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Jeb Bush, as reported by the National Journal, said that “if you believe in the conservative philosophy as I do, it would be incredibly stupid over the long haul to ignore the burgeoning Hispanic vote.” But Levin argues that is exactly the wrong thing to do. The GOP should not seek to divide people into groups for voting outreach because conservatism doesn’t regard race or ethnicity. The quote below sums it up fairly well:

We want the individual to succeed. We don’t care who it is. We don’t care where they’re from. I don’t care what their color is! Or their religion! Or how tall they are or heavy they are or any of the rest of it! That’s none of my damn business!

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