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If Rubio's Amnesty is So Great, Why is He Lying?

Scott1205 Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 1:03 PM
Wrong. Let me put this into perspective for you. 10% of 2012 voters were Hispanic, of that 10% only 73% voted Democrat. 28% of 2012 voters were Evangelicals or Social Conservatives, 78% voted Republican. Now the talking heads tell the GOP to dump the Social Cons and pander to the Hispanics. That's political suicide. Hispanics vote for Dems because they promise them free stuff bought with white people's money, just like they do with the black vote. You cannot change this unless you change the principles of the party and basiclly become Democrat Imitators. Why would you vote for the imitator when you can vote for the real thing?
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 1:35 PM

You're SO clever, Scott. Unfortunately none of your nonsense is practical. With people like you helping, America will have an illegal immigrant underclass for fifty more elections and we'll have another fifty Democrat presidents.

Then they'll seat Bill Ayers and John F Kerry on our Supreme Court bench. All because of your wonk.

Scott1205 Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 1:08 PM
Finally, we are a nation of laws. If the laws on immigration, fraud, and identity theft (and often a host of traffic and property laws too) can be considered irrelevant and inconsequential for a segment of society then why should we obey any other laws?

Why then should there be consquences to the guy who decides he likes your car and beats you within an inch of your life and takes it? I mean the guy just wanted to live the American Dream of having a nice car right? How about your house? He just wanted his kids to live the American Dream of living in a nice house right?

When Republicans start lying like Democrats, you can guess they are pushing an idea that's bad for America. During his William Ginsburg-like tour of the Sunday talk shows last weekend, Sen. Marco Rubio was the Mount Vesuvius of lies about his immigration bill.

Here is how Rubio explained the powerful border-enforcing mechanism in his bill on "Fox News Sunday," which he denied was merely a meaningless goal:

"Basically, Homeland Security will have five years to meet that goal. If after five years, Homeland Security has not met that number, it will trigger the Border Commission, who will then...