Skip to comments.Exclusive: White House, GOP Leadership Ignore Facts to Attack Steve King
Posted on 07/24/2013 3:34:12 PM PDT by man_in_tx
President Barack Obamas White House Press Secretary Jay Carney joined House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Speaker John Boehner in making an inaccurate attack on Rep. Steve King (R-IA) over comments he made about efforts to grant amnesty to illegal aliens who entered America illegally while they were still minors. . . .
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Many of these dreamers are tattooed thug wannabes. We don’t need them hanging around. Why is ICE trolling the prisons for them and passing out get out of jail free cards?
The politicians only want some votes from hispanic’s and could care less about their own citizens.
They are doing the filthy jobs that real Americans won't do so that their democrat masters don't have to take all the blame.
Sigh. The GOP wants to lose.
Some Republicans are worried too much about the Hispanic vote, just as they were the Independent vote.
Romney got the Independent vote but STILL lost, because too many from the BASE stayed home.
The same thing will happen IF they ignore the BASE in order to get the Hispanic vote.
There are far more conservatives than Hispanics, and even many Hispanics are conservatives.
If amnesty passes, there will be no Republican base.
It seems the GOP establishment is trying it’s best to become a minor party. They might want to call their Party the Stupid Party when that happens.
What does it tell us when Cantor, Boehner and Carney agree on the wrong facts? You’re in “good” company - Cantor and Boehner - when you are on the same page with Obama’s WH secretary.
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