Sen. Marco Rubio Speaks from the Hear...

Sen. Marco Rubio Speaks from the Heart for Immigration Reform

There are 199 comments on the WLTI-FM Syracuse story from Jun 28, 2013, titled Sen. Marco Rubio Speaks from the Heart for Immigration Reform. In it, WLTI-FM Syracuse reports that:

In a speech designed to cement an overwhelming 69 Senate ayes for immigration reform just before the historic vote and to bolster his blossoming national political career, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said from the Senate floor, "I support this reform, not just because I believe in immigrants, but because I believe in America even more."

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Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#82 Jul 1, 2013
NYM8387 wrote:
<quoted text>Not as citizens they won't.They would have to work and pay taxes until thier dying day,no right to vote and no government assistance of any kind,now that's compromise
Let's wait and see!

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#83 Jul 1, 2013
Brenda besson wrote:
<quoted text> yes in the shadows like now,until we get a president that doesnt want that,he will clean it up.all democrats dont want amesty or reform.we could get a dem thats not happy with this,dont forget the dems now know americans dont want this,im thinking of a dem who might run he would not put up with this,
Who's the future Democrat president who doesn't want this bill ? Clinton ? Biden ? Cuomo ?

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#84 Jul 1, 2013
spud wrote:
<quoted text>They might be set financially but it's hard to imagine that any one of them has ANY self respect.
Never say something bad about politicians because someday you might be one of them. LOL
Mike

Polk City, FL

#85 Jul 1, 2013
I will seriously consider another candidate when he comes up for re election. All of these Senators, congressmen must remember they are elected to represent US not forward their own personnel agendas.

Out of touch representives must be voted out .

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#86 Jul 1, 2013
Mike wrote:
I will seriously consider another candidate when he comes up for re election. All of these Senators, congressmen must remember they are elected to represent US not forward their own personnel agendas.
Out of touch representives must be voted out .
They don't represent only the people. Unfortunately they represent the corporations as well and those corporations dictate since they got the money and the jobs.
Brenda besson

United States

#87 Jul 1, 2013
Ambro2000 wrote:
<quoted text>
Who's the future Democrat president who doesn't want this bill ? Clinton ? Biden ? Cuomo ?
im not telling who.

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#88 Jul 1, 2013
Too bad :P
See the Light

United States

#89 Jul 1, 2013
There might be 1% from other Countries but at least99%Mexicans.
spud

United States

#90 Jul 1, 2013
For me, the Cuban with the forked tongue is more likely talking from his backside than his heart. If there wasn't so much competition, he might even have a chance to be president of the weasels club.
Kole G

Astoria, NY

#91 Jul 1, 2013
Brenda besson wrote:
<quoted text> I must say that spanish people are very pushy,i dont like that.but I must say illegals from any other country do not belong here.we have enough people.its not just about spanish,its anyone who thinks they can come over and demand to stay.its wrong americans are not here to take care of everyone,if they come here legal its different.
You should stick to your boyfriend or husband or whatever because you have no idea how the economy works; individuals raise the GDP. These papers are going to cost about $3000 per average person, put of those 11 million, which it is going to be around 30000 million, about 3 or 4 million can't wait to have papers to open a business; that's more money coming in. I can go on and on; this is not the 18th century. Go put some pants on and get with the 21st century. You racist garbage.

Yours truly

Kole G
See the Light

United States

#92 Jul 1, 2013
Kole G wrote:
<quoted text>
You should stick to your boyfriend or husband or whatever because you have no idea how the economy works; individuals raise the GDP. These papers are going to cost about $3000 per average person, put of those 11 million, which it is going to be around 30000 million, about 3 or 4 million can't wait to have papers to open a business; that's more money coming in. I can go on and on; this is not the 18th century. Go put some pants on and get with the 21st century. You racist garbage.
Yours truly
Kole G
The average education these people have is 10th grade-if that. Most money they've seen is their Welfare check. Youv'e been listening to only lying Democrappers. Do some research. Its going to be worse for America than better.

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#93 Jul 1, 2013
You need to do some research as well. These people won't qualify for any welfare or social aid.
Kelly

Rochester, NY

#94 Jul 1, 2013
Unlike most Republicans that associate themselves with the Tea Party, Rubio realizes that compromise and working across the aisle is the only way to get things done. Tea partiers that refuse to compromise and continue to denegrate their fellow Republicans need to be voted out of office. It is one thing to want values but another to stop legislation because you aren't getting your own way. Doing that strengthens the Liberals and will destroy Republican party for good. Who will then at least attempt to keep some of the morals left in this country? So if you can't/won't compromise at all, resign your seat and allow someone who will strengthen the party, not destroy it.
Chicopee

United States

#95 Jul 1, 2013
Kole G wrote:
<quoted text>
You should stick to your boyfriend or husband or whatever because you have no idea how the economy works; individuals raise the GDP. These papers are going to cost about $3000 per average person, put of those 11 million, which it is going to be around 30000 million, about 3 or 4 million can't wait to have papers to open a business; that's more money coming in. I can go on and on; this is not the 18th century. Go put some pants on and get with the 21st century. You racist garbage.
Yours truly
Kole G
Hilarious! Where'd you learn this? Sesame Street?

