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Time Magazine cover with Marco Rubio and caption:
That cover was predicated on the idea that Republicans needed Latinos to win national elections, and since his last name was "Rubio," ta-da! The Republicans were saved!

And for a while, Rubio was okay on immigration reform, even helping move a reform package out of the Senate. But then someone reminded him that he wants to run for president, and conservatives hate brown people, so now he scolds DREAMers for political points.

For an ambitious Republican looking to prove his conservative bona fides and rub out the stain of working with Chuck Schumer and Harry Reid, the interruption [by DREAM activists] was something of a gift. A plugged-in Republican operative turned to a reporter and observed dryly, "I couldn't think of a better way to make Rubio look good in South Carolina."
There's nothing that would make Rubio look better in front of rabid conservatives than bashing a bunch of brown children! True dat.
The audience of nearly 1,200 conservatives jeered the protestors as Rubio waited for them to be escorted out of the Anderson Civic Center, scolding them in the process.

"We are a sovereign country that deserves to have immigration laws," Rubio said. "You're doing harm to your own cause because you don't have a right to illegally immigrate to the United States."

Remember, none of those children immigrated to the United States on their own volition. But Republicans want to lock up kids for the sins of their parents. But only when they're brown.
The crowd cheered him on. One elderly audience member shoved a protester as he weaved his way through the tables. Another, 73-year old Army veteran Turk Culberson, angrily stalked them out of the building, clutching his cane as if it were a baseball bat.
Classy, those Republicans, yelling and stalking and threatening and pushing children, because that makes them feel ... fulfilled? And if anyone wonders whether Rubio will get any significant non-Latino Cuban vote, there's your answer. He's joined the retrogrades, turning his back on the kind of sane immigration policy that his own Cuban community enjoys.

Update: Huh, I had forgotten about how Rubio's grandfather came to the United States illegally.

So, you know, deport the whole lot of them.

Originally posted to Daily Kos on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 12:30 PM PDT.

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  •  Marco "Nolosotros" Rubio says (16+ / 0-)

    "Last one in, shut the door behind you."

    1. Books are for use.

    by looty on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 12:33:44 PM PDT

  •  I don't know that the GOP cares whether or not (7+ / 0-)

    Latinos actually like him or not. The leadership thinks that token brown faces are going to be enough for people, and the base opposes them even in that.

    My preferred pronoun is 'They', what's yours?

    by AoT on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 12:33:59 PM PDT

  •  So while other people do the dirty work of . . . (5+ / 0-)
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    commonmass, mjd in florida, hbk, Aunt Pat, AoT

    . . ejecting the "protesters" he lobs cheap shots at their intentions and immigration status?  The man really knows how to address the issues GOP-style.

  •  A person... (8+ / 0-)

    who would turn his back on his own can never be expected to represent us all.

    "These 'Yet To Be' United States" --James Baldwin-- -6.75, -5.78

    by kevinbr38 on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 12:39:19 PM PDT

    •  except they're not really his own. Cuban (4+ / 0-)

      immigrants (and Russian immigrants) got special treatment in the immigration system. Some Cubans (not all) may have darker skin and accents, but other than that, they are distinctly different from other immigrants, including immigrants of color.

      I've seen it with my husband's Russian relatives -- The U.S. readily accepted them, they were given various social services, including that their elderly vision-impaired father got social security disability, subsidized rent, and day-activity services with transportation. The Jewish community joined in supplying an apartment for the working-age adult couple and their child, and furniture and kitchen necessities. They took English classes and enrolled in really good job training for free.
      The result: they became workers who paid taxes (yay!) and then went on to bad-mouth welfare and services for anyone other than themselves. Apparently they and their friends were deserving but no one else is. And to cap it off -- they Loooovvveee Putin!
      I know less about the Cuban community but get the impression that many of them got similar extra help and denigrated other people who need help.
      I often think of what it would be like if poor people got all the services and help my husband's Russian relatives did. Perhaps we'd have more people who have jobs and decent lives rather than having to scramble for enough money to pay the rent and buy food.

