Why Republicans’ position on immigration is a political loser

Widespread Hispanic support for Democrats on Tuesday, together with the inexorable shifts in demographics seem to be an impetus for a review of the strategic direction of the Republican Party. For immigration reform, the policy reevaluation appears to be happening in real time.

After all, the national exit poll showed voters still clearly on one side of the debate. By 65 to 28 percent, voters said most illegal immigrants working in the United States should be offered a chance to apply for legal status, rather than being deported. [cont.]

Peyton Craighill, Washington Post