Skip to comments.Marco Rubio - The Amnesty Man
Posted on 04/30/2013 3:27:22 PM PDT by chicagolady
Marco Rubio the Amnesty man
BUH-BYE MARCO!! Buenos Nachos! Buenos Tacos! Buenos Enchiladas! Traitor to the American Worker...That's you Marco.
Thanks to Jack Oliver who acted on his convictions.
Marco Rubio....The Amnesty Man
Michael Savage calls him the ice cream man. He is such a lightweight.
SWEET!! To the tune of “CANDY MAN”!
“Oh, He’s the AMNESTY MAN!”
What a huge disappointment Rubio turned out to be. Rubio is now a dangerous man. He could help turn Florida blue. Then it becomes nearly impossible for a constitutionalist Presidential candidate to win. Then the illegals will birth enough “instant” citizens due to the faulty 14th amendment interpretation to turn Texas blue and we’re done for good.
Mario Rubio is just another liberal with an “R” next to his name. My hope is that when he faces reelection the voters of the good state of Florida kick his sorry arse to the curb where it belongs.
....those that sup with the Devil need a long spoon...
Who can make you legal?
Rubio can, cause he’s the Amnesty man!
The Amnesty man can, cause he’s a Democrat inside!
He’s the Amnesty man.
Who is the money and power behind Rubio’s amnesty?
Who is Cesar Conda?
WHO is Americans for a Conservative Direction?
Geraldo came to mind when I read that remark. Am I totally off-base?
No GERALDO is an IDIOT TOO!
My concern is that, to my knowledge, neither Rubio or Rivera have ever said anything which indicates that they have a solid understanding of the Founding States' division of federal and state government powers as enumerated in the Constitution.
In fact, Rubio, "the amnesty man," like everybody else in DC, seems clueless to the fact that Thomas Jefferson had clarified, in terms of the 10th Amendment nonetheless, that the states have never delegated to Congress via the Constitution the specific power to regulate immigration.
"4. _Resolved_, That alien friends are under the jurisdiction and protection of the laws of the State wherein they are: that no power over them has been delegated to the United States, nor prohibited to the individual States, distinct from their power over citizens. And it being true as a general principle, and one of the amendments to the Constitution having also declared, that "the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people," the act of the Congress of the United States, passed on the -- day of July, 1798, intituled "An Act concerning aliens," which assumes powers over alien friends, not delegated by the Constitution, is not law, but is altogether void, and of no force (emphasis added)." --Thomas Jefferson, Draft of the Kentucky Resolutions - October 1798.
You mean the idiots that reelected Bill Nelson and Obama?
Either Republican governors start actively working to disenfranchise all citizens receiving Public assistance (they could do this, there is no amendment that would prohibit it) or its all over and it's time to start thinking about getting out before the CPUSA puts up a wall to keep us here.
The Gang of TWO
Implode the GANG of Eight!
And, Rush defended MarcoPhone Ocho AGAIN, on today’s show. Rush is WRONG on this...I’m sure he’s received a hailstorm of emails on it, too.
Just when you think Limbaugh is about to become an immigration patriot he starts mooning over Marco Rubio.
Like a dog returning to its vomit, to quote a famous book.
OH MY GOD, I miss TERRY ANDERSON. Something is really wrong on this earth when Grover Norquist is all all over the place and there is no Terry Anderson.
Good night, Jane. Good night,all!
“OH MY GOD, I miss TERRY ANDERSON”
Yep. He was a mighty voice for us.
And let’s remember George Putnam as well. Terry got his start with calls to George’s show.
You have to hear this great song!!!
To the tune of CANDY MAN!
Oh, Hes the AMNESTY MAN!