      While Democrats work to get more people to vote, Republicans work to ensure those votes won't count.

      by Tamar on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 12:56:09 PM PDT

      [ Parent ]

      •  Some Cubans (not all) may have darker skin and acc (3+ / 0-)
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        nocynicism, miguelon, prettyluv3010

        "Some Cubans (not all) may have darker skin and accents, but other than that, they are distinctly different from other immigrants, including immigrants of color."

        Really, where did you come up with that, as a Puerto Rican
        who has live in Florida for over 20 years, I can tell you, those 3 million who were given amnesty by Reagan, had bad accents and came in all colors, that's the help they got "amnesty" and no they don't denigrated other people who need help, they understand more than anyone about people who need help, you have them confused with poor whites who vote republican and are welfare and collect unemployment yet denigrate all others who do.

        •  Yep, Cubans come in all colors (that was my (3+ / 0-)
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          aimeehs, True North, Australian2

          point with the "some"). Until recent years most have been reliably Republican.
          As for special treatment:

          There are special Social Security Disability benefits for Cuban immigrants and not for other immigrants:

          see also:

          National Immigration Law Center lists federal benefits available to immigrants. Cuban immigrants, at least the earlier ones, were given asylum entrance almost automatically and therefore qualify for all sorts of benefits.

          While Democrats work to get more people to vote, Republicans work to ensure those votes won't count.

          by Tamar on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 02:03:08 PM PDT

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        •  I call BS. (1+ / 0-)
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          I lived and worked in Maimi-Dade from 1975 to 2006 and I personally saw the special treatment Cuban immigrants got along with the stranglehold they have on local and state government. I worked with and knew many Cuban-American families and they had strong right wing opinions and philosophies. I lost many Cuban acquaintences because I was a liberal Democrat, in their eyes a "communista".

          The Cuban considers himself above other Latinos. Even the dark skinned Cubans who came during Mariel and after they consider "escoria". They think Mexicans are scum, along with those trashy Puerto Ricans who tried to "steal the Cuban flag." We won't even talk about those from Central America and how they're thought of by the true Spanish speaking Cuban.

          Almost all Cuban "exiles" (they still call themselves that) have been given very special treatment under the auspices of the Cuban Adjustment Act. The "wet foot dry foot" policy assures they get to stay if they hit the beach while others, most notably Haitians are immediately deported. The Cuban's almost all support and vote Republican and they are all strong "anti-communista" and anti-socialist even though they have benefited greatly from those same socialist programs they would like to abolish. Some of the younger generation may have broken with the Cuban exile community's anti-Democratic, Kennedy haters, but they are few and far between as hate as a tradition dies hard.

          Even those who have become Democrats can be treacherous if the Democrat is not right of center. Just ask Al Gore about the duplicitous Alex Pennelas and his two faced tactics.

          Rubio's parents have a jaded US history with plans to return to Cuba and reclaim their property when Castro falls. They came here early, but never applied for citizenship until 1975 when they faced the possibility of losing federal benefits. I've known older Cuban exiles that collect SSI, still refuse to learn English and condemn native Miamian's for not learning to speak Spanish if they want to live in Miami. The great Cuban pandering, Puerto Rican mayor Mauricio "What's a few more Cubans?" Ferre chastised a citizen during a Miami City Council meeting who complained about the meeting being held in Spanish that she should learn to speak Spanish if she wanted to live in Miami.

          So, don't try to spread that BS to me, I know better. I find it hard to believe you're PR, since I know what Cuban's think of Puerto Ricans. I still have natural born American friends in Miami who tell me it's not changing, if anything it's getting worse. It is almost like a little banana republic. Yes, Reagan gave amnesty, but now those loyal Republicans who canonize St. Reagan forget that. Along with his raising taxes.

