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Gov. Rick Perry was on the Laura Ingraham Show and regarding the watered-down immigration bill that doesn’t really secure the border, he suggested that Rubio condemn the immigration proposal by the gang of eight and step away from it as far as he can:

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  • nibblesyble

    Hear hear Gov! I am thinkinig his outstanding advice will go unheeded but it needed to be said!

  • TinaG123

    Rubio is like McCain and the others, he doesn’t care about securing the border. Amnesty is a travesty.

    • M_J_S

      TinaG123 Amnesty is a declaration on the Civil Society, on Law and Order, and on the American Citizen.  We should answer that call by REFUSING to pay any tax to a government that REFUSES to follow our Constitution.

      • cabensg

        M_J_S    Damn straight!! Go Galt on these commie bastards.

      • OneThinDime

        M_J_S We need to sue the federal gov’t for the return of our federal taxes, the costs for illegal aliens’ education, medical care, housing, diseases, crimes, etc, etc, and also sue every Congress Critter for violating their oath of office, the 1986 Amnesty Act and violating the Constitution.

    • OneThinDime

      TinaG123 Rubio is out to favor his own race.  He has stabbed American citizens in the back, lied to the Tea Party that supported him and is absolutely a travesty to the people in Florida.

      • Keyes

        OneThinDime TinaG123 
        Rubio is WHITE. He has a Spanish surname and we have somehow come to a place where “Hispanic” is viewed as a race…..it is not.

        • OneThinDime

          Rubio is 1/2 and 1/2 and declares himself to be Hispanic because of his Cuban father.  He plays to his race just like Obama plays to blacks even though both are 1/2 white.

        • Keyes

          OneThinDime 
          Most Cubans are white too.

        • Keyes

          OneThinDime 
          He’s playing to his ethnicity.

  • terimwal
    • NJK

      terimwal 
      I used to have some photos of equipment Gov. Perry had at the Texas border.  I know he’s made some mistakes, but I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt, that he’s changed his thinking.  
      If I can find the photos I’ll post them.

      • steveangll77

        NJK terimwal No he has not.
        He is just in PROPAGANDA mode trying to fix his record with LIES.

      • Keyes

        NJK terimwal
        Next to last paragraph…
        http://governor.state.tx.us/news/speech/10688/
        He hasn’t changed his mind….he’s just wanting to run for prez in 2016.

    • zane1

      terimwal 
      CNN and the Houston Chronicle?  Why don’t you just use Huffington Post.  HP isn’t any more left than CNN and the Chronicle.

    • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

      terimwal OMGOsh. CNN hates Perry and all conservatives. They often don’t tell the truth and when it comes to the border, they don’t tell the truth.  Pro-bachmann group?  She ran against Perry and tried to smear him. She even stood on Greta Van Sustren’s show and practically accused Perry of poisoning young women with Gardisil, all of which was a lie. I can’t explain all that here, but I researched it thoroughly as did others and it was all a big lie. I don’t trust Bachmann smears. I know Gov. Perry from living in Texas while he’s been governor. He’s been straight on immigration and the border.

      • Keyes

        Marbie terimwal
        Perry did support distributing that drug because the drug maker gave him campaign cash. It was dangerous and you do NOT distribute a drug that supposedly can prevent a disease that is brought on my sexual activity. The drug was dangerous and Perry tried to force every school girl in Texas to have to get the drug.
        Talk about taking away parental rights.
        Also, read the next to last paragraph of Perry’s speech…
        http://governor.state.tx.us/news/speech/10688/

  • deTocqueville1

    Good advice so I hope he follows it himself.

    • M_J_S

      deTocqueville1 Really.  I love Rick Perry, but damn, who is he to talk?
      Its too late for Rubio, his career is over.

      • OneThinDime

        M_J_S deTocqueville1 Thankfully Rubio was outed for who he really is early on.  The same goes for the other amnesty embracer Rand Paul.  Bye-bye boys.  Let the men step up like Ted Cruz, and yes the women too.

  • Pancake3

    The whole objective seems to be to continually redefine immigration until control doesn’t even exist.  Rubio and McCain have now proven themselves (among others) to be untrustworthy to actually prosecute the best interests of the American people.  Let’s see:  immigration, gun control, gay marriage; is there any aspect of the Constitution or tradition that this Congress will really look out for the people on?

  • mikemorrison281

    Yeah, from the governor that stabbed all us Texans in the back on the border issue…promised to build a fence in the campaign and after being re-elected, totally reversed his position.
    How about you shut your lying facehole, Gov. Perry??? You idiotic, lying, fraud…Rubio will lose my vote forever if he goes in with this new immigration/amnesty push. Close the border FIRST, THEN deal with overhauling immigration.

    • OneThinDime

      mikemorrison281 The only thing wrong with our immigration system is that it isn’t being enforced and isn’t tough enough.  Take a look at other countries. Australia caps the immigration age to I think 40. Croatia requires you to have certain amount of cash assets.  We used to require sponsors that had to support you if need be, now legal immigrants are public charges, which is supposed to nullify your immigration and living on welfare, food stamps, etc.

    • zane1

      mikemorrison281 
      Stabbed you in the back?  Really?  Perhaps you haven’t noticed, being a troll and all, that the Texas Rangers have damn near as much presence on the border with Mexico as the federal goverment does.

      • Keyes

        zane1 mikemorrison281 
        You really are a nasty little poster.
        The only troll here is YOU.
        You Perry supporters act like rabid dogs. You won’t listen to anything Perry has done wrong. A person should always be willing to listen to the good, the bad, and the ugly of their guy. You Perry supporters act like snot nosed brats with the “I don’t want to hear it” mentality.

    • Keyes

      mikemorrison281 
      Immigration does not need to be overhauled (except greatly reducing legal immigration). We just need to enforce the laws on the books and many will self deport.

  • Gtrjag

    If people cared more about substance and less about style Rick Perry would be President.

    • uselogic

      Gtrjag  Agree.  And great avatar you have there.

    • steveangll77

      Gtrjag Then he should have NOT called the base “heartless”.  He should have NOT given illegals more State money for College than residents qualified for in fact he should have NOT given them any money.
      Perry is trying to fix is very pro Illegal Alien record but it is just PROPAGANDA.  He believes what he is saying here as much as McCain believed what he said to win reelection in 2012.
      Glad he said it but do not believe he was being sincere.  He only speaks PROPAGANDA.

