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Download at your own risk; do not attempt to modify it or risk bricking your computerwasting your time. The New York Times has an oped claiming that the Republican Party has lost its way by not embracing immigration reform. The Times writer, Nicholas Kristof, who is Jewish, goes on to say that for centuries, Christians and Jews have been moving among themselves and among Americans as a whole in a manner that has allowed for the creation of new communities that have remained stable enough to stay on our land. He then goes on to claim:So our way of seeing the world is fundamentally different from yours. It is also fundamentally different from the way most Republicans see it. This is a common refrain from the Left about Republicans, but Kristof is simply wrong. The immigration issue, to be sure, has always been a hot-button issue for conservatives. Its a tough issue because it involves competing visions of the countrys future and has strong emotional meaning for many people. But the idea that Republicans lack an idea of the country is a common liberal trope, and the fact that Kristof is peddling it in the pages of the Times is a little rich. As Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit points out, Kristof says the Times writers were not trying to shill for any side of the immigration debate. Kristof goes on to claim that Republicans need to recognize that they dont need to become a big tent for the sake of having a big tent. This is a pretty strange claim given that Kristof has long argued that ideological purity is the death of good politics, but its also a false one when it comes to immigration. On the right, there are those who argue that immigration reform will hurt the Republican Party in the long term, and in some cases that it needs to be replaced with more traditional social policies but the reality is it makes no difference if its a big tent or not. The issue is whether the people whose votes youre courting are open-borders Democrats or Tea Party Republicans. Kristof concludes his argument by saying that there will come a time when Republicans will have to join with Democrats to build a better, grander, more perfect union. But he does not elaborate on when that time is, nor on what his ideal Republican-Democrat compromise looks like. I am just saying that Kristofs argument that Republicans need to join with Democrats to build a better, grander, more perfect union ignores the fact that the GOP.

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