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

wtmoore1 Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 1:07 PM
What is Anne's point here, other than to lob random criticisms at Rubio with no logical cohesion whatsoever... She starts by criticizing his comment that going through the legal system is "faster, easier, and cheaper" on the basis that it amounts to essentially self-deportation lite. Get real, Anne. There are plenty of reasons why a family would stay where they are and opt not to go back to their country of origin, so we don't need to make our system so onerous that families are artificially forced through excessive penalties to make the decision to return. That's not a very efficient system. Families with children or other legal family members might want to stay in their homes for a variety of reasons, even if the process for
Spiritof67 Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 1:45 PM
...it's not like she's a journalist, you know...she's a standup comedian...

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...