Someone should ask the President and the open borders champion he hopes to succeed him if relegating the Republican party to the brink of permanent minority status and pushing the US towards third-world status has been worth this:
All in a vain attempt to win over a group that will represent fewer than 5% of the voters in 'swing' states this election cycle.
I feared that an Obama-McCain matchup would feature a split of the Hispanic vote, resulting in four years of harping on how no restrictions on or requirements for residency in the US is key to the GOP's future. I figured Hispanic uneasiness towards blacks would prevent him garnering a substantial majority of that vote. So I guess this repudiation of that assumption is something I should find 'encouraging':
One-in-four believes being white will hurt McCain while one-in-three thinks being black will help Obama. Hispanics are more enthusiastically down for the struggle than I thought. I wonder how much the state of residential housing, which is hitting blacks and Hispanics the hardest, is playing into this.