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Rubio's Risk

PhillupSpace2 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 3:50 AM
Want to see how to stop a discussion? Just write: 48% of Illegals are known to be collecting benefits from the US Taxpayers! Are those who want to keep them and invite more to follow as the Reagan amnesty did, going to defend that practice? And since the Government is borrowing 45 cents of every dollar of it's money from our non voting children, both the born and unborn, isn't it illegal, immoral and despicable to do that to the helpless and give it to lawbreakers who do not just need a temporary helping hand but historically continue to sponge for Generations, dumping numerous children into the system which their average salary of $10 an hour will never support? Can a couple living on $10 an hour, support even One child?
PhillupSpace2 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 3:51 AM

Nevada is one of the most sparsely populated states in the union, yet they have published figures stating that they spent 1 billion, 100 million on illegals last year!
And we know almost half that was taken from the babies future earnings, practically assuring they cannot ever buy a house or send a kid to college because their income will be needed to pay the interest on the Federal Debt run up by todays Government spending. I am trying to get someone of the Liberal Democrats supporting the Immigration reform to step forward to defend this!!!!!

Why are all the supporters of this upcomming immigration bill so quiet on this subject? Do none of them have the courage of their conviction or are they, as usual hiding under their beds?
Carolyn258 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 7:01 AM
Not true, PhillupSpace2! Opponents to the open southern border and to any idea of amnesty for illegals have been speaking out for years. We just haven't be taken seriously or supported by any political organization with clout. I speak as someone who lives in a small New Jersey town that has been overwhelmed with an illegal Latino population.

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...