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Axelrod on Immigration Leak: WH Would Probably ‘Take it Back’ If They Could

spectator2 Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 8:52 PM
Richard, Cal may be a little overzealous, but maybe that's because it's so maddening that Rubio, a supposed "conservative" gets a pass on the immigration thing. There IS no real difference, and Rubio, despite his posturing, has always been pro-amnesty, as have ALL the other members of the Gang of 8, Dem and Repub alike. Rubio's chief of staff, Cesar Conda is a former illegal immig. attorney, Rubio is Jeb Bush's protege, and his Florida legislative record is littered with advocating for illegal aliens. So, maybe a little research is in order, rather gullibly accepting at face value people the Republicans are pushing forward all the time. Rubio is establishment = RINO = amnesty freak.

The White House’s leaked immigration proposal caused quite a stir among GOP lawmakers over the weekend, who felt it threatened bipartisan progress on immigration reform in Congress. If actually proposed, Sen. Marco Rubio said the plan would be “dead on arrival in Congress” and would make America’s immigrations problems worse. Attempting to quell speculation on the motive, White House officials are now saying the leak wasn’t intentional.  

By Monday, Obama insiders were walking the plan back and suggesting the leak was not intentional. 

One White House official told Fox News they were "surprised" that...