      • Gtrjag

        steveangll77 Gtrjag I must admit that immigration is not my most important issue.  The problem is not with immigration or even illegal immigration. The problem is with a welfare state that encourages the creation of a permanent underclass. I listened to that debate and I think his words were misunderstood Rick Perry is very aware of the problems on the boarder and he has been very outspoken on the Feds unconscionable failure in that area. However, there still is the question of what to do with the people who have grown up in the United States, speak English, work hard and are decent members of society. Do you deport them?  I can understand the policy of giving instate tuition to illegals who graduated from Texas Public Schools.  Give them a chance to succeed in life and be tax payers instead of dependents. Do you think the Feds are going to do anything about them? You may disagree, and I understand that. But, disagreement does not equal insincerity or lack of Character. Rick Perry more than just about any other politician is standing strong for the Constitution and State’s rights. He preaches federalism the way nobody else does. I think it is also very telling that he spoke at the First Baptist Church of Dallas in spite of all the criticism they have received. He is not perfect. No one is perfect, but can we please stop eating our own?

        • steveangll77

          Gtrjag steveangll77 I was deeply offended.  Sorry but indeed they should go home even if for the first time.  We are not responsible for them, their country of birth/citizenship is.  Their parents came here illegally to give them the American Dream when we help their parents break the law, by giving their children the American Dream, then we reward them for breaking the law and what we get in return is illegals far more likely to go to prison, drive drunk and live on welfare.  Many do not even attempt to asimulate instead they preach Mexico owns some of America as we stole if from them celebrating cinco de mayo instead of July fourth.
          Rick gave them benefits that Americans could not get only illegals.  They got more money from the State for Schooling than the American students he actually charged to pay for their illegal classmates.  That is heartless.  Steal Americans money to give it to illegals.  Seems Rick loves the illegals more than American citizens.  I call this Social Justice the same thing I hate Obama for engaging in.  Reverse racism.
          My sister and parents live in Texas and they see Rick as little different than Democrats in the way he governs.  Now he is trying to get President so singing a different tune but I do not believe a word he says it is just Propaganda.

        • clockwindingdown

          Gtrjag steveangll77
          “However, there still is the question of what to do with the people who have grown up in the United States, speak English, work hard and are decent members of society. Do you deport them?  I can understand the policy of giving instate tuition to illegals who graduated from Texas Public Schools.  Give them a chance to succeed in life and be tax payers instead of dependents.”
          Is this not still rewarding criminal activity? It may be no fault of their own, it maybe their parents fault, it maybe their parents problem for they, the parents, created this problem. They have been in Our Country long enough, going through Our school system,  growing of age to go to college, have they made an effort to obtain citizenship, parents or child/student? If not why, do they know they are braking Our laws? If they are of college age are they working on citizenship?
          To dismiss the point of years going by and not attempting to be legal is a problem. No fault of their own does not make the problem ours, or the expense ours. It is akin to saying ignorance of the law therefore I am not guilty, that won’t work in our legal system. To say the kids are victims may be true, however it is their parents that make them victims, they are not citizens of Our Country, whose fault is that?
          Gtrjag, you bring up the old question posed by many, an interesting question for sure. Do people caught in this situation deserve special privilege, why? Does this not fall back to our boarders not being secured properly, and immigration laws enforced? Did we not face this issue before decades ago? Did Our lack of follow through on the previous amnesty not endorse illegal entry into Our Country we face this time? If we had followed through this situation would not exist, at least not at the level it does. Reminds me of, “The chicken and the egg”…

        • OneThinDime

          Gtrjag steveangll77 Illegal is illegal.  I frankly don’t give a rip if they grew up here.  Boot their butts back to their home countries along with a bill for everything they received while illegally here.  That will cut the deficit.

        • zane1

          steveangll77 Gtrjag 
          Rick didn’t give them anything.  The Texas Congress voted on in-state tuition, with a majority that could not be overturned by a Governor’s veto.
          If you are going to run your mouth, at least try to sound intelligent.

        • zane1

          steveangll77 Gtrjag
          “My sister and parents live in Texas and they see Rick as little different than Democrats in the way he governs.”
          Then they are blind.

        • Gtrjag

          steveangll77 Gtrjag They got instate tuition. That isn’t welfare. Every resident of the state of Texas gets the same thing. The Feds are the ones not doing their job. Texas is just making the best out of a bad situation. I am not for amnesty because I know that it is incompatible with the welfare state. I know the boarder has to be secured. But, I can see the issue from the illegal immigrant’s perspective. If I were in their shoes I might do the same thing.
          The real problem is not the immigrants. It’s the fact that native born American have no clue what it means to be an American. I here people say all the time that immigrants need to assimilate and become Americans. That is true. But to what culture are they assimilating. The culture that embraces socialism, dependency, and an amoral life style. It’s white liberals who are destroying the Country. If we did not have a welfare state. These people would come into this country, get jobs, pay taxes, and within a generation would be just like the rest of us.

        • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

          steveangll77 Gtrjag This is completely inaccurate. Rick Perry has given illegals nothing. They pay their own tuition, just at the rate of all Texas residents.  No money was taken from legal residents and given to illegals, except the Feds who charge legals taxes then give it to illegals in welfare. Allowing kids who’ve grown up in Texas because the Feds allowed it to become self-sufficient taxpayers instesad of welfare recipients is good for Texas. Please do your homework and stop making false accusations against Perry.  Gov. Perry has governed as a very conservative governor. Read his book, Fed Up.  Your relatives got it wrong.

        • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

          Gtrjag steveangll77 It would help to use proper terminology. Perry and Texas didn’t “give” illegals instate tuition.  There’s no giving. No money is given them.  They’re allowed TO PAY the rate that all Texas residents pay. That’s all it is.

        • Gtrjag

          Marbie Gtrjag steveangll77 Pont taken, and Fed UP is a great read.

        • Keyes

          Gtrjag steveangll77 
          Deport them.
          Perry stated in a speech in the early 2000’s that he supports open borders. It’s posted on his website. I have the link if you want it.

        • Keyes

          Gtrjag steveangll77 Also, if you give the kids legal status, they can then keep their family here (that came illegally).

        • Keyes

          zane1 steveangll77 Gtrjag 
          Post the link. I don’t believe it.

        • Keyes

          Marbie steveangll77 Gtrjag 
          You are not factoring the costs of educating their children through high school. You are also not factoring in that we pay almost all their medical bills. When they have babies, we pay around 99% of their bills.

