fineman from the huffington media group and an analyst for msnbc. i know that the republicans face a problem with minorities and hispanics going back to the votes they've cast and also class politics. immigrants tend to not be very wealthy. republicans are portrayed fairly as the party of the better off on all kinds of issues and civil rights not as good as they used to be. there's reasons why people new to the corrupt or here illegally would have a certain attitude about the republican party. but it seems to me if you get more democrats because you're going get more hispanic voters, you saw what happened in california. they became democrats. how do the republicans win this thing? is it a catch 22 to be blunt? we're talking about not the moral issue but the blunt political issue. >> and that's the problem. there is a policy issue and there is a political issue. and the political issue is not as simplistic as people think that it is. i mean, if you look at this, most hispanics less than 50% of hispanics say if the republicans do something, i will consider voting for them. >> consider.
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