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Exclusive Interview: Rubio Calls Immigration Proposal a "Starting Point"

Jeff P Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 11:13 AM
Good grief Senator Rubio! The 'border security' portion of this bill is just a farce. Did you really, seriously, put that out there? You've got to be kidding. You say that if conservatives have a better idea, put it out there. IT'S BEEN OUT THERE FOR YEARS! Actually secure the damned border? No more idiotic commissions and other government do-nothing drivel. Just secure the border with every means available. Why are you not getting that?
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 2:19 PM
O he gets it and he doesn't want that..He is the one the Establishment is grooming for our next farce of a Presidenital election and that tells me the main reason why the GOP will not go after the fraud in the White House..because from what I understand he is not an NBC..according to the Constitution..that per Sen Leahy and Micheal Chertoff means he would have to have TWO American citizen parents. Both parties have had schemes to go around that article in the past by pushing legislation not Amendments. He has never denied any of the calls for him to run has he? Says a lot about his integrity. Any Republican who works with the Demon RATS on anything are Stupid.
Jeff P Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 11:14 AM
s/b 'Actually secure the damned border!'

In an exclusive interview with Townhall, Sen. Marco Rubio repeatedly emphasizes that the "Gang of Eight" framework on comprehensive immigration reform is not a "take it or leave it" proposition.  He strongly encourages fellow conservatives to help improve and strengthen the bill as the legislative process advances.  Below is the audio and transcript of the full exchange, which will air on my radio program this weekend.  Rubio addresses various provisions within the legislation, as well as some conservatives' objections -- general and specific -- to the framework: