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Rubio's Risk

Andy544 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 12:47 PM
Ronald Reagan just about swore on his Irish grandmother's grave there would NEVER be another general 'amnesty' after the 1986 amnesty, when over three MILLION illegals were sprinkled with 'holy water' and granted the pathway to U.S.citizenship. Now, 26 years later, we have Reagan's lineal descendants, John McCain, Rubio, and Jeff Flake proposing ANOTHER general amnesty for illegals, only this time for ELEVEN MILLION, with millions more knocking on the door behind them. But, THIS time, these RINO politicians declare, its' going to be DIFFERENT. We REALLY 'promise' THIS time that we are going to 'secure' the Border! Bravo Sierra.
Andy544 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 12:47 PM
Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice.....
loadstar Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 9:10 PM
Reagan apparently said later that amnesty was one of his biggest regrets...he got conned by Teddy the drunken driver killer and the Left-- they passed the tough new enforcement laws in exchange for a supposed "one-time amnesty of 1.1 million," (that proved to be 3 million granted amnesty, then the mega millions poured in to wait for the next one) BUT then declined to fund the enforcement.

A friend of mine, Republican consultant Matt Mackowiak, tweeted on Tuesday night that if immigration reform goes through Congress this year "it will almost solely be due to" Florida Senator Marco Rubio.

To which I replied: "you break it, you buy it."

There are two different conservative narratives about Rubio's dalliance with John McAmnesty and the other bi-partisan group of senators on board with his plan. The first is the glowing words coming from Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, and now Rush Limbaugh. Just one day after Limbaugh made national news by trashing Rubio's plan, he praised the senator effusively...