        • BigfootSteve

          zane1 steveangll77 Gtrjag  
          And he supported it, he pushed for it, he signed it, and he brags about it. Without all of those, it likely wouldn’t have had such a majority. He is as responsible as anyone.

        • BigfootSteve

          zane1 steveangll77 Gtrjag  
          And he supported it, he pushed for it, he signed it, and he brags about it. Without all of those, it likely wouldn’t have had such a majority. He is as responsible as anyone.

        • BigfootSteve

          KeyesGtrjagsteveangll77 
           >Also, if you give the kids legal status, they can then keep their family here (that came illegally).<
          And bring in more family members who are still in whatever country they left.

        • BigfootSteve

          KeyesGtrjagsteveangll77 
           >Also, if you give the kids legal status, they can then keep their family here (that came illegally).<
          And bring in more family members who are still in whatever country they left.

      • zane1

        steveangll77 Gtrjag 
        You’re a liar.  Or stupid.  In-state tuition does not mean you get money from the state.  It means you pay what every other state resident pays.  Where do you get your information?  RonPaul.com?
        Perry is a good governor, and I’ll be darned if I am going to let someone lie about him.  Perry has a very pro-active record on the border and if you were not such a low information voter you would know that.

        • Keyes

          zane1 steveangll77 Gtrjag
          Next to last paragraph, Perry states he supports an open border…in August 2001!! Stop making lame excuses that he can’t don anything.
          http://governor.state.tx.us/news/speech/10688/
          This is posted on his governor’s website.
          Your pathetic name calling shows you can’t argue with facts. I have found you Perry supporters to be as rabid in your blind support for him as Obama and Paul supporters are for their guy.

        • BigfootSteve

          zane1steveangll77Gtrjag 
          >> It means you pay what every other state resident pays. <<
          It means you pay what ever other LEGAL state resident who is legally entitled to instate tuition pays.

      • OneThinDime

        steveangll77 Gtrjag If Perry wanted to be a strong Gov, he would declare a state emergency with the influx of illegals and release of the serious criminal ones in captivity and put the National Guard on the border.

        • zane1

          OneThinDime steveangll77 Gtrjag
          “and put the National Guard on the border.”
          Well, that shows just how much you know.  Perry DID put the TxNG on the border, for months, along with the crack Texas Ranger squads along with state owned drones and state owned fast boats to patrol the Rio Grand. 
          Nothing like opining on something and proving you know nothing.

        • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

          OneThinDime steveangll77 Gtrjag Perry would know it does no good to declare a state of emergency. The Feds and Obama in particular have refused to help Texas, or any other state, with the border.  Perry has begged. He’s committed all the Texas resources he can to securing the border, including spending $4 million of state dollars.  Please do your homework and stop spreading the Left’s propaganda.

        • OneThinDime

          zane1 OneThinDime steveangll77 Gtrjag I’m talking about now not in the past. Thousands of illegal aliens were just released by DHS in the last couple of months.  
          How many illegal aliens did your National Guard capture, shoot or release in your example?  Right, ZERO!

        • OneThinDime

          Marbie OneThinDime steveangll77 Gtrjag Far from the left’s propaganda.  It’s funny how you worship someone who has turned his back on the Rule of Law and Constitution.  You appear to be a PerryBot which is very similar to a PaulBot and ObamaBot

        • Keyes

          OneThinDime Marbie steveangll77 Gtrjag 
          LOL, I just posted the same thing above! Or maybe it will post below.

        • OneThinDime

          Great minds!

      • cabensg

        steveangll77 Gtrjag We’ve all become harsh critics of politicians…and with good reason. My take on Perry is that like the rest of the country including many Republican governors we were all sailing along ignoring the lefts influence an influence that many like Perry moved towards. Obama’s election  informed us our country was not as safe as we’d assumed and instead of the status quo we were going to have to return to our conservative roots and fight like hell to even preserve what little freedom was left. I believe like many Perry has been awakened to the dire straights were in and has returned to his conservative stances. I realize we’re all perfect conservatives now but it wasn’t that many years ago most of were ignoring Rino’s and poo pooing a total socialist liberal take over. Perry’s not the only one who’s had to come to his senses and join the fight.

        • Gtrjag

          cabensg steveangll77 Gtrjag I agree. Remember Perry used to be a democrat. He keeps getting more Conservative the older he gets.

      • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

        steveangll77 Gtrjag Perry did not give any illegals state money. Instate tuition only means that those students pay the same rate as residents of Texas. Since these illegals are residents of Texas, it’s natural. The Feds won’t allow them to be deported and we don’t want them on our welfare for lack of good paying jobs. It’s a prudent move. We’ve already been forced to educate them from k through 12. He is NOT very pro-illegal alien and he has no such record. He’s begged the Feds to secure the border. He committed $4 million Texas state dollars to secure the border since the Feds won’t. Please, everyone, do proper research. It’s a shame to discredit a man with a great record for lack of knowledge so easy to find.

        • Keyes

          Marbie steveangll77 Gtrjag 
          When did he beg the feds?
          Listen, you don’t give illegals in state tuition. It encourages illegals to flock to the state. You don’t do it.

    • OneThinDime

      Gtrjag Perry lost me when he went soft on illegals during the debates. Cain was my guy, fell way too quickly, Perry was 2nd.

      • zane1

        OneThinDime Gtrjag 
        So you perferred the guy who actually hired illegals to do his lawn and tennis courts?  Romney lied about that, you know, when he debated Rick Perry. 
        Nevermind that we Texans spend more of our money guarding our border with Mexico than the federal goverment does, and it is the government’s damn job to do that, not the states.

        • OneThinDime

          zane1 OneThinDime Gtrjag Did I say I supported Romney?  Do  you have proof of that claim?  I’m not in any way defending illegal aliens.  If you check my posts, you will clearly see that I believe illegal entry is an act of war and we should have the death penalty.  I also believe our military should be on the border with authority to shoot to kill when an illegal touches our soil.

        • zane1

          OneThinDime zane1 Gtrjag 
          Did I say you supported Romney?  Do you have a reading comprehension disorder that makes you think a question is a statement of fact?
          Yeah, let’s just kill every man, woman and child that crosses our borders illegally.  That will look good on the front pay of the New York Times.  And there will never be another Republican EVER win another election.
          Why not enforce the laws already on the books, punish the employers severely and watch the illegals go back to where they came from and we don’t have to pay for their transportation?

