Skip to comments.Palin blasts Rubio as GOP 'Judas'
Posted on 07/01/2013 5:33:23 PM PDT by drewh
Sarah Palin expressed the outrage of many when she let fly with her opinion of the U.S. Senates recently passed amnesty bill, aiming her most vitriolic comment at Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.
Giving voice to the sentiment of many in his conservative base who feel betrayed by his embrace of the highly unpopular legislation, she alluded to the price paid biblical traitor Judas Iscariot in her tweet, Obama Calls Rubio to Congratulate Him on Immigration Reform http://shar.es/xLWXm Hope it was worth 30 pieces of silver.
After learning that President Obama personally called Rubio to congratulate him, one tweeter chirped: I think it might finally be sinking in to Rubio that Obama used him like a cheap hooker
And this from another tweeter, after a photo showing Rubio being hugged by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid: Apparently Rubio does not remember how he was elected. By showing pictures of Charley Crist hugging Obama.
And this tweet, representing the view of more than two-thirds of Americans and nine out of every 10 Republicans opposed to making legalized immigrants eligible for government benefits before they become citizens: Rubio must be so proud to have Obama call to congratulate him on his POS #amnesty bill. SELL OUT.
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The same can be said about Juan McCain...though I doubt we’ll be hearing Palin say that.
Bye bye Mr. Amnesty Pimp, you’re finished.
Go on Sarah tell us how WE really feel.
Go on Sarah tell us how WE really feel.
What a lovely couple:
Palin is almost wrong. There’s a lot of Judas clones in the GOP like Corker, Rubio, Mclame, Graham etc that these liars make the Last Supper look like a convention instead of 13.
We should send Rubio coin purses......for his 30 pieces of silver.
The same can be said about Juan McCain...though I doubt well be hearing Palin say that.
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In a sense, I can understand why she wouldn’t ‘bad mouth’ him - paybacks are hell - even though his ‘camp’ did their best to destroy her.
What bothers me is when she was out campaigning or speaking on his behalf.
I still am ‘mad’ at her for not running for that Senate seat that Murkowski ‘stole’ that also would have made her leaving the Guv job a little more understandable..the way she ‘quit’ just gave ‘them’ ammo to call her a quitter.
I am greatly troubled that Marco Rubio managed to tarnish what promised to a sterling example of what a son of Cuban parentage could become. It may be too late to redeem him entirely, but for most of the rest of his agenda, save this “path to citizenship” he keeps drumming on, he seemed to be a pretty straightforward exponent of social and fiscal conservatism.
It looks like he was mousetrapped by Chuck Schumer into taking the positions he did on the “legalization” of these undocumented foreign residents, and he seems somehow unable to make a verbal retreat from those positions. It would help Rubio’s case enormously if he would take a much more principled position on DEMANDING the border enforcement actually be put in place and enforced, before any of the other provisions kick in. That should have been his out from the get-go when he was included in the “Gang of 8”.
Fact is, most of the “illegal aliens” in the US NEVER had any intention of becoming US citizens, they were and are trying to capitalize on their unique position of being “illegal but generally not subject to prosecution”, to remain in the US and enjoy its relative benefits (as compared to their home countries).
I think Palin backed Rubio as he was a Tea Party favorite.
Not sure if her Pak donated to Rubio or if she flew in to raise funds but she sure is ticked.
Would be interesting if she gave Rubio money.
Et Tu Rubio?
He’s not even a Republican. Never was.
The rest of his agenda is stuff he can’t do anything about but stand on his soap box and wail. Kinda like the guy that stands behind his wife and yells, “Hold me back!”. He is a lying POS, and I am sorry I contributed to his campaign. It won’t happen again.
I disagree with those who say that the amnesty proponents “played” Rubio. The fact is, he played the conservative base of the GOP and will have hell to pay for it.
That bothers me too. For all we know, McShame may have lost w/o her help. But that's speculation. What we do know is, candidates who she campaigned for had great success so there can be no doubt she helped him.
McShame is just one of them. There are many more including Roberts on the USSC.
The part that troubles me is that the illegals do NOT want to assimilate and accept the American way. 2nd, they plan to vote and turn this country into the next banana republic sh*thole from which they came from.