By now, you’ve read ad-nauseum about evil Don Wagner signing a letter asking Congress to reform immigration.
The same man with a lifetime 92% CRA Score that is derided as anti-immigrant amongst other things supports (gasp) open borders and measles outbreaks? Set aside the hyperbole – reforming immigration policy and especially enforcement is something 80% of Americans agree with.
There is another problem. Moorlach agrees with Wagner
When Orange County’s overlord John Moloch was shopping for a new temple, he was quoted liberally in the Orange County Register. Moloch has run for Governor, Congress and now State Senate in the last two years.
Let’s focus on this quote:
Moorlach, who emigrated as a child with his parents from the Netherlands to Orange County, said it’s not time yet to discuss his views on issues such as immigration, as that would imply he’s made up his mind to run. However, he said, “I prefer some of the proposals that have been proffered by the Lincoln Club and Sen. Marco Rubio.”
Last year, the Lincoln Club adopted a policy statement on immigration reform that would allow undocumented immigrants to transition to guest-worker status and a pathway to legal residency, not citizenship.
Now that sounds pretty similar to Don Wagner’s stance, now doesn’t it?
In a 6/21/2013 Column written by Martin Wisckol, the Orange County Lincoln Club tore in to Dana Rohrbacher for taking a hard line on immigration. (I have a paper copy but the link is gone from the register website) The Lincoln Club expressed public support for Marco Rubio’s plan that legalizes 11 million illegal aliens. (Which I support) The Lincoln Club went neutral on the full-blown path to citizenship that Rubio’s plan was bastardized in to by the Reid-Controlled Senate.
This is what Mr. Moorlach said he preferred. Now what was the deal about that letter Wagner signed again? It looks like Moorlach went further than Wagner on this issue.
Now, we are back to all those “lackluster” Republican candidates Wagner has helped elect while Moorlach has been office shopping for himself. Nothing to see here, who cares about Young Kim, Andy Vidak, Janet Nguyen, Marc Steinorth, Tom Lackey, David Hadley and Catherine Baker. (Vidak, Hadley and Baker all hold lopsidedly Democrat districts)
P.S. The CRA endorsed John Moorlach, I write as an individual retaining my first amendment right to hammer him.
P.P.S. It is also my custom to give my victims a nickname. I’d encourage you to google Moloch.