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Here's That "Dynamic Scoring" You Asked For, Senator

No-Way-Jose Wrote: May 16, 2013 12:41 PM
"But it beats what Rubio calls the tacit amnesty of doing absolutely nothing, i.e. the BO Administration policy" Actually not. What Rubio proposes to do is codify the tacit amnesty (i.e. the BO Administration policy) into a legal amnesty. As bad as the tacit amnesty is for our country, it is still better than legalizing it. With legalization comes benefits -- as in access to entitlements, welfare, and "freebies" that they can't currently legally access. What Rubio is essentially saying is that the tacit amnesty is so bad that we have to legalize it! Does that make sense?
No-Way-Jose Wrote: May 16, 2013 2:21 PM
Illegals get legal status as soon as DHS submits a plan for border security. A plan -- got it. I've got a plan to make a billion dollars -- doesn't mean that I have done it.

Quibble if you want as to what constitutes "instant", but the illegals will become legal as soon as a plan is submitted which shouldn't take more than a few months. In the interim I doubt that the Obama administration is going to be enforcing current immigration laws too strictly.

Legalization is amnesty and the legalization is near instant and irrevocable.

Stuart95 Wrote: May 16, 2013 2:13 PM
Read the Web page. You don't have to believe it, but perhaps it will help dispel the "instant amnesty" misinformation.