"We sound like we don't want immigration; we sound like we don't want black people to vote for us. What are we going to do -- meet in a country club in the suburbs one day? If we're going to be competitive with people of color, we've got to ask them for their vote," - Jack Kemp. Notice no mention of gays as a group of people Republicans could address - from a Big Tenter.

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