If we could vote for George W. Bush again I would in a heartbeat, but I will not be voting for George’s pro-amnesty brother Jeb, who feels that illegal immigration should not be a illegal, and calls entering our country illegally an “act of love”. (Yea, Pro-Amnesty jackasses will continue saying that Illegal Immigration isn’t a problem until one of those undocumented illegal aliens brings a dirty bomb, or a deadly virus with them, and kills a lot of Americans.)
I’m going to say this and it will be on tape, and so be it. The way I look at this is someone who comes to our country because they couldn’t come legally, they come to our country because their family’s dad who loves their children was worried that their children didn’t have food on the table, and they wanted to make sure their family was intact. And they crossed the border because they had no other means to work to be able to provide for their family. Yes, they broke the law, but it’s not a felony. it’s kind of — it’s a — it’s an act of love. It’s an act of commitment to your family. I honestly think that’s a different kind of crime that should be, there should be a price paid, but it shouldn’t be — it shouldn’t rile people up that people are actually coming to this country to provide for their families. And the idea that we’re not going to fix this but with comprehensive reform ends up trapping these people, when they could make a great contribution for their own their families but also for us.
After 8 years of King Obama and Eric “Contempt” Holder, who have decided on their own what US Laws to uphold, and what laws to completely ignore, I cannot and will not vote for another weak jackass who will not uphold the laws of our nation.
The candidate that I vote for in 2016 will be the candidate who stands up to the idiots saying that illegal immigration isn’t a crime, and allow our nation to continuously be invaded by people who don’t have America’s best interest at heart.
Hell, if all illegal immigrants had America’s best interest in mind when they came here, we probably wouldn’t worry about illegal immigration as much, but the truth is that most illegal immigrants are here themselves. Illegal immigrants enter the United States illegally for quick money, to engage in crime, or to live free on the backs of American Taxpayers. They do not care one bit for America, and actually have contempt for such a weak country.
On Sunday, potential 2016 presidential candidate and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said that illegal immigration is a crime of love and should not rile up Americans.
Bush made his comments in an interview with Fox News’ Shannon Bream at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M in College Station. It was the 25th anniversary celebration of George H.W. Bush’s presidency.
“It’s an act of love, an act of commitment to their family,” Bush noted after saying that he felt illegal immigration was not a felony because illegal immigrants crossed the border to provide for their families. They do so, he added, because they do not have the opportunities in their countries that they would have in the United States.
“It’s a different kind of crime,” Bush said. “It shouldn’t rile people up.”
Bush recognized that the United States could do better with border security and visa overstays, which account for 40% of the country’s illegal immigrants. However, he emphasized that the country’s current immigration laws end up “trapping these people when they could make a contribution” to their families and the country.
He did not mention that the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office determined that the Senate’s immigration bill, by granting amnesty and awarding even more guest-worker visas, would lower the wages of American workers and make it more difficult for American citizens to provide for their families.
A vast majority of Mitt Romney’s donors are reportedly pushing Bush to run in 2016, and his prospects on the establishment side of the bracket have increased since New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s Bridgegate scandal.
Though Bush may be the top choice among the GOP elite, a Washington Post-ABC News poll found that half the country would “definitely” not vote for Jeb Bush in a general election, which undermines the “electability” argument that the Republican establishment is pushing when promoting a potential Bush candidacy.
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