30,000 million? Could you calculate that in billions, please?

All this money? It doesn't do squat for the GDP or the GNP. And it doesn't even put a small dent in the national deficit or debt. National Security, INS, ICE, Border Patrol, new security measures at the borders? It amounts to a drop in the bucket compared to the costs of running these programs, never mind implementing new ones.

You clearly have no idea how the economy-or how the government works.

Individuals alone do not raise the GDP or the GNP. That requires a robust economy, a robust national currency, low inflation, economic development and, as always, new technologies, low unemployment and steady capital growth. And this is just for starters.

Please, do go on and on. I had a rough night at work and could use another laugh.

Yours Truly,

LMFAO
See the Light

United States

#96 Jul 1, 2013
Kelly wrote:
Unlike most Republicans that associate themselves with the Tea Party, Rubio realizes that compromise and working across the aisle is the only way to get things done. Tea partiers that refuse to compromise and continue to denegrate their fellow Republicans need to be voted out of office. It is one thing to want values but another to stop legislation because you aren't getting your own way. Doing that strengthens the Liberals and will destroy Republican party for good. Who will then at least attempt to keep some of the morals left in this country? So if you can't/won't compromise at all, resign your seat and allow someone who will strengthen the party, not destroy it.
So why is it that Democrappers don't need to give in a little, but Republicans are supposed to give up their principles. Don't you think it would be a little fairer for both sides to compromise?
Serg79

San Jose, CA

#97 Jul 1, 2013
For those that are making baseless comments here you go! These are FACTS! NON hispanics are the majority of people receiving welfare NOT hispanics! You also see this out on the streets. Its non hispanics that you see pan handling on the streets asking for handouts when they are perfectly able to work but are too lazy and rather ask us hard working people. If you do see a hispanic at the end of a freeway is because he or she is selling oranges or whatever trying to make a living by WORKING! Have you ever asked yourself why the poverty rate is so low amongst whites compared to hispanics or blacks but yet white people are the majority receiving welfare? Hmmmmmmm??? So think and do your research before making stupid comments that make you sound ignorant and racist!

http://www.statisticbrain.com/welfare-statist...
NYM8387

Lawrence, MA

#98 Jul 1, 2013
Ambro2000 wrote:
<quoted text>
Let's wait and see!
It's the best thing you can hope for and that would still be amnesty.

“Land of Entrapment”

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#99 Jul 1, 2013
Percentage wise, Mexicans take first place on all welfare. Serg79, we are not talking of Mexico, but America, idiot.
Do you even know how a Percentage works?
No wonder Mexihole is so fckd up.
You indeed show how are tax dollars are wasted even attempting to educate your ilk.
Half a million of your species babies are dumped here annually, paid for US taxpayers. No other race does such a thing.

“Land of Entrapment”

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#100 Jul 1, 2013
Let us not forget how many Illegal Mezitos are in our Prison system. The Percentage there is astronomical. More Rapist Mexicans than any other race. Why is this? Unless they embrace their culture of "Rapto"?

“Land of Entrapment”

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#101 Jul 1, 2013
In an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, June 12, 2008, "In L.A., race kills," Sheriff Lee Baca wrote a disturbing piece concerning black on brown racially motivated killings.

* More than half of all new U S Federal Crimes Are Committed by Illegal Aliens, Syracuse University TRAC Says * 17% of Population Commits 57% of Serious Crimes; Rate nearly Four Times Higher than for U S Citizens

Baca said, "Conversations about race are fraught with emotion, confusion and controversy. But that doesn't mean we should avoid or sidestep the issue.

"As a Latino raised in East Los Angeles, and as the elected sheriff of Los Angeles County for the last decade, I have seen many sides of the race issue. I have lived it, in fact.

"So let me be very clear about one thing: We have a serious interracial violence problem in this county involving blacks and Latinos.

"Some people deny it. They say that race is not a factor in L.A.'s gang crisis; the problem, they say, is not one of blacks versus Latinos and Latinos versus blacks but merely one of gang members killing other gang members. "But they're wrong. The truth is that, in many cases, race is at the heart of the problem. Latino gang members shoot blacks because of their skin color. Likewise, black gang members shoot Latinos because they are brown.

"In February 2006, our jail system erupted into a full-scale riot involving about 2,000 black and Latino inmates at the North County Correctional Facility at Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic. One black inmate died and numerous others were injured. Through extensive interviews with participants, our investigation revealed that race was the motivating factor. "Furthermore, we have evidence linking inmates who are known as "shot callers" directly to street shootings based entirely on race. These shot callers at Pitchess and elsewhere are affiliated with gangs, to be sure, and in many cases they may give the order to kill a particular person or a member of a particular gang. But if that person or gang cannot be found, the shot caller will often order the gunman to find someone -- anyone -- who is black or brown and shoot them instead. Only the color of the victim's skin matters.

"I would even take this a step further and suggest that some of L.A.'s so-called gangs are really no more than loose-knit bands of blacks or Latinos roaming the streets looking for people of the other color to shoot.
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