        • Keyes

          zane1 OneThinDime Gtrjag That’s a great idea…and while we are at it…..NO IN STATE TUITION for illegals. Turn off ALL magnets.

    • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

      Gtrjag I’m a staunch Perry supporter. He is the best conservative and has the record to prove it.

      • Gtrjag

        Marbie Gtrjag And he approaches problems from the right perspective. He talks about reducing the power of Government not just making it more efficient and smarter.

  • ActionsSpeakLouder

    I don’t know if Rubio is going along willingly, but if he realizes what has happened – he just lost the 2016 presidential bid. Conservatives will never support him now. This is just what the Democrats wanted to happen.  They lured Rubio over to the dark side because they were afraid that he’d be a serious contender to Hillary and she just might lose to a Rubio ticket. Now, he is no threat because he has lost the conservatives. Or, maybe it was his plan all along. Who knows.  All I know is I will not be supporting him or sending any donations to him or to the RNC ever again.  Conservatives need to concentrate on local elections now.  The RNC had made it more difficult for grass roots politicians or candidates to have a say.  The American majority is being ignored and we the people do NOT have a representative government any longer. These are sad, dangerous times for America. We have been infiltrated by communists and they are saturating and creating chaos with emotional issues instead of taking care of our economy and jobs.  What a despicable bunch of liars and corrupt jerks we have managing our country.  Just despicable.

    • GWShrub

      WELL SAID!!

    • http://domain.tid/ jlbs

      ActionsSpeakLouder  As he is not a natural-born citizen, he doesn’t qualify.  Just because the statists did it, and the repubs let them get away with it, doesn’t mean we can, or should, stoop to that level.  We need to return to the Constitution in all ways and it needs to start yesterday.

    • cabensg

      ActionsSpeakLouder  I don’t go along with the lured bit. Rubio was gungho about this and still hasn’t seen the error of his way. He’s a good speech maker. That’s it.

      • Keyes

        cabensg ActionsSpeakLouder 
        Exactly. In fact, Rubio was leading the charge.

    • OneThinDime

      ActionsSpeakLouder I think Rubio went full speed ahead believing he would capture the hispanic vote as their amnesty hero.  The backlash from the conservative base slapped him in the face back and forth and back and forth.  He’s shown his true self as a liar.

      • cabensg

        OneThinDime I agree and this is my main reason for not liking or trusting him. Any Republican who thinks amnesty will help Republicans is a fool. If he is this easily fooled and uninformed and is willing to work with Shumer to boot he’s out of any competition for any political office including re-election to the Senate. He should be renamed McCain Jr.

        • lyrical

          cabensg OneThinDime  
          I’ve begun to think maybe Rubio is not what I thought in the beginning.  I really liked him, but I’m going to have to see how this “amnesty” thing works out.  If he manages to get the border CLOSED period, I can forgive some stuff.
          He isn’t as plain talking and straight forward as Ted Cruz and Trey Gowdy.  Those two are super guys!

        • Keyes

          lyrical cabensg OneThinDime 
          Lyrical, Gowdy is leading the charge for amnesty in the House.

    • Keyes

      ActionsSpeakLouder 
      Rubio is NOT eligible…he does not have natural born status…just like o.

  • NJK

    I no longer trust Rubio.  You can’t work with a pedophile like Menendez and a communist like Schumer and be considered a clean representative.  Either he was very naive or he’s a very good liar.  At this point I’m not sure who’s who.  I feel like I’m living in Germany during Hitler’s rise to power.  Keep your guns everyone, this is a communist coup.

    • steveangll77

      NJK He is a LIAR.  More specifically he knows only one language and that language is PROPAGANDA. People who speak this language never hear the truth all they ever hear is what is supportive of their point of view.  Thus he never hears illegals talk about getting food stamps because he support them getting all the free stuff possible from the US Government.  Like Obama he looks at the US Government as a huge piggy bank with endless money to be robbed.

    • OneThinDime

      NJK Yet look at the Sandy Hook families swooning over Schumer as he politics on their kids’ graves.  Shame on these parents and bigger shame on Schumer.

  • njmom

    I fail to understand why so many do not see Marco Rubio is NOT a conservative. If the GOP wants a Hispanic let them go with Ted Cruz. Of course, they don’t want a conservative do they????? After all, we don’t fit in with their bow the knee plans.

    • http://domain.tid/ jlbs

      njmom   If you remember, Rubio was the ‘new senate idol’ when he first came on the scene.  We heard all kinds of wonderful things about him.  He was going to be ‘the man’.  Right away, in some people’s eyes, he was already running for president (for which he is not qualified).  I think the media pushed him as a conservative so that we, who love this country and want to see it succeed, would put our faith in him and go along with whatever he says —– which is really what the statists want.  The statists/ media just keep playing us for suckers because it has worked so well in the past.  We must wise up and not fall for it any longer.  Not suckers no longer!!!

      • deTocqueville1

        jlbs njmom Good analysis.

  • mcgurn

    I don’t trust Rubio either. But I do trust Ted Cruz. I think Ted is the real deal-very rare in Congress today! This gang of eight is a joke. They, along with rubio will do the bidding of Bwana hussein. Bet on it!

    • lyrical

      mcgurn  
      I agree. Ted Cruz is OUTSTANDING.  Another good one is Trey Gowdy – man look them up on youtube videos!  Gowdy on Fast ‘n Furious is astounding.  Can really see him as a leader of our country!  Cruz as well.

  • Laurel A

    Perry is right on this one…he had better run away from it and grab the microphones on his way out of the door because this could be his Achilles heel.

  • redford041

    I like Perry..just as I like Rubio…but Perry is a hypocrite for saying this
    And Perry knows it

  • RebeccaLeighRandolph

    “It would call for surveillance of 100 percent of the U.S. border with Mexico and apprehension of 90 percent of people trying to cross in certain high-risk areas.”
    only after that and mandatory e-Verify are in place will the 13 yr process of becoming citizens begin for those who qualify…..if they weren’t here before Dec 31, 2011 then they can turn right back around and go home….they also must  have a clean criminal record, and show enough employment or financial stability that they’re likely to stay off welfare

    • RebeccaLeighRandolph

      I don’t see where everyone is getting all these ideas as to what they assume is in the legislation from…..are y’all seriously basing these criticisms on what Chuckie Schumer said?? and you believe what he says because….??

      • OneThinDime

        RebeccaLeighRandolph The bill is said to be 1,500 pages, more than 1/2 the length of ObamaCare.  There have been numerous press conferences by the CongressGangBangers.