          I'm not confused, but I'm not taken in by your lies either. I left Miami in 2006 and seeing Miami-Dade county and the state of Florida in my rear view mirror was one of the happiest days of my life. I left Habana Norte and returned to middle America and I'm happy I did.

    •  Marco Rubio has always used his ethnicity... (0+ / 0-) manipulate people into trusting his intentions.

  •  Prediction: (12+ / 0-)
    Yet, here we have Marco Rubio out running around staking out a position on immigration nearly identical to the ideas President Obama has been running on for years. Marco Rubio seriously believes that the path to the nomination runs through success on President Obama's immigration bill?
    I'm not buying it.

    If Rubio is going to be a contender for the GOP nomination, he's going to have to abandon his own bill. I am predicting he will do so, beating a full on retreat as opposition from the right continues to mount. He will blame President Obama for his retreat, accusing the President of 'amnesty' while running away from his own bill. But make no mistake, the bill Rubio does support is already being called amnesty by the crazy right and his predictable retreat from his own bill will reveal the political cowardice that has guided his entire political career. No matter if immigration reform succeeds or fails, Rubio will have to mend fences with the GOP primary electorate. /blockquote>

    I wrote that in January of 2013.

  •  Nothing endears a politician (5+ / 0-)

    to the right as much as behaving like a dick to people who are not of Anglo-European origin.  Especially if the politician is not of said origin.

  •  I cannot imagine (4+ / 0-)

    a more hypocritical stance for a Miami Cubano

  •  He drinks their tears. (8+ / 0-)

    We are all made of star stuff, so please be kind to dust bunnies.

    by jwinIL14 on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 12:43:41 PM PDT

  •   (2+ / 0-)
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    commonmass, miguelon

    That's what my Hispanic friends in Texas would call such a man. It means "sold out". That word is going to follow him everywhere now. Good luck trying to win the Hispanic vote, Marco.

    Battling psychiatric myths with sensible skepticism at

    by candid psychiatrist on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 12:43:46 PM PDT

  •  Immigration is now the #1 problem (2+ / 0-)
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    commonmass, Dave in Northridge

    facing America, according to Republicans.

    Of course, their immigration reform solution is to deport everyone. "Amnesty" will be the big rallying cry this fall, to scare the base. It is pretty incredible how ignorant most Republicans (and most Americans) are about immigration law and what the laws are right now.

    The problem, of course, is that while most Democrats support immigration reform, few support it so strore ngly that it is their number one issue.  

    “If the misery of the poor be caused not by the laws of nature, but by our institutions, great is our sin.” Charles Darwin

    by ivorybill on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 12:44:41 PM PDT

  •  To be clear (13+ / 0-)

    Cuban Americans support the Dreamers.

    Even the GOOPERS like Ros Lehtinen and Diaz Balart support immigration reform.

    Rubio's playing to the rednecks, not Cuban Americans.

    •  Diaz Balart doesn't... He was complaining just ... (2+ / 0-)
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      IM, Australian2

      Diaz Balart doesn't... He was complaining just last month about those "that invented whatever excuse to come to the US illegally, even fairy tales about their lives being on danger" I tough he was talking about Cuban refugees, but no...he was talking about the Central American Children.

      Dias Balart is full of sh%#&&.

  •  He's a "latino" version of (1+ / 0-)
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    Joes Steven

    Clayton Bigsby.

    Rubio/Carson 2016: The Colored Ticket White People Can TRUST!!!

  •  Frankly, all these years after the end of the (12+ / 0-)

    Cold War and the fifty-plus years after Castro took power in Cuba, I think it's time to treat Cuban immigrants just the same as others.

    I find it highly hypocritical for a Cuban conservative politician to talk about immigration without seriously acknowledging the tremendous privilege which Cuban immigrants to this country have, and continue to, enjoy.

