@There You Go Again 8:19 p.m. March 8, 2013bush fatigue?Anyone...Anyone...Anyone.--------------------Amen!
Granted that the first Bush was decent and this one has more on the ball than
the last one, but the damage the last one caused is unconscionable and
sufficient to say enough is enough concerning that family. I don't want to
give another Bush a shot at hurting the country.
There is no help for the GOP, least of all on the immigration issue.
One more professional politician trying hard to position himself for a run at
the White House?I'm praying that the Lord will deliver us from
any more Bushes.
The difference is that Jeb wants them to return home first, go to the end of the
line, and come back when it's their turn.4.3 million people
came here last year on work visas and green cards. I think that's more than
enough. Remember the 23 million citizens looking for full time
work.With Obama's approval rating, I doubt anything happens.
We TeaPublicans fully supported Gov. Jeb Bush when he proposed to withhold
citizenship for roughly 11 million ILLEGAL immigrants. Then RINO Sen. Marco
Rubio predicted that Jeb could be brought around and would ultimately tolerate a
path to citizenship! No way did I think that would happen! So I was shocked
when Fox News reported that RINO Rubio DID get to Jeb! Jeb Bush told
MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that he now embraces the pathway to
citizenship for illegal immigrants…and that’s just a day after
rejecting the idea! I am so sick of hearing “I was for it before I was
against it but now I am for it again”! I am just not sure who Jeb would
really be after the Republican primary and before the general election. We just
got done with a Republican Presidential Candidate just like that!
“It’s almost like Etch A Sketch. You can kind of shake it up and
restart all over again”! The Bush family needs to go away! We
TeaPublicans DO NOT want Jeb Bush running for President!
You can't give any type of amnesty and expect it to solve the problem. Show
Americans that we are enforcing the laws first. Pass E-Verify, shut off the
cheap labor that attacks our moral fiber.
This is all fine and well (as there is no way 11 million illegals will ever be
“forced” to leave), but removing the incentives, permanently, is a
must. If we don’t shut off that magnet the US will continue to be a draw
(i.e., jobs, free education, healthcare, etc…).Anything else
should be a non-starter, and if the Republicans roll on this (like Reagan did)
we’ll be having the same discussion regarding 20 or 30 million illegal
immigrants in 2033.
My question is which ideas of Jeb Bush. He's is doing a Romney -
In case you don't have time to read the article - this is yet another
advocacy article intended to guarantee unethical/illegal immigrant employers a
continual source of cheap labor.Its' LONG on nice things for
illegal trespassers, and SHORT on any sort of immigration enforcement