      • John_Frank

        RebeccaLeighRandolph Because, among other things, Rubio has not come out and denied what Shumer said on Meet The Press, with John McCain.

      • Keyes

        RebeccaLeighRandolph 
        We have laws on the books right now that would get illegals out of here. We just need to enforce the laws we have on the books.

    • Wiggy111

      RebeccaLeighRandolph The devil is in the details or should I say lack thereof.  Legislation like this is notoriously vague so that political appointees can basically do whatever they want when it comes to defining financial stability or clean criminal record.  Obamacare was written the same way.

    • John_Frank

      RebeccaLeighRandolph People need to stop and think.
      If legalization comes before border security, does anyone honestly believe that the Obama administration will follow through? We have seen this story before.

      The only way this works is if the border is secured first, and appropriate measures are put in place to track individuals who overstay their visas. Once that is done, we can discuss what to do with the illegals.

      • Keyes

        John_Frank RebeccaLeighRandolph 
        Start aggressively deporting and many will leave on their own. That is what happened in 1953 with Eisenhower’s “Operation Wetback”.
        If you give them legal status they can legally send for all their family members!!

    • Keyes

      RebeccaLeighRandolph 
      If they came illegally, they can turn right around and go home. It’s crazy to reward those that have broken our laws the longest.
      We got the first World Trade Center bombers because they went to Mexico first, learned some Spanish, got Hispanic identities, and crossed the border as poor migrant workers. When they got amnesty in 1986 they were able to travel in and out of the country to plan the bombings.
      Remember, illegals are coming here to commit crimes against us. Many are drug mules and work day jobs as a cover for their cartel activities.

  • clockwindingdown

    Common Texas, you can do better then this clown. If you don’t you will change to blue like so many other states have. Slightly right of center is left of right, a moderate is one weak on values and principals. This type of  so called conservative is why we are where we are in this country. Perry’s kind has passed their useful date, they will not take back our future, they talk the talk and then walk away from that position once elected. Yes, he is accurate here, he has done good on many things, that is not enough anymore.
    What America needs is the most un-PC candidate it can get that knows Our History, Our Constitution, and is not afraid to ignore “groups” and go after individuals. “Groups” are the down fall of our society, we are Americans, that is it, nothing else, anyone that is hyphenated is something other then American and does not understand America and what it stands for. We all have ancestry from somewhere else, we are here now. 
    I was talking with an immigrant the other day that loves this country, hates his old country and its society that spies on each oither. Our language was difficult for this person yet he very much enjoyed the opportunity to speak it and discuss what America is. That is the type of immigrants we want and need, someone willing to take the hard road for a better life, someone that understand where they left, where they are, and why.

    • SirCommunist

      clockwindingdown Do you just not pay attention, or are you trolling? The hilarity in calling Rick Perry a moderate is immeasurable.

      • clockwindingdown

        SirCommunist clockwindingdown He wavers, I said I agreed with him on this… I think We as a Country can do better!

        • SirCommunist

          clockwindingdown SirCommunist He’s not perfect, but he’s a hell of a lot better than the majority of the others out there.

        • clockwindingdown

          SirCommunist clockwindingdown You got that right! 
          LOL, unfortunately for us that isn’t setting the bar high, might be a limbo…

        • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

          clockwindingdown SirCommunist I haven’t seen any wavering. He is standing against all the pressure to expand Medicaid, defund Planned Parenthood, defends Boy Scouts against gay activists, etc.  I don’t recognize the guy you described. It certainly isn’t Perry.

      • OneThinDime

        SirCommunist clockwindingdown Perry does waiver, clockwindingdown is absolutely correct.  Check out the potus debates, Perry was soft as heck on illegal aliens.

        • zane1

          OneThinDime SirCommunist clockwindingdown

        • clockwindingdown

          zane1 OneThinDime SirCommunist  

          zane, not sure why you dragged Romney into this, he has nothing to do with it. We understand you like Perry, are taking it personal, please don’t take it that way. Nothing wrong with liking Perry, he is just another politician acting as such. By that I mean he cares about his next election then the current state of affairs. 
          We have seen politicians that do the right thing regardless of their next election or career. Sarah Palin as Governor resigning, an Allen West in the military protecting his soldiers, these are two that come to mind. People whom have demonstrated high levels of character at a personal cost, something in my opinion we should see more of and demand from all Our elected officials.
          There are really good people in Our Country, people we need to support. We have seen many whom are thinking of 2014 and 2016, most are nothing new. We need and can do better then just another politician playing the same parlor game…

        • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

          OneThinDime SirCommunist clockwindingdown Perry’s stance on children of illegals getting instate tuition was not wavering. He’s always believed that. His purpose was to keep them off welfare at the expense of tax payers. Feds won’t allow Texas to deport them and requires Texas to educated them K-12. So why not allow them to pay the rate of the state they live in, giving them the opportunity to get good paying careers. It’s in Texas’ best interest. That’s not soft. It’s prudent.

        • lyrical

          clockwindingdown zane1 OneThinDime SirCommunist  
          I like Trey Gowdy and Ted Cruz.  Go to youtube and search for their videos.  They are tigers.

        • OneThinDime

          Marbie OneThinDime SirCommunist clockwindingdown I have a few million illegals in my state, I’ll send them your way so you can enjoy paying for them to be in school, in college, health care, crime, etc.  TX could have sued the federal gov’t and forced deportation but Perry was too interested in get the hispanic vote.

        • OneThinDime

          lyrical clockwindingdown zane1 OneThinDime SirCommunist Gowdy is soft on illegal alien amnesty.  Ted Cruz however is standing for our Rule of Law and Constitution on all issues.

        • Keyes

          zane1 OneThinDime SirCommunist clockwindingdown 
          NO they are not US citizens. Children born to foreigners on our soil are NOT US citizens…especially illegals!
          The proceedings of the 14th amendment were recorded in the Congressional Globe of 1866 and Jacob Howard (author of the line “subject to the jurisdiction) was recorded as saying, “this will not include children born to foreigners, aliens,…”.
          The children should be deported with their parents….NOT given in state college tuition. They need to go back to their own countries and work to make them better.

        • Keyes

          Marbie OneThinDime SirCommunist clockwindingdown 
          He supported in state tuition BEFORE the feds stopped letting states deport.

