Republican Self-Immolation

June 17, 2013
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For what it’s worth, I don’t think Marco Rubio has any ideological qualms about further enfeebling the Republican Party. In fact, some have suggested a change of enrollment and independent candidacy-like his old friend Charlie Crist-lie in his future. Even if he remains in the GOP, opposition to Rubio will maintain its intensity; the notion that this man has enough public credibility to retain the support of ¬†genuine conservatives, let alone launch a plausible presidential candidacy, strains credulity. The fact that his press flack-who, along with Cesar Conda, is a full-fledged member of the treason lobby-regurgitates the same specious arguments on behalf of expanding the supply of cheap, foreign labor, merely serves to illustrate how far removed Senator Rubio is from the concerns and struggles of attentive, patriotic Americans.

Kudos to Ann Coulter for calling out the Chuck Schumer Republicans who are selling us up the river, as well as their unofficial spokesmen working under the auspices of the Fox News Channel. The veil has been ripped off, and the potentially catastrophic consequences of this bill-should it be enacted into law-revealed. This is not the time to indulge Potemkin conservatives or the  insipid pablum their handlers ask them to repeat.

Just say no!

 

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2 Responses to Republican Self-Immolation

  1. G. Perry on June 17, 2013 at 3:28 PM

    Yeah, Brimelow discusses this a lot. The economic benefit-to the extent that it exists-is minuscule, and is experienced almost exclusively by the people who need it the least, a la the corporate bailouts, TARP, Stimulus, etc… The open borders libertarian argument would be that immigration restrictions are government manipulation of the free market. My retort would be that the immigration system serves as a huge subsidy to special interests, e.g. labor unions, the hospitality industry, Big Agra, who externalize all of the costs to us. Most of the immigration after 1965 is based on family reunification, and has almost no tangible connection to people looking for work. That’s ten percent-if not less-of immigration to this country. A lot of it wouldn’t even be possible if it weren’t for the machinations of the State Department, UNHCR and heavily subsidized VOLAGs.

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