IS RUBIO'S SURRENDER TO LA RAZA SUPREMACY WORSE THAN OBAMA'S?
“First comes legalization, then comes this border security measure and then comes the permanent residency process. What we are talking about here is the permanent residency system,” the Florida Republican said, according to the English translation of the interview. RUBIO
DOES RUBIO THINK OBAMA’S 40 MILLION UNREGISTERED LA RAZA DEMS WILL THEN VOTE GOP?
OBAMA BUILDS HIS ONE PARTY DICTATORSHIP WITH AMNESTY = DESTRUCTION OF GOP!
TEXAS FALLS TO LA RAZA SUPREMACIST
SEN. JOHN CROYNYN (R-TX) SAYS TEXAS SHOULD FALL TO LA RAZA SUPREMACY and the OBAMA LA RAZA WELFARE STATE in AMERICA/AZTLAN.
We’ve got an even more ominous enemy within our borders that promotes “Reconquista of Aztlan” or the reconquest of California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas into the country of Mexico.
“While the Obama Administration downplays violence along the U.S.-Mexico border, authorities in Texas reveal that Mexican drug cartels have transformed parts of the state into a war zone where shootings, beheadings, kidnappings and murders are common.
REP. STEVE KING (R-IOWA) ON OBAMA’S AMNESTY HOAX:
King’s amendment would bar funding for any attempt by the Obama administration to implement amnesty by executive decree. Over the past two years, President Obama, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, and ICE Director John Morton have attempted to enact de facto amnesty through prosecutorial discretion, deferred action, and lax enforcement policies, King noted.
SEN. JEFF SESSION (R-ALA) FIGHTING AGAINST OBAMA’S AMNESTY HOAX:
"In truth, the bill is amnesty first and a promise of enforcement later," Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., said Friday, previewing points he and other conservative opponents intend to make over the next three weeks.
The bill's requirement for payment of back taxes "is toothless," the promised steps to secure the border "will not work" and millions of immigrants currently in the country illegally would qualify for welfare in five years, Sessions said. The measure "actually weakens current law in quite a number of significant areas" when it comes to immigration cases tried in the courts, he added.
"Since an overwhelming number of the workers here today are lower-skilled that are illegal ... you can expect their incomes to be low, they'll qualify for the earned income tax credit, for Medicaid, and program after program, food stamps and others," Sessions said Friday.