        • Keyes

          lyrical clockwindingdown zane1 OneThinDime SirCommunist 
          Trey Gowdy is going soft on illegal.s

        • OneThinDime

          Keyes Marbie OneThinDime SirCommunist clockwindingdown Thanks for that info!

        • Keyes

          OneThinDime Keyes Marbie SirCommunist clockwindingdown 
          My pleasure!

      • Keyes

        SirCommunist clockwindingdown 
        He supports open borders and allowed Islam into Texas schools…a nice white washed version of it. I have the curriculum and I have his speech (posted on his website) where he says he supports open borders.

    • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

      clockwindingdown Gov. Rick Perry is THE single MOST conservative of all. He’s got a sterling record. You must do your research and not listen to the smears & lies by his opponents and the Left. I’m solidly in his camp. Hope he runs for 2016.

      • lyrical

        Marbie clockwindingdown  
        Love Rick Perry.  He is a great governor, but I don’t think he can handle the presidential debates.  Look what happened to him.  Sadly it kept him from continuing on.  He’d make a good leader I think, but there are others a lot better like Trey Gowdy.

        • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

          lyrical Marbie clockwindingdown Gowdy is great in questioning at Congressional hearings.  BUT he really has no record that could match that of Gov. Perry’s.  Governing is quite different and Perry is seasoned, mature and successful.  We need to stop electing smooth talkers and vote for people with experience and proven records. Governing is what we need. Not debaters. I’m happy you see Perry’s worth.

        • OneThinDime

          lyrical Marbie clockwindingdown Trey Gowdy is a great former prosecutor but he has hinted that he supports citizenship for illegal aliens. That is a violation of the Rule of Law which he said would be mandatory and the Constitution.  He is leading the House amnesty effort.

        • OneThinDime

          Marbie lyrical clockwindingdown Perry is way too soft on illegal aliens to win.

      • clockwindingdown

        Marbie What is or has Perry done to make living in Texas difficult for illegals? Is there a mass exodus form Texas by illegals I’m not aware of?
        Perry may not be able to deport out of country, but he can make it difficult to stay in Texas!
        Are illegals gainfully employed in Texas? How? 
        Asking questions, not looking for a fight.

        • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

          clockwindingdown Marbie Not being argumentative, genuinely interested; what do you want Perry to do that would cause mass exodus from Texas? Illegals steal other people’s SS#, use false green cards and DL’s and IDs, lie about their legal status. My husband owns a company and he is not allowed to ask them if they are here legally. If a police officer stops someone, he’s not allowed to ask them if they’re here legally.  Those are federal restrictions that Perry can’t change. He is fighting the Feds, defending 10th Amendment rights, but so far, the judges often side with the Feds. Our atty genl has taken many cases to court and we’ve lost some.  What we need is a new president that is a conservative.

        • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

          clockwindingdown Marbie I’ve seen on the nightly news many times that Houston restaurants and companies have been raided, fined or shut down for hiring illegals. Texas is trying to do what it can, with the Feds putting obstacles in their way.

        • clockwindingdown

          Marbie I understand. Sometimes wording can be changed to ask the question and get the information one is seeking.

        • clockwindingdown

          Marbie Shows just how far the left will go to destroy Our Country.

        • Keyes

          Marbie clockwindingdown 
          Your husband could just not hire someone who can’t speak English. It’s obvious that person is illegal. You have to get that person a work visa while they are in their country of origin and they have to cross our border with a valid passport.
          Again, if your husband suspects they are illegal, don’t hire them. He can hire an American and say he hired the person with the most experience. He could also check to see if the soc. sec. number is stolen.

        • OneThinDime

          Marbie clockwindingdown e-Verify is not something the feds have put in business’ way, it is free and available!

        • OneThinDime

          Marbie clockwindingdown e-Verify, SB1070 TX way!

  • cabensg

    Perry needs to call Rubio and tell him personally to let go of this and not look back. As far as I’m concerned it’s to late for me to ever support Rubio even if he steps away. If this is how he makes decisions I sure don’t want him as president. His whole cabinet and any other posts would be strewn with liberals and liberal policies just what we don’t need. If he can’t see what the socialist liberals end game is with amnesty he can’t be trusted to deal with them in the future.

  • misterlogic0013

    being in the Senate is a career not many servants ..  book almost all read about Rubio .. seriously doubt he will pull back, he will continue on through the woods getting all kinds of beat up .. dizzy .. sad .. I liked the guy voted for him, campaigned for him, quoted in the Orlando Sentinel saying positive things about him ” only real choice in race” T/P,  Sarah backed. soon went bad .. happens, next, or who cares, small potatoes .. one tern = out .. lets see ..

  • DawgfanInFL

    Wise advice.

  • palintologist

    Rubio is a naïve climber.  He’s too full of himself to listen to good advice.

    • lyrical

      palintologist   I sure hope you are wrong about Rubio.  I was thinking he was a good candidate for running for president.  But I’ve been watching him on this immigration thing and I’m not sure he’s doing us any good.  We need our borders CLOSED and then deal with who is here.  If he doesn’t do that, I will support others who do.  So far, other than a positive first impression, I am getting a less and less favorable opinion of him.  ??  Comments??

      Have any of you watched videos on youtube of Trey Gowdy.  I sure think he has leadership potential.  Ted Cruz does too.  We have got to be on our toes with potential candidates.
      However, if we don’t win the 2014 elections, seize the Senate and keep the House, we are already lost I fear.  If 2014 is a win, then we can repeal obamacare and impeach the idiot.
      Come add your opinions to gretawire.com – more conservatives and good opinions can reach a lot of people there.  There are many that post links and info that is very valuable – such as how I found this site.

      • Gtrjag

        lyrical palintologist He lost me when supported the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and Lybia, and when he criticized Michele Bachman over Huma Abedin.

      • Keyes

        lyrical palintologist 
        You never give a mass amnesty. Crack down on illegals and many will self deport and secure the border. If you give them legal status they can send for all their family (even if the border is secure).
        What Rubio is doing will turn us into a Marxist hell hole like the one his family fled in Cuba.
        Rubio’s parents were NOT US citizens at the time of his birth, therefore Rubio does NOT meet the qualifications for NATURAL BORN…..just like Obama.

  • DanaZZGarcia

    What a pile of crap. Perry has been a major illegal alien enabler in Texas and has touted has friendship with enemy Mexico. In 2011, he supported work visas for lawbreaking foreigners, despite the miserable economy.
    http://www.limitstogrowth.org/articles/2011/11/04/rick-perry-supports-work-visas-for-illegal-aliens/
    Illegal aliens don’t come to become American citizens. All they care about is the ability to work in the US without being deported. Only 40% of those amnestied in 1986 had naturalized by 2009.