    "To take another person's life from the bench is no better than to take another person's life from the street"

    by commonmass on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 12:47:22 PM PDT

    •  There's privilege, and there's danger. (3+ / 0-)
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      Tamar, commonmass, worldlotus

      The "wet foot, dry foot" policy that allows Cubans asylum only if they actually arrive on dry land has cost the lives of hundreds as they make their way across the strait in rickety rafts, boats, or dangerous high-speed boats for which they pay enormous sums with the risk of being thrown into the water if they get caught. There are also serious repercussions within Cuba if those seeking asylum are turned around and forced to go back.

      It's a stupid and unfair policy any way you look at it.

      •  I gather this replaced the older policy that was (2+ / 0-)
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        commonmass, miguelon

        much more open to any Cuban immigration.
        Do you know whether that policy applied to Haitians also or are there even stricter limits for them?

        While Democrats work to get more people to vote, Republicans work to ensure those votes won't count.

        by Tamar on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 02:10:49 PM PDT

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        •  Haitians are deported. (1+ / 0-)
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          Cubans are still granted special treatment under the Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966.

          A lot of this nonsense would stop if the US lifted the embargo that punishes Cuba for Fidel. Personally, I think if we treated Cuba like we treat China, Fidel would have been gone long ago.

          The only reason the Cuban Embargo is still enforced is because of the vindictive and insane Cuban "exile" community. The "exilios" hatred of Fidel and the Kennedy's has never lessened over the years. Many in that community dream of returning to Cuba and reclaiming their property and wealth. Even Rubio's parents maintain that dream.

      •  And they're the only refugees in that boat? (0+ / 0-)

        I've worked with a lot of refugees over the years, from many different countries, who tell the same story of facing extremely dangerous conditions as they try to escape. And they face persecution--jail, torture, murder--if they are returned to the home country.

        If you think that is a good reason to accept someone in the U.S., the the rules that apply to Cubans should apply to all refugees.

        But the way it seems to work is that all Cubans get that kinder, faster, more favorable treatment, few questions asked, no matter what dangers they faced, while the path to safety for non-Cubans is rocky and uncertain, even for those who were in equal--or greater--peril in getting to the U.S., and would face equal--or greater--peril if deported to their home countries.

  •  Invasion of illegals, ISIS, UN-gun grabbing.... (0+ / 0-)

    Kenyan-Muslim, victory mosque, Benghazzziiii....note the steady drumbeat of fear/hate mongering the right uses to keep their brethren in a constant state of panic?
    I find this to be an indictment on their entire platform. If they can't generate advocacy and support based on legitimate issues, what does this say about them?
    THIS needs to highlighted. I think there are some in this vortex of angry bullshit that might understand that they've been conned...Maybe.

  •  Cubans get in legally, don't they? (5+ / 0-)

    There's one group of immigrants who used to get in automatically-- not the adopted children of citizens or the spouses even... but Cubans. Automatically granted asylum, not to mention financial help and a quick path to citizenship.  I suspect both Rubio and Ted Cruz's parents or grandparents got in this way. They were privileged, and yet they have no empathy at all for other immigrants? Of course not. They aren't "us" to those guys, so they don't count.

    It's the absolute definition of privilege, the sense that you deserve what benefits are granted you, but no one else does.

    •  Cuban Americnas support other immigrants (1+ / 0-)
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      True North

      Rubio and Cruz speak for rednecks, not Cuban Americans, on this issue.

      •  I'm glad to hear this about Cuban-Americans. (2+ / 0-)
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        Greenfinches, graywolf1948

        I think the point here is not to excoriate Cuban-Americans but to point out that Rubio benefitted from the more open and helpful Cuban immigration policies that include not only asylum but various other benefits.
        It's like criticizing Clarence Thomas for benefitting from Affirmative Action but strongly denying that bit of help to other African Americans. Criticism of Thomas is not a criticism of Affirmative Action but a criticism of his pull-up-the-ladder-behind-me views.
        Programs that help immigrants get settled and educated are good for the country and should be supported, particularly by people who have benefitted from the programs themselves.

