A survey that compared immigrants' views on the U.S. Constitution and international law is particularly shocking. A Harris poll found that most native-born citizens believe our Constitution is a higher legal authority than any international law, but only one-third of naturalized citizens share that view.
Even the mainstream pro-Obama media admit the significance of these poll results. The New York Times Washington bureau chief admitted that "The two fastest-growing ethnic groups -- Latinos and Asian-Americans -- are decidedly liberal." Political Scientist George Hawley said, "immigrants are well to the left of the American public on a number of key issues." Heather MacDonald of the Manhattan Institute pointed out that it "is not immigration policy that creates the strong bond between Hispanics and the Democratic Party, but it is the core Democratic principles of a more generous safety net, strong government intervention in the economy, and progressive taxation." The bottom line is that amnesty would be suicide for the conservative movement.
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