Skip to comments.U.S. Rep.Ted Poe is Right on this (Lib rag defends former border hawk)
Posted on 08/25/2013 7:02:14 PM PDT by magna carta
With comprehensive immigration reform stymied by a cadre of hard-core Republicans who spurn reform if it involves a path to citizenship for the undocumented among us, it's refreshing to find at least one Republican House member whose views aren't irrevocably congealed.
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We placed Rep. Poe under an AMNESTY ADVISORY with 40’ of signage over Interstate Ten. Take a look....
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Ted Poe ain't what he used to be.
Throw him out.
He’s been redistricted.
He’ll cave on every issue the Hispanic Democrats demand.
Then, the Hispanic Democrats will vote him out.
And if he gets his way on a path-to-citizenship-for-illegals, the whole nation will be "redistricted."
There is evidence that the GOP has been rotting inside for some time, and it is becoming more difficult for them to hide it. Maybe future leftist writers will call GW Bush, because he was caving long before these guys, "brilliant."
I have another word in mind.
” Lib rag defends former border hawk now that redistricting has made him have to kizzazz to hispanics AND since he’s changed his stance on building the d@#n fence.”
98% of politicians only care about themselves.
” Maybe future leftist writers will call GW Bush, because he was caving long before these guys, “brilliant.”
I have another word in mind.”
Mine is NWO Traitor.
Nearly all of these Congresscritters are prostitutes.
The perks and pay are simply too great for most of these egotists to ignore.
Given a choice between a political career with limitless perks and principle, they nearly always go with the former.
Just another example of why we need the disincentive of term limits to keep these whores in check.
B T T T
Pretty much what I was thinking.
Poe claims Supply, of course, is fueled by demand. Surveys rank the United States as the world’s largest consumer of marijuana and cocaine..Department of Health and Human Services,reports......Hispanics. Hispanic subgroups vary markedly in their prevalences of substance abuse, alcohol dependence, and need for illicit drug abuse treatment. Relative to the total U.S. population, Mexicans and Puerto Ricans have high prevalences of illicit drug use (including marijuana, cocaine, and other illicit drugs), heavy alcohol use, alcohol dependence, and need for illicit drug abuse treatment. In contrast, Caribbeans, Central Americans, and Cubans, have low prevalences, and South Americans and other Hispanics have prevalences that are close to those of the total U.S. population. For example, the percentage of the population aged 12 and older using any illicit drug in the past year equals about 13% among Mexicans and Puerto Ricans, 7.6% among Caribbeans, 5.7% among Central Americans, 8.2% among Cubans, 11% among South Americans and other Hispanics, compared with about 12% in the total U.S. population (Table 4.3). With respect to past-year cigarette use, Puerto Ricans have a relatively high prevalence, Caribbeans and Central Americans have a relatively low prevalence, and Cubans, Mexicans, South Americans, and other Hispanics have intermediate prevalences relative to the U.S. population (Table 4.1).
His friends South of the border come north and use drugs in this country and keep the cartels in business. It is not only Americans as he would suggest.
Id like to know in these districts what the proportion of adult white voters turn out and eligible adult hispanic voters turnout. By the time enough adult hispanics vote America will be bankrupt.
Farenthold and Poe should be primaried anyway to save the country whether Dems get the seat.
What did Blake Farenthold do? I supported him (from afar) with donations, etc. in his run, but have been trying to watch all who rode in on the TP wave, closely. Is he another victim of lobby $$$?
In an early hearing back at the start of the year with the Goodlatte and a few others he recounted that illegals are in the shadows. Which is total BS in his state with Rick La Raza Perry as Governor.
It was at the original RINO house judiciary committee with Mayor Castro. Not the Dream Act hearing. I dont think he is as bad as Ted Poe. He is just totally misinformed.
His district is 50% hispanic but he probably would still win if he got 20% or 30% of the adult hispanic vote.
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