By Esther Cepeda
After reading former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s book “Immigration Wars: Forging an American Solution,” it’s very hard to imagine how any moderate, willing-to-compromise person could find much fault with this ode to the many benefits of earnest, hardworking, U.S.-loving immigrants.
Naysayers have already declared the tone of the book too harsh, but then again, they’re probably the same people who harrumphed in self-recognition when Bush and his co-author Clint Bolick described the far-left fringes of the debate as those who wouldn’t be satisfied until the borders were simply opened.
Cepeda is a columnist with the Washington Post Writers Group.