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Will Immigration Reform Kill Rubio's Presidential Chances?

rgama Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 6:58 AM
What would Presidential Candidate Rubio accomplish? 1) Split the base of the GOP 2) Fail to deliver the national Hispanic vote. Anyone who knows anything about Hispanic voters (i.e. NOT a Conservative) knows that a Cuban-American Tea Partier from South Florida will not do better among Hispanic voters than McCain or Romney.
Mark1853 Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 10:40 AM
The GOP base is now on the offensive against Conservative Candidates. McCain probably isn't running again, and Romney definitely finished with the Presidential Contest.

That leaves Rubio, and other true Conservatives. Ignore the Propaganda from both dying Parties. Focus on the Living Future.
americathebeautiful Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 8:05 AM
And gggggrrrrrrrmama, have you ever known or do you currently know an Hispanic? If you have had or have even a blinking acquaintance with an Hispanic, you would have noted that they are basically CONSERVATIVE in all of their life choices including RELIGION.

The mere fact that they CURRENTLY vote for demonic interlopers like an obama, is ONLY because when they get into this country (ILLEGALLY) they want ALL of those santa claus goodies - you know WELFARE and FREE HEALTH CARE and SNAP CARDS and only because they've been brainwashed into thinking that America is the land of FREE HAND OUTS milk and honey.
BUT.......moron gggggrrrrrrmama, THAT WILL CHANGE VERY SOON!
WE DON'T HAVE THE MONEY YOU MORON!
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...