Yes. In the wake of the Senate vote on the Gang of Eight amnesty bill (which 14 GOP Senators supported), the Washington Post thinks the big-money Republican donors who back the bill are the ones with no voices:
One voice lost in this battle over what the right, next move is on immigration for the party? The major donors of the party who serve as the bundlers of presidential campaigns and the funders of super PACs. And, those big check-writers have a very clear preference: They want a deal done.
This is actually the exact inverse of the truth. As Mickey Kaus pointed out two months ago, the pro-amnesty side has nothing but deep-pocketed donors:
Editor’s note: We modified this post’s headline for clarity.