The conservative Republican commentator in D.C. argues that the immigration issue ain't the main barrier between the GOP and Hispanic voters, but rather Hispanics' relative low incomes: "What America’s Hispanics need is a growing, prosperous economy so they can work and get a decent wage. The anemic, government-larded economy of today is not going to deliver this to them. They need to get their kids out of failing public schools and have choice to attend private, church schools. And they need to live in a nation in which the traditional family is the standard and it is once again shameful for women to give birth out of marriage. In other words, they need the 'far right' agenda Mr. Gutierrez [Carlos Gutierrez, who oversaw Mitt Romney's Hispanic outreach] thinks is the problem."