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I agree to a degree... but what if it is unable to last if we are to continue with the present course of actions?
I think you mistake the "why" of the Latino vote. The majority are hard core Catholics. Take away the immigration issue, and I don't believe the Democrats would hold the majority of that vote.
Perhaps the conservatives need to find a Catholic candidate and recalibrate their parties. While it may seem like it would be exspensive, if the USA redrafted and enacted other legislation, such as marijuana legalization it would happen overnight.
Actually being a Latino there is a lot more to it than that, the Mexican heroes are socialists and communists- Pancho Villa etc. and Mexico is miles to the left in the US the Latino vote is still further left despite the conservative Cubans.
Are you suggesting that the Federal Republic redraft itself to become more open to democracy with versatile properties that make dissolving borders easier, while dissolving particular areas of power that have become too consolidated in weight?
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Old Empresario says
That sounds very good that the assimilation of cultural values is happening with such a wide spread occurence. Of which, this is precisely why we need to make preparations and draft as to how we will assimilate the necessary values to acquire harmony