They’ll none of them be …

GOP Comprehensivists Facing Oblivion: Sure seems like a lot of vulnerable House Republicans — e.g. Coffman, Curbelo, Denham, Valadao, Issa, Ros-Lehtinen, to name six — are supporters of immigration amnesty. That’s to be expected, of course, since GOP members from the most heaviliy Latino districts would be the most politically threatened  (Latinos being “natural Republicans” only in GOP lobbyists’ fantasies.)  But it means that if Republicans do hold the House, their caucus might be missing some of its loudest pro-amnesty voices. … That would seem to make it harder for Paul Ryan (if he’s Speaker) to do what he clearly wants to do, namely bring an amnesty bill to the floor. …