- Posted May 25, 2012 by
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Is Senator Marco Rubio Also a Flip-Flopper?
When it comes to US Immigration Reform Senator Rubio, like Governor Romney, is a man of Contradictions. Now that it is becoming clearer that Rubio will be Governor Romney's advisor, When Romney flops, Rubio flips to any side because as Romney said:
" 'We have to get Hispanic voters to vote for our party,' because Hispanic support for Obama 'spells doom for us',"
NOW, PUT THIS WHOLE TIHNG ON THE FIRST SHELF
"I think there are some in the Democratic Party - not all - but I think there are
some people in the Democratic Party that think that the immigration issue is more valuable to them unsolved," the first term Florida senator said on Fox News."
SHELF NUMBER 3
'"Rubio said he has not talked to the Romney campaign about his plan but definitely would.'He's our nominee and I think it's important for him to feel comfortable with and be supportive of whatever endeavor we pursue,' the senator said."
'"We have to come up with an immigration system that honors both our legacy as a nation of laws and also our legacy as a nation of immigrants,' Rubio told The Associated Press on Tuesday."
Put the three together and you have a three-prong catapult, Senator Rubio cannot shoot any rocks!
Shelf one instructs GOP to use Latinos as a means to win GOP's elections to the White House.
Shelf two says Democrats are happy to dangle around the tangled immigration reform promises to woo Latino voters
Shelf three says the GOP ought to design the immigration reform that represents American values which will make Romney
In the short time that Senator Rubio has been cited as the potential advisor to Romney he has created more flips than flops Romney produced in a similar period of time.
Time to flip? I will flop!
Back Door Amnesty?
"This is not really immigration reform," he told a group of Iowa business leaders Thursday at a luncheon in Washington D.C. "This is not a system that is going to exist in the future. This is for a very specific case of people who have come here, through no fault of their own."
Do you think Marco Rubio is starting to sound like a back-door Democrat? I do too :)
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