I wonder how many betrayals social conservatives need on the part of the business community before they realize that they are, in fact, being betrayed.
I mean, they do realize it, right? That the push for an 'immigration overhaul' - in fact, the reluctance to enforce immigration laws in the past and present - wasn't just 'the democrats' or 'minority groups' at work, but also the 'business community' that is so idealized?
Do they realize that the so-called LGBT movement - among others - is endorsed and enshrined by businesses, in part because they're one more group that can be appealed to with marketing?
Do they realize that the socialism they despise is in part embraced by businesses that are capable of profiting from it - as many are?
These questions are partly sarcastic, but they're also serious. Really, it's clear that the 'business community' is responsible, in whole or part, for a good number of problems that plague conservatives. Why does it seem to go unmentioned? If someone has an answer, please, fill me in.