Are Some Senate Republicans Selling Out America To Illegals?

There are times when I actually begin to think that many who wear a Republican jersey are, in fact, Democrats. One such issue that makes my eyebrows raise is the current immigration reform bill being put forth by the Gang of Eight, which include John McCain (R-AZ), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Marco Ruibo (R-FL) and Jeff Flake (R-AZ). Rubio told Univision over the weekend that before we secure our borders, we'll be legalizing criminals (illegal aliens) who have come into the United States first.

Univision reports,

Rubio, responding to the concern that legalization might be delayed and therefore be subjected to the policies of future administrations: Let's be clear. Nobody is talking about preventing the legalization. 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, responding to the concern that legalization might be delayed and therefore be subjected to the policies of future administrations: Let's be clear. Nobody is talking about preventing the legalization. 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. What we're talking about here is the system of permanent residence. As for the legalization, the enormous majority of my colleagues have accepted that it has to happen and that it has to begin at the same time we begin the measures for [the border]. It is not conditional. The legalization is not conditional.

Catch that? Granting amnesty to those who have broken the laws of the United States is "not conditional."

Oh and about the border security, do you really think that will become a reality? I don't either. Marco Rubio, and shame on Rush Limbaugh for allowing him to even advertise his perverted immigration reform on his show, does not have the best interest of America or its citizens at heart.

Should this immigration bill become law, it will just be more blanket amnesty, rewarding criminals and become more of a burden on American citizens. In a few years, we'll be hearing the cry again on how the system is broken and we need to fix it. That's because we have yet to fix it and this bill will only further create more problems, not create solutions.

Just remember, Rubio looked at Americans and told them "Our bill says that no one who is illegally here gets to even apply for a Green Card until the border plan is fully implemented."

Senator Kelly Ayote (R-NH), who is an ally of RINO Senator John McCain (R-AZ), threw her support behind the bill, calling it "thoughtful." It's anything but that. Surely these people must know that pushing this legislation forward is to their own destruction. This is why I conclude that perhaps we should start referring to them as Democrats by what they do, not what they call themselves.

Ayotte told CBS' Face the Nation, "Our immigration system is completely broken. This is a thoughtful, bi-partisan solution to a tough problem, and so that is why I am going to support it."

The system isn't broken. Immigration laws are just not being enforced. What's broken are the people in charge of executing enforcement of the law.

Additionally, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is also considering supporting the measure if there were changes to the bill, including toughening border security.

Raw Story reports,

Paul, who has hinted at a possible presidential run in 2016, has backed the concept of a path to citizenship for the undocumented, but criticized the bill for not having a mechanism to assure that the U.S. border with Mexico is secure. He also wants visa programs that allow companies to hire foreign workers expanded.

"I am the conduit between conservatives in the House who don't want a lot of these things and more moderate people in the Senate who do want these things. I want to make the bill work, but see, the thing is, what they have in the Senate has zero chance of passing in the House," Paul told the "Fox News Sunday" program.

"I'm really trying to make immigration work, but they are going to have to come to me and they're going to have to work to make the bill stronger if they want me to vote for it," Paul added.

So far, at least, Paul has not put his support behind the measure. I'm thankful for that. Nor has Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).

The bill is also backed by Barack Obama. That should tell you all you need to know right there. The bill would authorize billions in new spending that would allegedly provide for enhanced border security. One has to wonder where that is coming from since his own administration has been crying about sequestration, even allowing criminals to be released rather than makes cuts to government.

This immigration reform bill is a really bad idea. I'm more in favor of dealing with criminals by simply enforcing the law rather than rewarding their bad behavior. Frankly, doing so, is a slap in the face to every single United States citizen that came to this country legally and followed the law.

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  • jackolantyrn356

    Rush said it almost 15 years ago about those Republicans wecaught in the same actions back then as they are ingaged in today... We've just added two or threee more due to these who are unpunished Believers in a dead Constitution.

  • Troy Walton

    The game is nearly over politically. If the Dems accomplish this, There are few choices left to have a voice. Republicans will be out gunned at the ballot box and our great country will become a combination of Detroit and Louisiana.

  • pjm42744

    Some are selling out that is a joke most are selling Americans into third world wage earners. I will not vote for anyone who does not put America first and stop the nonsense of S 744. Close that border and enforce our laws.

  • lndependent

    Why is the a$&hole Rubio or any other one talking to a Spanish station? Doesn't that tell us what and who this is all about? Mexico! After all there are illegal aliens from other countries too. We have even sold out again.

  • Shagnasty1

    Can and will Floridians have a recall election for this Judas?

  • Carl Stevenson

    Rubio is a sellout and a traitor

  • SSMcDonald

    Does a mouse get scared in the middle of a freeway? Does a wild bear dump in the woods? Is it unwise to draw against the Lone Ranger? Do Senators (Republican, Democrat or Independent) sell out America?

  • George Wentzel

    No, most of them are.

  • TexRancher

    Just look at the way they voted today....There are the TRAITORS! This thing could have been killed were it not for them!

  • bigjack1

    Just another sellout for votes. The water in Washington must be different than any other in the country. Miracle Water. Let's see, the illegals become legal but are not eligible for any government benefits, ( don't hold your breath ), will have to pay a fine, will have to pay back taxes ( where will they get the money for this ? ) , will have to go to the back of the line before they can apply for citizenship, Why would anyone come out of the shadows? I haven't heard an answer to this question. I assume they can't vote, ( not sure ). Rubio has been duped. If this passes , all that would be necessary is an executive order to reverse all this. The now legals will be able to vote, and have access to government programs. Let's face it , This is pure AMNESTY.

  • pjm42744

    S 744 has nothing to do about what is best for America its sole purpose is to raise campaign money either to produce cheap labor or garner votes for bigger government.
    Anyone who is earning wages are feeling the pain of an already over generous immigration system. In the latest report from BLS it stated that the first quarter lost of 3.8% in non farm wages was the highest in recorded history going back to 1947.
    S 744 will give 11-20 million illegal's the right to either take your job or drive down your wages even further. S 744 through reform will allow for 22 million new immigrants to come in the first ten years of passing to take your job or further depress your wages.
    We must stand and defeat this awful bill then demand that our immigration laws be vigorously enforced and a return to the numbers (250,000) per year when all Americans prospered

  • angryplbr

    1.5 million are allowed legally to enter US every yr. Isn't that enough? Given that over 12 Million Americans can't find full time employment?
    The gang of 8 should be ridden outa town on a rail! Remember the good old days when tar and feathers made a fine suit for political hacks that went too far? Nothing like good old tradition... lets re-new it.

  • cae973

    When an elected official ignores the citizens they are elected to represent and instead stand up for people who willingly and unlawfully come here to take the jobs away from our citizens and the food away from our citizens families...those officials should be removed from office for derelection of duty and for actions harmful to our citizens and our country!

  • cae973

    The people of Maricopa County, Az must start now, plan now...the goal is to remove Jeff Flake from the Senate because he does not represent us, he does not put unemployed American citizens and their families first...he is a disgrace. He has sold us the citizens of all colors out and sold out our country!