Letters: Where the GOP is headed

Re "What would Reagan do?," Opinion, Nov. 11

Frank Keating's well-thought-out reflections on President Reagan's progressive attitudes toward common-sense immigration reform explain exactly why the former Oklahoma governor would never have even the slimmest of chances of being elected again.

It's sad beyond words — the lessons that have been totally forgotten by the current tea party inhabitants of the GOP.

For our country and the Republican Party, let's hope these low-information zealots are on their way out and America can regain the vision shared by Reagan and the vast majority of our citizens.

Jim B. Parsons

Canyon Lake, Calif.


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