State senator: “It’s a political move to try to calm down the African-American community.”
Tag Archives: Pandering Politicians
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on L.A. visit, Los Angeles Times
Pena: “This is the other Mexico.”
Is Rand Paul playing to blacks or to other Republicans?
GOP Struggles to Recruit Black Voters, Candidates, Washington Post
The party has dedicated $60 million to wooing blacks.
General Election 2015: Look Who’s Not Voting Tory, Telegraph (London)
British conservatives urged to pander to non-whites.
Mayor will “train” city bureaucrats in how to hire illegals.
The Black Caucus wants targeted spending among the long-term poor.
He says Republicans “will come to an agreement” with Democrats this summer.
Will Republicans Ever Understand?, Special to AR News
Jared Taylor asks a smart question; gets stupid answers.
She wants to “honor the dignity and work of immigrants.”
White Men Vote Republican Because They’re Suckers, Jack-Donovan
They support the party but demand nothing in return.
He thinks a majority of Hispanics may be “conservative.”
They want a chance to help build “the next great American century.”
He made the remarks at a meeting of the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Immigration gatekeeper will be wooed at $10,000-a-plate fundraiser.
The only real man at CPAC was a woman.
He will replace Tom Watson. Vote was 173-3.
Without More Ethnic Minority Votes, Can the Conservatives Ever Win Again?, Telegraph (London)
Are Tories as stupid as Republicans?
He hosted a Spanish-language town-hall meeting with Hispanics.
They had all gotten the Distinguished Service Cross but now they get an upgrade.
He says talking about civil liberties–not taxes–will help bring more non-whites to the party.
Georgia Republicans’ tribute to the saint.
He says opposing in-state tuition for illegals would be “cold-hearted.”
GOP celebrates the “great diversity” of America.
Paul Ryan Finds God, BuzzFeed
In the lead-up to the presidential election, he wanted to focus on non-whites.
GOP operatives told to go where “you’re not comfortable” to get votes.
“Today’s opening of this office is the beginning of a new Republican Party.”
Paul wants to make Detroit an “economic freedom zone.”
Eye on 2016, Clintons Rebuild Bond with Blacks, New York Times
Bill Clinton on Obama in 2008: “A few years ago, this guy would have been carrying our bags.”
Rand Paul to Open African American Engagement Office in Detroit, Washington Examiner
He wants blacks to share “the values of limited government, and more freedom.”
Christie Says GOP Must Reach Out, Wall Street Journal
New Jersey governor won 21 percent of the black vote and a slight majority of the Hispanic vote.
Paul Ryan to Republicans: ‘Go into Inner Cities, Go into Minority Communities’, Des Moines Register
Pro-amnesty Republican thinks his party can win over non-whites.
How Trayvon Martin Case Could Tip New York Mayor’s Race, Christian Science Monitor
Black candidate preaches race to the “brothers.”
Marco Rubio Immigration Bill Imperiled by Tea Party Defiance, Washington Examiner
Has the Tea Party changed Washington for the good?
Rubio Trails Hillary, Biden Among Hispanics in 2016 Matchup, National Review
41 percent of Hispanic voters say GOP immigration support doesn’t change their feelings about the party.
A Speech in Spanish Is a First for the Senate, New York Times
Virginia senator is the culprit.
Senator says the GOP is in a “demographic death spiral.”
Th sooner we are replaced the better.
They’re heaping up their own funeral pyre.
He wants to offer illegals “the dignity they deserve.”
But he’s pushing it anyway.
U.S. Image Rebounds in Mexico, Pew Research
Currying favor works.
Rand Paul Bringing His Message to Howard University, Washington Post
He clearly knows his base.
Undermining American workers every step of the way.
Own Immigration Reform, Dick Morris
Dick Morris’s advice to Republicans: Commit suicide.
On Guest Workers, Slot Systems, and Servitude, Center for Immigration Studies
Why a guest-worker program cannot work.
Poll: Hillary Crushes Rubio Among Florida Hispanics, Talking Points Memo
Florida Hispanics more likely to support Romney against Obama than Rubio against Clinton.