Go away! No more Bushes.
Go home, Jeb.
We DON’T want you.
14 Republican Senators just did.
I see that here in Maryland. Was this dreamed up in the 1980s?
What is never discussed is enforcement of present laws, drying up employment opportunities for illegals so they will leave of their own accord.
A mental midget could handle this problem.
Jeb Bush. A thinking man’s approach to the continuance of this RINO’s political life.
Who says the House needs to take up ANY immigration bill? That’s Obama’s agenda.
Enforce existing immigration law.
No more Bushes.
Jeb Bush: A Republican Case for another candidate
Hey Jeb, quit abortion and promoting gays. That right there is why the population of natural born Americans is dying out. Neither of those things replenish the population.
We don’t need a bunch of uneducated border invaders for anything.
Jeb, we want illegal immigration under control....e-verification that is verifiably inforced...before we’ll even discuss legalization. That’s the deal. Anything less than that is you and your politician friends selling out our country for personal gain and power. How stupid do you think we are?.
I’ve said it before - the Bush family would be nothing in politics without Ronald Reagan yet they show no gratitude to him or his core supporters (only about 90 percent of Republican voters). George, Sr. could not win a Senate seat in Texas; he had been a congressman in a safe seat and held a series of appointive posts but never won anything statewide until he hung on Reagan’s coattails. When Reagan was inaugurated, his first official act was to pardon FBI officials who had wiretapped the WeatherUndeground - it was meant as a contrast to Mr. Carter’s first act as “president”, which was to provide amnesty to Vietnam draft dodgers. Bush, Sr., on the other hand, having been elected on the basis of providing Reagan’s “third term” (which he promptly abandoned) gave an inauguration speech trying to distance himself from Reagan on a series of issues - one line in there was that there was “a statute of limitations for the Vietnam War” - in addition to being a slap at Vietnam veterans (by making a comparison to “criminal” activity), I always thought it was a riposte to what Reagan had done as his first act so that George could ingratiate himself with the “better” people of Georgetown by telling them, in so many words, that he is really on their side.
I will never again vote for another Bush - they have been a disaster for the nation and for the Republican Party.
This includes "open season" being declared on anyone trying to cross the border illegally. (I actually see a tourist industry for people wanting to do some "combat" experience with live targets)
We'll deal with the northern border at such time it becomes a problem.
(3) A process is in place to guarantee that only applicants who can immediately contribute to these United States are allowed in.
(4) A process is in place to gaurantee that NO immigrant will receive any federal benefits until they have been here (and contributing) for at least 25 years.
Once all that is in place I have no problem with immigration.
Jeb married a Hispanic so now he wants us all to get screwed by them.
The only Growth the immigration bill give to us is a growth in the Hispanic population, which will grow welfare and free health care.
What is really need is a bill that will force Napolitano to enforce our current laws.
A vote for immigration reform is a vote for amnesty. No matter the provisions put in place to avert that, those provisions, just like our current laws on the books, will be ignored while the legalization process will move forward at lightening speed.
We’ve been fooled before. The GOP-e needs to understand that there is a line in the sand here. We won’t be fooled again. Sell out our values, our culture, our heritage, and our founding principles, and you will be dead to us.
Hannity asked Ryan the other day if he was concerned that “immigration reform” would create a civil war within the Party. This isn’t some concept limited to FR. They know. They do.
The GOP-e is torn between its donors and its base (not the same people). They are trying to walk a thin line. If the GOP-e is bound and determined to put its donors above its base in order to pass amnesty, then the Party is done.
In 2006, amnesty was defeated because the establishment rightly determined that their base would cry out louder than their donors. Since then, the establishment has demonized the base in their own minds. The propaganda attack they’ve waged with Rubio, Rove et. all and bought with Zuckerberg’s money and ads should tell you how the GOP-e views this. They’re all in for amnesty this time, base be damned.
Amnesty will destroy the GOP. Not in 20 yrs. In 2014.
What happens when “Where else do conservatives have to go?” is answered by, “Go to hell!”
Passing amnesty is a declaration of war. There’s a rebellion brewing.
It’s going to be fun watching y’all bash tubby bush now only to end up carrying his water in 3 years.
That's it. The issue is settled. Just like the liberal oppressors say Climate Change is 'settled.'
All the 'ills' Bush cites as reasons for 'comprehensive immigration reform' are the wounds and scars this country bears because it abandoned the battlements of our sovereign borders and deserted its obligation to enforce EXISTING LAWS!
Jeb Bush, Mario Rubio, and any other appeasing misguided opportunist hopelessly wishing that Hispanics will vote Republican if we 'only' did blah, blah, blah......
They are self-aggrandizing traitors, nothing more.
I bet Jeb did not write one word.
No more bush clan... your daddy is a one world order progressive... your brother screwed us up so badly that he pushed 53% of America into obama’s arms and now you want to turn us into a third world evacuation port. No more bush family ruling over America... ever! MAMMA GRIZZLY PARTY JEB... just keep it up jerk.
It’s all about amnesty, chain migration and dem voter registration. The rest is window dressing.