Skip to comments.Marco's Constituent Mailbox: A Conservative Way To Help Undocumented Youth
Posted on 05/15/2012 3:35:47 PM PDT by Mich1193
Today we encourage you to watch Senator Marco Rubio answer questions from constituents on his proposal to the alternative version of the DREAM Act. Click here or on the image below to watch the full video.
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A bus ride home!!
“Undocumented” as in undocumented aliens?
Whatever happened to Republicans using the word “illegal” as in illegal aliens?
No thanks. We have no leadership whatsoever.
I was thinking the same thing Geron. I think Marco appreciates his heritage and the opportunities afforded to him. But this has got to stop now. Build the fence and put an agent or two every half mile or so. We piss money away on everything but national security. If there is a govt employee I support, its the border patrol. Its an endless battle against the same perps over and over again..
I would be worried if Romney picked Rubio for VP nominee. I heard he caused problems with personal use of a corporate credit card. That is a red flag. If he can’t manage a credit card what else has he screwed up.
Oh yeah, and let's not forget the canine units. Everyone loves cute cuddly German Shephards and Doberman Pinchers.
He’d make a good V.P. for Romney. His policy will fit well with Romney’s severely conservative efforts as governor...
The severely conservative approach to same-sex marriage.
The severely conservative approach to safe, legal, rare abortion.
The severely conservative approach to higher taxes.
The severely conservative approach to socialized medicine.
The severely conservative approach to cap and trade.
The severely conservative approach to banning guns.
“it doesn’t create an amnesty special path way”
Sure it does. I’s like saying water’s not wet.
I’m not wasting my time watching horse-droppings.
I know too many American kids who are struggling for me to give a damn about illegal alien kids.
Pretty good common sense solution. Set the bar VERY high for those that entered the U.S. because their parents brought them. Deport their parents, and allow the kids to stay here if they can achieve.
Whatever the solution is, it needs to be dealt with as soon as the new administration is in place. We have corporately ignored this for decades: we all own this.
I don’t see anything conservative about “helping” illegals. “Helping” people who break our laws sounds a communist thing to me. Unless we are “helping” them and their parents to go back to their own country.
Marco, Marco, Marco.
So wanted to support you. Stop pandering.
“We have corporately ignored this for decades: we all own this.”
Don’t think so! Many of us, including the state of California, have tried for DECADES to something about this socialist incursion while fighting the good ol’ GOP every step of the way.
“I have my own version of the Dream Act......it involves two parallel walls with a vehicle lane between them. The southern wall has M2 and M240G machinegun positions all along it and is manned by Reservist and National Guard units that do 6 month rotations. Did I mention the very unrestrictive ROEs and landmines?”
Nice Dream Act : )
I’m sure there are some that fought tirelessly, but in context I was referring to the shared apathy that allowed it to happen. Decades of allowing local, state, and federal government to calls the shots. I worked in 4 embassies in Latin America....and I vividly remember not so much as a question mark when TPS was passed, and the subsequent lack of keeping our government honest by not extending it.
No one has EVER been deported based on TPS expiration. No one.