Jeb Bush immigration remark could be ...

Jeb Bush immigration remark could be 2016 problem

There are 47 comments on the Northern Michigan News story from Apr 11, 2014, titled Jeb Bush immigration remark could be 2016 problem. In it, Northern Michigan News reports that:

With a single phrase of compassion for immigrants in the U.S. illegally, Jeb Bush has prompted questions about his viability as a potential presidential contender and underscored how divisive the immigration issue remains for the Republican Party.

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Sal

Hollywood, FL

#44 Apr 15, 2014
Jeb Bush isn't any worse than flip flop kings Gov Rick Scott and Marco Rubio.

BOTH seem to go out of their way to reward illegals while saying something different come election.

Gov. Rick Scott backs in-state tuition for undocumented students

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/03/12/3991205...
Sal

Hollywood, FL

#45 Apr 15, 2014
ima-Ilis Myka Ashanti wrote:
<quoted text> One thing we've seen alot of is voter fraud by un American voters and illegal immigrants who THRIVE & DEPEND SOLELY ON GOV. HANDOUTS, these undesirables can't even use their brain for THEIR OWN BENEFIT.....of course unable to function from not using their own head would leave them no choice but to vote for the failed regime a second time. Hell Putin's making a worse fool out of him. This failed potus is an embarrassment first and foremost because we all know he didn't REALLY win either election ! and who is fighting the hardest against voter id ? I can see why we as a nation are the laughing stock of the world !
Here in S. Florida illegals are financially devouring the hospitals and GROWING gang crime rate due to illegals but the GOP here could not care less and seem to disdain us tax paying citizens.

In truth I fail to see any difference between the GOP and Dems as far as illegals go .

the Dems are up front as far as they could not care less about enforcing laws and could not care less if USA citizens suffer due to illegals.

The GOP talks a good talk but in action or lack of action they are no different .

At least that is what I see in Florida
Sal

Hollywood, FL

#46 Apr 15, 2014
wild child wrote:
Yes ima, that is right.the next president will do what he needs to do to clean up the country.so all these illegals who voted illegaly.wont get to stay.obama and his illegal laws will be put to rest.I like to call it karma
Well , I would love to see who the candidate who is going to actually not only deport in massive numbers but CLOSE those borders and loop holes is going to be because if it is Jeb Bush than we are doomed.

The candidates I want who are politicians of action not just words ,do not seem interested in running .

In my state there is not a ONE , politician worth a damn
Cat74

Oswego, IL

#47 Apr 15, 2014
How can you have compassion for people who deliberately flaunt your immigration laws, and then expect you to provide for them like a Daddy. It is nuts. They are nothing but pond scum Criminals.,
delfonics

Chicago, IL

#48 Apr 15, 2014
Cat74 wrote:
How can you have compassion for people who deliberately flaunt your immigration laws, and then expect you to provide for them like a Daddy. It is nuts. They are
nothing but pond scum Criminals.,
I doubt you or your ilk have any compassion for anyone. You dont seem like a very compassionate person quite the opposite. Maybe you may be kind but your posts indicate otherwise.
Guess Who

Sterling, CO

#50 Apr 16, 2014
delfonics wrote:
<quoted text>I doubt you or your ilk have any compassion for anyone. You dont seem like a very compassionate person quite the opposite. Maybe you may be kind but your posts indicate otherwise.
We could very easily compassion ourselves to death in this country taking care of the worlds refuse. We are outnumbered about a thousand to one. We will become what they flee if it keeps up. PROGRESS?
spud

United States

#51 Apr 16, 2014
Sal wrote:
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Well , I would love to see who the candidate who is going to actually not only deport in massive numbers but CLOSE those borders and loop holes is going to be because if it is Jeb Bush than we are doomed.
The candidates I want who are politicians of action not just words ,do not seem interested in running .
In my state there is not a ONE , politician worth a damn
You're absolutely right. Florida Republicans all seem to be status quo neocons. They don't care about Florida or the USA. They care about their own personal money and power. We should draft Jeff Sessions for president, by popular demand.

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