Gingrich lays out in Spanish general ideas about national security, less government, jobs, health, education and the environment.
His broad immigration policy statements indicate that government must maintain its promise of protecting our borders and developing a new and effective temporary workers program.
The text adds that the United States is a country of immigrants that has drawn its energy from its people, but that it is also a nation of laws and must have a legal process of immigration and must not support illegal immigration.
It concludes that any new visa workers system created to integrate illegal immigrants must use the latest technology to make violating that system impossible.
Speaking as someone with a Hispanic Republican voter in the household, we aren't looking for Spanish websites advocating "technology" enhanced amnesty. Get out of the way Gingrich, we are looking for a real conservative in 2012.