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The formula is raise a ruckus about something and then do something else. Always watch what the left hand is doing.
For instance - 'net neutrality' as a cover to ban bullets. That's how that works.
A couple of years ago lil Cuban exile Marco was all worried about foreigners and their desire to just come here and steal your job. Try this on for size - pulling on the heartstrings of America's compassion. What's missing from the Rubio quote below? My answer at the end of this post.
How Marco Rubio’s Mom Influenced Him on Immigration Reform
In an interview with Time magazine, Rubio said his mother, Oriales Garcia Rubio, left him a voice mail in December that urged him to tread cautiously when it came to undocumented immigrants, whom she called “los pobrecitos,” Spanish for “the poor things.”
“Tony, some loving advice from the person who cares for you most in the world,” Rubio’s mother said in Spanish in a voice mail played for Time magazine. “Don’t mess with the immigrants, my son. Please, don’t mess with them.
“They’re human beings just like us, and they came for the same reasons we came. To work. To improve their lives. So please, don’t mess with them,” she said.
Nothing about coming to America to become an AMERICAN. When legal immigrants come to America to become Americans they have my support - when illegal immigrants come to America and their first act in the country is to break the law and import their bankrupted culture it's time to send them home. Rubio told you what side of the fence he supports.
Yesterday libtard Slate received some emails - now this -
CONFIRMED: Jeb Bush Bussed in Supporters to CPAC 2015
Slate link for anyone interested.
Former Breitbart Reporter: Why Did Obama Join “The Gay Club” at Occidental College?
More Lois Lerner Emails Revealed: “No One Will Believe Your Hard Drive And Mine Crashed Within A Week”
Outside of giving his life - he gave everything. He gave America a promise - to uphold the Constitution - he kept that promise. He fulfilled his duty. We are indebted as a Nation to Lakin's strength and courage.
Sometimes that's painful - but little in this life worth anything is ever easy.