What I am saying is that I often hear the idea expressed that Hispanic voters will not like Republican candidates who advocate enforcement of the immigration laws.
Yes, absolutely. The majority of Hispanic voters will not like Republican candidates who advocate "enforcement of the immigration laws" (quotes intended to indicate that this phrase represents your political bias).
This is demonstrably true in polls. This is demonstrably true in election results. This is demonstrably true in what Hispanics talk about around the dinner table. There are exceptions... but the large majority of Hispanics strongly disagree with the position that the Republican party has taken.
That position strike me as containing the implicit assumption that Hispanic voters will always side with Hispanics, rather than, say, siding with enforcement of the law.
This is also true, according to your phrasing of the question (which reflects your personal bias).
Hispanic voters will side with Hispanics, rather than siding with "enforcement of the law" not "always" but certainly the great majority of the time. I don't see anything wrong with that. Americans have the right to demand that their political leaders change laws that they see are unfair.
I am actually saying the opposite of your characterization, because I reject the idea that they will not respect the law and suggest that there are many Hispanic voters who will not be on the side of illegal aliens precisely because they do respect the law.
You are clearly wrong. In 2000 and 2004 the Republicans were more reasonable on immigration. You were wrong in 2008. You were wrong in 2012. In each of these elections more Hispanic citizens voted and a greater percentage of them voted for Democratic candidates. I don't know how many elections it will take to convince you that you are wrong.
Listen to what the majority of Hispanic voters are saying. They are telling you that you are wrong. They don't respect the immigration law. They don't want it enforced. They wanted it reformed (something the Republican party has blocked for decades).
I think that the assumption that Hispanic voters will punish Republicans for want to deport illegals is in itself a racist point of view because it assumes that Hispanics will side with Hispanics.
Calling people who disagree with you racists is an interest topic. Hispanics have punished Republicans for wanting to deport "illegals", and they will continue to punish Republicans until Republicans figure it out.
Hint: I speak fluent Spanish and I spend a fair amount of time with Hispanic voters. If you use the word "illegals" to refer to any Hispanic person (or any human being) you are not going to make very many friends in this community.
The fact is that the great majority of Hispanics strongly disagree with your position on immigration, and they have been punishing the Republican party... more and more each election cycle for holding this position.
Whatever you think about the majority of Hispanic voters who hold this position says more about you than it says about them.
Of course, the more the Republicans hold to this ridiculous position... the better it is for the Democrats. I don't mind that at all.