    • zane1

      DanaZZGarcia 
      In case you haven’t noticed, states do not have the authority to deport anyone.  Just ask Jan Brewer.  So outside of the Texas Rangers, the TxDPS, Texas owned drones and river boats, just what do you expect the Governor of Texas to do when the federal government won’t inforce the laws?

      • BS61

        A coworker of mine and native of AZ said that Sheriff Joe used to load them on a bus or plane to their homeland.  I guess that’s not allowed anymore.

        • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

          BS61 I don’t think it is allowed anymore.

      • Keyes

        zane1 DanaZZGarcia 
        A governor can make their state less attractive to illegals and not support open borders.

      • BigfootSteve

        zane1DanaZZGarcia 
         >just what do you expect the Governor of Texas to do when the federal government won’t inforce the laws?<
        Not reward illegals for one. Not call for open borders for another.

    • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

      DanaZZGarcia Whoa. Mexico is NOT our enemy. They are our ally and trading partner.  Texas used to be part of Mexico and we have generations of families that descend from Mexico and were here before we Europeans were.  Separating people of Mexican descent from the rest of us would be like unscrambling eggs. Most of us of European descent have Mexicans in our families somewhere. There are many intermarriages for generations.  Many Texan U.S. Citizens still have family in Mexico and go back and forth to visit all the time.

      • Keyes

        Marbie DanaZZGarcia 
        It is Mexico that views us as the enemy.
        In 1982 the Mexican gov’t formed a department devoted to taking over the Western US ….Reconquista. They believe we stole the west from them. Not true, of course. Mexico used to lay claim to Guatemala, but they don’t want that back!
        They are undermining our sovereignty and they have every intentions of taking over.

      • BigfootSteve

        MarbieDanaZZGarcia 
        >>Whoa. Mexico is NOT our enemy. They are our ally and trading partner. <<
        Yeah, that’s why they encourage their citizens to break our laws and come here illegally to exploit our economic success and send money back to Mexico. They absolutely are our enemy.

  • OneThinDime

    Looks like the ICE Union President is calling on Rubio to leave his Gang buddies too. http://patdollard.com/2013/04/ice-union-president-calls-on-rubio-to-leave-gang-of-eight/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

    • notsofastthere

      waytngtym OneThinDime Here is a contact point from their Web Site
      http://iceunion.org/contact

    • clockwindingdown

      OneThinDime
      Like this part; ““The proposal from the eight senators will be the start of the process, and we look forward to hearing proposals from the public and other senators on how it can be improved,” Rubio spokesman Alex Conant told TheDC in an email. “Our hope is that rather than attacking something they haven’t seen, people will give good-faith consideration to the proposal after it’s introduced and suggest ways to improve it.””
      Obamacare comes to mind, actually everything this administration does comes to mind. Their idea of good faith is swallow what we give you its good for you, we know better then to trust the people that create our problems and tell us they have a solution. We know the solution, get rid of the problem causers!
      Here is a suggestion, follow through on the last amnesty agreement you made with us! Criminals got what they wanted-amnetsy, politicians got what they wanted-votes, the citizenry got screwed-here we are again dealing with the same issue being asked to trust them again, NO!!! They have proven they are not worth trusting with anything!

    • OneThinDime

      Here is the site I went to http://iceunion.org/?nocache=1 which is the same as notsofastthere has above me!  I’ve emailed a few times without response.

  • BS61

    I did tweet Rubio and my AZ reps to not vote for this 1500+ pages bill!

  • notsofastthere

    Chris Crane, a government union head, vocal and public about his being upset by the Senators. Priceless! The Border Patrol being deliberately and completely left out of the immigration conversation. Chris needs our support.

  • notsofastthere

    People can email Chris Crane directly: http://iceunion.org/contact His contact name is on the right side – click on it and you can email him showing your support.

  • GaltLine

    Love the image with the caption. Enforcement with a smile.

  • suzy000

    When Perry first came on to the 2012 presidential scene, I was an instant supporter.  You can imagine how debilitating it was when he burned and crash.  But I knew he still had presidential DNA and it would eventually in time rise to the occasion.  Guess what, guys…it is rising.  Many shake their heads and say Perry?  Just do one thing for me….think Obama…you shaking your head yet?  Perry is a dream come true next to Obama and someone who would give power back to the states.  Feds are too powerful and we need someone who knows how important it is to have a strong Democratic REPUBLIC.

  • steveangll77

    He gave them in state tuition and additional money to make up for them not getting fed money.  That money came partially from a fee on other State School students that were legal.  That is a fact.

  • steveangll77

    I pray that is so.  I am just so tired of McCain types claiming to be conservative to win office then being something totally different in office.  I am tired of politicians that see no harm in people illegally coming into this country and stealing American jobs we really need right now.  Jobs that many Americans desperately desire but have no chance at because illegals undercut their pay.
    In 2012 not that long ago Perry seemed to only  care about the illegals.  I am sorry Perry but every day they stay in the country they break the law.  They use fake/stolen SSN’s to get jobs and often times identity theft to get more than just jobs.  They are far from innocent children they are adults breaking American law on a daily basis.  I could care less their parents brought them here they are illegal and have a duty to stop breaking the law and return home.

    • http://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/ Marbie

      steveangll77 Perry is not responsible for illegals staying in this state. THE FEDS ARE. He can’t deport them. Obama has even forbidden ICE from arresting, detaining or deporting them unless they’ve committed a felony. Perry is not to blame. He’s never done anything to deserve the claim that all he cares about is illegals. None of the illegal alien problems are his fault, nor can he stop any of it. The most he can do is use Texas resources to secure the border the best he can with no Federal help (and it’s the Fed’s responsibility). He’s fought for unborn babies and has the highest praises from pro-life orgs.  He’s worked to get universities to create $10,000 degrees so more students can get them.  He’s worked to bring more companies to Texas to create jobs for everyone and quite successfully. He’s created more than one third of the nations’ total new jobs.  He’s kept our economy vibrant while the nation has sunk into an abyss.  He’s protected our freedom and the Constitution. He’s refused to expand Medicaid which will eventually put states in bankruptcy.  He’s defunded Planned Parenthood even under extreme attacks. Look at his record.

