Sunday, January 15, 2012

Sunday Question for Conservatives

During the current nomination fight, is there any public policy issue that you wish the candidates were discussing more?


  1. Replies
    1. Since I'm interested in space policy, what were you hoping they would say?

  2. TSA screening.

    Changing legal immigration; I favor reducing low skilled and increasing higher skilled immigration.

  3. Affirmative action. To win the general election, Republicans need a super-majority among white voters. The injustice of racial preferences is one issue that plays among younger whites who are not necessarily conservative on other issues, and can therefore increase Republican support among young voters. I wish a candidate would point out that affirmative action and liberal immigration policy are on a collision course, that every illegal Hispanic immigrant's children are given preference in the competition for college admissions, jobs, promotions, and government contracts over the majority population of this country.


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