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By - June 13, 2013

Good Bye Presidential Aspirations

Senator Marco Rubio has been the darling of the Tea Party and conservatives across the nation.  He seemed fearless and unashamed of his conservative ideology.

I have been a huge fan of his, hoping he would have run against Obama in the 2012 election cycle.  That of course did not happen and it may have been a blessing.

We have all heard about the “Gang of Eight” in the senate who are trying to craft a bi-partisan immigration bill.  Most conservatives worried about the bill, especially since the “Gang” is comprised of the likes of Chuckie Schumer and Dick Turbin (Durbin) on the democrat side and John McCain and Lindsey Grahanesty (Graham) as the Establishment plants for the republicans.  Already you know all four democrats are for full blown amnesty as well as McCain and Graham, so that leaves just two senators to speak up for the citizens of this nation and those who have been laboring for years to become citizens, the legal way.

Marco Rubio has insisted that he will leave the “Gang of Eight” if the new immigration bill doesn’t guarantee border security first and no shot at getting into the welfare system, at least until after they obtain legal status, which was suppose to take years to obtain.  This all sounded good, but we have heard the rumblings of something else going on, something most conservatives fear will happen, then Rubio spilled the beans to Univision:

“Let’s be clear, nobody is talking about preventing the legalization,” Rubio said on Univision on Sunday. “The legalization is going to happen. That means the following will happen: first comes the legalization. Then come the measures to secure the border. And then comes the process of permanent residence.”

Rubio went on to say during that Univision interview that such “legalization” measures in this bill are “not conditional.”

Now Rubio is out playing the politician.  Sean Hannity cornered Rubio on his comments made to Univision:

Hannity noted during his interview with Rubio on Wednesday: “I remember when I first interviewed you about this and I asked you very specifically, ‘Do you support border security first,’ and your answer was ‘yes.’”

Rubio responded: “Right, but it is border security before the green card. The problem is in the interim you have to do something with the people who are here illegally so we know who they are.”

Wow, Marco, you sound just like Chuckie Schumer.

Marco, you do know that once the illegal aliens are given “legalization” there will be no stopping them from receiving welfare benefits and voting.  You can argue this, but in the end the democrats will demagogue the issue and the republicans will bend over forward for this.

Reagan relented to amnesty for 3 million illegal aliens, who by in large lived in California.  Before amnesty republicans had an equal shot in California, after amnesty the republican party in California is as extinct as the woolly mammoth.  Allow over 11 million illegal aliens to get legalization and the entire republican party will become extinct, living only in the history books right next to the extinct Doo Doo Bird.

I once believed in Rubio, now I believe Marco Rubio is just another in a long line of republicans who crossed over to the dark side.

Where is the Marco Rubio I once believed in?   MARCO!…..POLO!….MARCO!…..AMNESTY!

 

 

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