Skip to comments.Jack Kingston with Laura Ingraham
Posted on 05/20/2014 11:15:05 PM PDT by ObamahatesPACoal
Laura Ingraham hosted Jack Kingston.
Ingraham praised Kingston for his stance on immigration as he signed the FAIR pledge. He noted that few voters ask about climate change, but do ask about immigration and jobs.
Kingston talked about a Contract with America II which is a six point plan of lower regulations, opportunity, lower taxes. With immigration, he stated that the costs for immigration would far exceed the benefits with comprehensive immigration reform.
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On immigration his main point was: No Amnesty. Secure the border. Crackdown on Employers. No welfare for illegals.
He said in the situation he was in he did what he could to cut spending.
why is the issue allowed to be called “immigration” ?
this should be challenged every time that word is used. the issue is not immigration, the problem is a criminal INVASION that must be stopped, which any other country on this planet would have no problem stopping.
I agree. These people are criminals, not aspirants to citizenship. They are an insult to millions of prospective immigrants who have not broken our laws and who are trying to become citizens legally.
Kingston is DEFINITELY NOT a RINO.
“Kingston is DEFINITELY NOT a RINO”, PROVE IT?!
Kingston is better than Cruz, Lee and Paul on immigration.
Kingston will be better fiscally than Jeff Flake and some of the Club for amnesty types.
In the south amongst Senators:
1. Jeff Sessions
2. David Vitter
3. Jack Kingston
4. Tom Cotton
I forgot Tim Scott. He would be top 3 with Vitter and Sessions.
Kingston would be better than most the current Senators in the south and overall.
I think Kingston’s going to win. He’s a good man and a go-getter. Exposure is to his advantage.
If he wants to serve multiple terms he will block amnesty. Im more worried about someone with a big ego like Rand who thinks he will win over Hispanics with his libertarian views.
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