Even Marco Rubio Says We Need To Deport The Illegal Kids Streaming Over The Border RIGHT NOW
Sometimes even the most conservative of us has: to take a controversial stand, and Marco Rubio (R, Florida) agrees. The typical “D” spin on this issue tries to make it about compassion, when in reality, the issue is fiscal responsibility to constituents living in the state of Florida, and bigger picture, The United States.
Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell questioned Republican Senator Marco Rubio on Tuesday’s CBS This Morning over the increase in the number of children illegally entering the U.S., and whether immigration reform is going to be revived in Congress. Rose spotlighted that Rubio received “some political pushback” on the immigration issue, and wondered, “When will we see thorough immigration reform?”
Rose followed up by asking his “thorough immigration reform” question. The Florida senator asserted that “as far as the politics of immigration reform are concerned, it’s the right thing to do for the country. I recognize that there is political resistance to that issue. But I also recognize…we were sent here to try to make a difference on an issue of extraordinary importance for our country.”
When O’Donnell then asked whether the illegal immigrant children should be deported, Rubio pointed out that “if you allow children to come here and remain legally, you’re going to create a precedent…We have to be very careful about that, because suddenly, you have, unwittingly, in an effort to do the right thing or a good thing, unleashed a massive humanitarian crisis on the U.S.-Mexican border.”
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The United States is a country founded on the principles of freedom. Freedom of religion, freedom of press, freedom to carry arms, and freedom to vote. This isn’t about trying to “shut down” America, this is about coming to America legally, through the systems in place. This is about NOT defrauding Social Security, NOT coming here illegally and having anchor babies. The only way that this will change is if we take a consistent stand in all states, border or otherwise, and take an aggressive stance against those here illegally. Stay strong, Rubio.
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