So an article about conservatives sticking to the facts and not exploiting peoples anger to push an immigration policy by painting immigrants with a broad brush is somehow defending liberals and their arguments? This article was specifically about how conservatives should approach the issue. I get the feeling that you started the article off with a preconceived notion based off of the OP. The author of the article has authored books with the titles "Useful Idiots: How Liberals got it wrong got it wrong in the cold war and still blame America first" and "Do-gooders: How liberals hurt those they claim to help (and the rest of us)". I don't think she's exactly pushing some liberal agenda here.