      • Keyes

        Marbie steveangll77 
        Most of those jobs went to immigrants and illegals.
        On Perry’s website he has a speech posted where he says he supports open borders and he supports in state tuition for illegals.

      • kssturgis62

        Marbie steveangll77 Rick Perry I quote from the 2012 Election Campaign – You have NO HEART 

        MILLIONS OF INSTATE TUITION – Why doesn’t the Military get that???

        • Keyes

          kssturgis62 Marbie steveangll77 
          Exactly. Not to mention in state tuition is a magnet for illegals and all Marbie can do is whine and say Perry had to do it.

      • Keyes

        Marbie steveangll77
        Next to last paragraph, first sentence..
        http://governor.state.tx.us/news/speech/10688/

  • OneThinDime

    Rubio doubled down. http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/04/12/Rubio-All-in-on-Comprehensive-Immigration-Reform
    I think he will run in 2016 as a Democrat against Hillary and I think that’s been the plan all along.

  • kssturgis62

    Rubio is all in. Politico has reported it. The Best report came from Jeff Sessions – NO BORDER SECURITY FOR 10 YEARS 
    One thing to say to Marco. – YOUR A LIAR !!! 
    He was never beholden to the USA. he is only Beholden to his people, or those he thinks have been wronged. OUR FOUNDERS WARNED US OF FOREIGN INFLUENCE. 
    HERE IS YOUR PROOF, and PROPEL HIM TO THE TOP OF THE PACK IS HE SERIOUS !!!

    • BigfootSteve

      kssturgis62 
      >>One thing to say to Marco. – YOUR A LIAR !!! <<
       He was a liar the moment he signed onto this after claiming to be against amnesty in 2010 when he was running for the senate.

  • Quicksilver88

    It is disappointing because Rubio said at the beginning that he would not support ANY legislation that didn’t secure the boarder first…his exact words. This is all about positioning for his presidential run in 2016. He wants to be able to go to the latino community and say I am one of you and look what I did for you. It will probably work in that if he wins the primary he will likely win the presidency. I have liked Rubio and his stance on many issues. I think he is going to lose a lot of conservative cred over this issue though. More and more I am sure the person I want and will support in 2016 is Rand Paul. I don’t think the establishment Republicans care any more about liberty or fiscal sanity than the liberals. The only two national figures even talking about liberty issues are Rand and Cruze. Perry makes some good points on state rights issues but he is hardly one to talk on immigration reform considering his stance in Texas. I also like Bobby Jindal. The republican party has real issue in 2014 with still so many RINOs in the senate….I am afraid it is going to take a number of more cycles before we weed them all out!

    • Keyes

      Quicksilver88 
      Jindal and Rubio do NOT have natural born status.
      You must be new to these boards…because if you weren’t…you would have seen the numerous videos of Rand posted here where he says he supports mass amnesty.

    • BigfootSteve

      Quicksilver88  
       You know Rand Paul is all in on amnesty right? He doesn’t even want e-verify, or anything else that actually keeps future illegals from working.

  • JimmyTravis

    DEAD CHILDREN”S SKULLS:
    The nation shudders uncontrollably as President Obama hands the microphone to
    the terrified mother of one of the murdered children of Sandy
    Hook. There is a hushed disbelief as the crowd slowly realizes
    that our fearless leader is actually standing on the crushed skull of the dead
    child. It seems Barry enjoys as much altitude as he canpurchase at the expense of the grieving
    parents. It helps him to look down on everyone. He would fit right into any
    neighborhood AA meeting where they admit to knowing nothing of human
    relationships. Our boy Lollypop doesn’t make friends with the devastated
    families, he takes hostages. You see as a victim of severe childhood abuse
    himself, Obama knows nothing of the warmth of human kindness. He never learned
    how to make relationships. His primary relationships are with nicotine,
    basketball and cocaine. The communist inspired Democratic
    Party admits that their unconstitutional gun grab would have done nothing to
    prevent the murder of the children but the power gained over the average
    citizen is truly intoxicating. They know full well that the 2nd
    Amendment was designed specifically to protect us from them.

  • sbraudt

    Rick Perry does not exactly have the best record when it comes to immigration. Remember he refused to stand with Gov Brewer.

  • http://theconservativearmyforumreview.podomatic.com GettinafterLefty

    HAS SENATOR MARCO RUBIO BEEN ROLLED BY THE GOOD OLE BOYS AND GIRLS INSIDE THE BELTWAY
    RECENT NATIONAL HEADLINE
    McCain goes after Maro Rubio on gun control-sides with left
    McCain part of the good ole boy network in D.C. had nothing but harsh words for Rand Paul,Marco Rubio. 
    Fast forward a few days, now McCain and his other 6 status quo politicans (both Republican and Democract) have nothing but nice words about Marco Rubio, why you ask.  Well hell Marco Rubio is now one of them, as a matter of fact he is the mouth piece for the Gang of Eight and their very crafty amnesty legislation.  Rubio, was seen on all the talking head shows last Sunday,laying out all the benefits of the Gang of Eight legislation.
    Although,Senator Marco Rubio might have his heart in the right place, his brain has lost all concept of what the Gang of eight is really up to.
    Bottom line -Marco could be on his way to being a RINO and not even knowing it!
    NEW HEADLINE-GANG OF EIGHT WILL BLOCK ALL EFFORTS BY OTHER SENATORS TO OFFER AMENDMENTS TO THEIR LEGISLATION-SENATOR TED CRUZ HAS MANY CONCERNS
    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/04/08/Report-Gang-of-Eight-to-band-together-to-force-immigration-bill-through-with-no-amendments
    http://theulstermanreport.com/2013/04/07/senator-mccain-sides-with-harry-reid-gun-control-goes-after-senators-rubio-paul-cruz-and-lee/
    NEW HEAD LINE
    GOVERNOR RICK PERRY -GOVERNOR OF TEXAS TELLS RUBIO TO STAND UP AGAINST THE GANG OF 8 PHONY IMMIGRATION BILL
    http://www.therightscoop.com/gov-rick-perry-to-rubio-stand-up-and-condemn-immigration-bill-and-step-away-from-it-as-far-as-you-can/
    GARY GATEHOUSE HOST OF THE GETTIN AFTER LEFTY SHOW
    SHINES NEW LIGHT ON THE GANG OF EIGHT PHONY LEGISLATION BILL
    CALL OUT MARCO RUBIO FOR BACKING THE BILL
    http://theconservativearmyforumreview.podomatic.com/entry/2013-04-12T19_02_22-07_00