Over the last month there has been a donnybrook of sorts in the pages of the Wall Street Journal between Richard Nadler, the president of Americaâ€™s Majority Foundation, and former Congressman J.D. Hayworth of Arizona. At issue is exactly why Mr. Hayworth lost his last bid for reelection to the House of Representatives in 2006. Nadler claims it was J.D.â€™s overzealous illegal immigration policy suggestions that culminated in a â€œdeportationist policyâ€ revealing an antipathy toward Hispanics that caused Hispanic and white voters to consider Hayworth an extremist on the issue making them shy away from pulling the lever for him in the voting booth. Hayworth, for his part, lays the blame for his loss on the perennial need of voters to occasionally vote an incumbent out of office â€” a â€œsix-year itchâ€ as he calls it. Hayworth also says that president Bushâ€™s failures to control the border caused the voters to react in frustration at him simply because he is a member of the presidentâ€™s party.