Part 2 of Comment in the U.S. on a permanent basis. Although he says certain conditions would be required in order for them to move forward toward citizenship (having a job, paying taxes, paying fines,) what happens to those who can't or won't work, and/or are financially unable to make such payments? Well, as far as I can tell, they would be allowed to stay here regardless, because there is no legalese indicating they would be deported for failing to meet such requirements. Worse, this situation would drain our economy because they would all eventually end up on welfare. Last, I don't know how Rubio can make the assertion that the cost for all this "legal" “de facto amnesty” won't be a problem because they'll be contributing to the...
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