Skip to comments.George P. Bush: “My message to dreamers is to keep dreaming” (Flashback)
Posted on 02/13/2014 6:13:44 AM PST by jimbo123
For George P. Bush, the nephew of the former U.S. President, George W. Bush, the Latino vote has a critical importance in the national election, specifically in states like Florida, Nevada and Colorado, and he has a message for the dreamers, keep dreaming to reach U.S. citizenship.
VOXXI: What does Spanish language represent for you? You father, former governor of Florida, Jeb Bush, speaks Spanish very well. And you?
George P. Bush: (In Spanish) More or less. I have to practice (Spanish) in Texas. English is the first language everywhere but Im proud of my Hispanic heritage. When I have the chance, I use it.
But I am a George W. Bush Republican on this issue. He was the president that actually tried to pass a comprehensive bill that was extremely close to being passed in the Congress when he was President of the United States, and it focused really on three things: first the national security perspective of it, understanding whos coming in and out of our country, because our immigration system is fundamentally broken. Secondly, a guest worker program. We used to have the Bracero Program, which was successful, where you had temporary labor that services jobs that the average American does not have an interest in serving. You look at the rate of illegal immigration during the Bracero Program, it was low because temporary laborers knew that there was a system by which they could come to the country, earn a living, pay their taxes, and be a part of the system. Then finally, what to do with the 12 million folks that are already here, of undocumented status, and figuring out a system by which if they pay back taxes, demonstrate an interest in American culture, a basic
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To quote the reverend Race-Bait Jackson.
“Stay out the Bushes”
So what about the dreamers that founded this country and the dreams of those who defended this country?
And if you are a taxpayer who thinks you aren’t going to get fleeced by the government handing out your money to illegals, keep dreaming too.
No sh*t, Sherlock. Elections have consequences and they mostly vote DemocRAT. Or, more accurately, they register as DemocRATS and then the poll workers in DemocRAT precincts fill in the blanks on their ballots.
My advice to George P. Bush: “Sorry, son. We’re not hiring.”
Oh, and support David Watts for TX Land Commissioner. No more Bushes!
Dreamers eventually wake up to reality.
It’s just not possible to defeat a Bush in a TX Republican primary. Only Ronald W. Reagan did that — in 1980, and it was closer than expected.
Don’t forget those who built the country and still provide for it today.
Dont forget those who built the country and still provide for it today.
I have done much of my ancestry and am amazed at what they did as their part of this country. They were immigrants and suffered and did it the legal way. They did not seek welfare and a free ride they sought jobs and the American dream.
O they are taxed, their ideas outlawed and they are called racists.
Keep dreaming???? Hell, as long as there are Bushes in office, that’s all the hell we can do is dream.
Mexico: Where the filth on the streets includes bags of human heads.
Well, well, well.
Sweet Georgie Pee is just another Democrat, Amnesty-loving, Illegal Alien-hugging, dreamer!
HEY, Georgie Pee!!!!!!
Here is MY job-stimulus dream: “Escort” back across the US/Mexican border, ALL of the Illegal Alien Invaders from Mexico who have been here since 1986, and ALL of their offspring, ASAP !
Stay out the Bushes
Now, now, mind your grammar. It is
Stay out da Bushes
Or, more accurately, they register as DemocRATS and then the poll workers in DemocRAT precincts fill in the blanks on their ballots.
Would you correct this one for me...please?
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