Norquist Wants to "Unite Center Right" on Immigration

Grover Norquist wants voters to know that Republicans are not the anti-immigrant party, and he thinks Texas can lead the conversation on immigration reform.

The Americans for Tax Reform president spoke to the Texas Immigration Summit held at the First Baptist Church in Austin on Wednesday, a gathering of leaders under the banner of “Bible, badges and business,” to discuss immigration reform. Texas Immigration Solution, a nonprofit interest group, hosted the discussion. 

Norquist said the conversation has until recently been dictated by a few loud “bullfrogs” who are hostile to immigration, which he says has created “a completely bizarre view ...

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