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Repeat of 1986: Citizenship to Come First, Border Security Later

sleroi Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 4:44 PM
I guess. If he wants to undue all of the momentum he has built up over the last two years and get primaried. I'm not sure who told him that aligning himself with RINOs like Graham and McCain was a smart move, but I'd fire the guy. I suppose maybe he believes this reform is actually a good idea, but I have heard no explanation why this is needed from any republicans. And the only answer I hear from pundits is because of the poor showing by republicans among Latinos. So we are going to sell out our country in a misguided attempt to retain power?

UPDATE: During an interview on The Ed Morrissey Show, Rubio said he would not support any legislation that does not guarantee enforcement and border security before the Green Card process starts. 

"We have to make sure this law is structured in a way that guarantees enforcement," Rubio said, adding if we don't do both, enforcement and citizenship, we'll see another wave of undocumented people in the future.

Legislation is expected in March and possibly introduced to the Senate floor in April. President Obama will release his plan for immigration reform tomorrow.

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