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Will Immigration Reform Kill Rubio's Presidential Chances?

LastStand Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 10:57 AM
So, you don't believe in the rule of law, just say that. These people are fleeing the corruption and "crony capitalism" that has destroyed the economies in their home countries because the rule of law doesn't exist. I don't blame them for wanting to do that. But in doing that, they are importing the same problems they are fleeing from, and destroying our economy in the process. The rule of law is the basis of our society. When the law and justice are no longer blind, you create an environment where lawlessness is JUSTIFIED. For all the talk of "fairness", it's "beyond comprehension" that people can't see where this leads.
Fooling Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 9:44 PM
Beautifully put. Agreed 100 percent.

There is no more rule of law.

It is rule by corrupt blowhards.

The GOP RINOs like Boehner et al are among the worst.

Pathetic cowards.
Conservative abroad Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 9:10 PM

Passing major legislation is not a path to the presidency. So why is Sen. Marco Rubio, who is almost surely running for the 2016 Republican nomination, working so hard on comprehensive immigration reform?

Look at the only lawmaker who has become president in the last half-century. Barack Obama did almost nothing in his brief time in the Senate. His career in the world's greatest deliberative body consisted mainly of showing up, becoming immediately dissatisfied and looking for something better.

Obama never took a leading role crafting any piece of momentous legislation. And some of the things he did do, like voting...