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Marco Rubio Wants Ideas on Immigration; Here's A Few

riden Wrote: May 05, 2013 12:41 PM
The way the Republican Party is attempting to "rebrand" is essentially surrendering to Obama on immigration and abandoning the American worker. Even if Republicans do some leading on immigration reform, and even if they provide votes, the political credit - or a large share of it - will accrue to Obama. There's not much in government the public doesn't attribute to the president. If immigration reform is passed, then he - and not his Republican partners - will receive most of the praise." "If the AFL-CIO boss and their Democrat cronies gets their way, not only would their be a "pathway to citizenship," illegals would get free ObamaCare,
riden Wrote: May 05, 2013 12:41 PM
guest workers would be paid more than American workers and would be able to bring their families along to the US as well !"

On the record:

"2008 Florida House Speaker Rubio supported Amnesty and blocked all pro-US-American-pro-US-Rule-of-Law bills that would have helped to "Block-Stop-and-Reign-In" the "illegal-alien-invasion !"

FLIMEN.org/archive/Florida 2008 Legislation Archive.htm

Marco Rubio
Florida House Speaker
Jan 2, 2007 – Jan 2, 2009
Florida House of Reps, 111th District
Jan 25, 2000 – Jan 2, 2009

It's all documented here:

FLIMEN.org/archive/Florida 2008 Legislation Archive.htm