his Democratic Party.
The goal of the Democrats is obvious and evil. Keep packing the country with illegals - with the goal of dramatically shifting the demography of the nation - until the crushing weight of their presence makes it impossible not to include them as full fledged members. In the meantime, the ACORN crowd will continue to do their job as the voter fraud division of the Democratic Party, registering as many, illegally, as possible. And, the President will continue being the divider in chief.
Republicans, who made some gains with Hispanic voters under former President George W. Bush, are seen as particularly vulnerable on the immigration issue, which had until recently been eclipsed by the fight over healthcare and climate change.
There is no credible way for any administration to tackle the immigration issue without first gaining some credibility by making a serious run at ending the flow of illegals into the country. Being credible, however, has never mattered to Blacks, so they figure they can similarly con Hispanics. Remember - the lives of Black Americans have been decimated by the Democrats, yet they remain Tangled Up in Blue. The Bad Guys expect the same trick to work on Latino voters.
Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey told CNN's "State of the Nation" program on Sunday that Hispanics might stay away from the polls in November without a serious effort by Obama to deal with immigration this year. "They see it as a civil rights issue of their time," he said, referring to the Latino community.
It's true that conservatives are getting more conservative as it becomes clear the destructive course of the socialists.