        While Democrats work to get more people to vote, Republicans work to ensure those votes won't count.

        by Tamar on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 02:21:49 PM PDT

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        •  Actually (0+ / 0-)

          it's pretty clearly to excoriate Cuban Americans.

          The ignorance and bigotry displayed has been appalling.

          •  I'm sorry you feel that way. As I said, my problem (1+ / 0-)
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            Kathy Scheidel

            with Rubio is not only that he's conservative, uncaring, and opportunistic, but also that he's willing and perhaps even eager to deny current immigrants the benefits of programs and policies he's experienced. I would like to see us treat current immigrants with some of the same open-handedness we've treated both Cuban and Russian immigrants.
            I was very happy to read this:

            Cubans in the U.S. have long identified with or leaned toward the Republican Party, even as Hispanics overall have tilted Democrat. But the party affiliation of Cubans has undergone a shift over the past decade, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of survey data.
            Sounds like Rubio is a poor representative of the Cuban-American community.
            I wish my husband's Russian-immigrant relatives would show similar changes.

            While Democrats work to get more people to vote, Republicans work to ensure those votes won't count.

            by Tamar on Wed Aug 27, 2014 at 01:52:08 PM PDT

            [ Parent ]

  •  I'd rather focus on the Dems who are working (2+ / 0-)
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    mjd in florida, Greenfinches

    hard to keep these kids in the country like O'Malley who signed DREAM Act for MD and is working to help child refugees move to his state and stay in temporary foster care. Or MA Gov. Patrick who also is working to help refugee children and has DREAM Act. Or MN's Governor Dayton who enacted DREAM Act.

    We spend so much time ridiculing GOP politicians and ignoring most of our Democratic bench and their accomplishments, that we are doing the media's job for them.

    Sinbad on dodging sniper fire in Bosnia - "What kind of president would say, 'Hey, man, I can't go 'cause I might get shot so I'm going to send my wife...oh, and take a guitar player and a comedian with you.'"

    by askew on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 12:52:10 PM PDT

  •  Problem is Voters Lump Hispanics All Together (2+ / 0-)
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    bobdevo, graywolf1948

    Rubio, like Ted Cruz, is a Cuban American and while he may be darker complected than your average white he, like Cruz, is white. Cubans don't view immigration through the same lens as Mexicans or Central Americans.
    I bet if you look at who put these two in office you'll see plenty of Hispanics voted for them because of their ethnicity. They believed they would champion the rights of the illegal or the dream kids because they are fellow Hispanics. And they couldn't be more wrong.
    We constantly hear about AIPAC, but rarely do we hear about a tiny Cuban American community who wields so much power when it comes to our foreign policy with Cuba.
    It's all right to trade with Vietnam, China, until recently Russia, Saudi (where most of the 9/11 hijackers came from), Pakistan (state sponsored Islamic terrorism, safe haven for Taliban), but trade and open borders with Cuba. Oh hell no!
    Cruz and Rubio don't want to make the other Hispanics citizens because they would vote Democratic or because they are too Indian and not enough Spanish.
    I'll never vote for a Cuban-American.

  •  Tone Deaf (2+ / 0-)
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    bonch, Greenfinches

    He was one of the few Republicans that had an outside change of possibly surviving the demographic  death spiral that his party finds itself in. He could have sidestepped their impending doom and come out smelling like  flower. Instead he joined the crazy and will end up going down with the ship. He not only won't ever become president, he will have a hard time holding on to his Senate seat.

    Patriotism is the last refuge to which a scoundrel clings. Steal a little and they throw you in jail. Steal a lot and they make you king.... Dylan

    by bywaterbob on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 01:02:32 PM PDT

    •  The first, maybe. (0+ / 0-)

      Maybe - Florida's a huge swing State, and Rubio's from there.

      The second? Fuggeddaboutit. Florida's about to re-elect a convicted Medicare fraudster as Governor, because at least he isn't one of them durned libruls.

      The "Sunshine State" is a lost cause for Democrats. On the rare occasions they nominate an actual Democrat, said Democrat gets nowhere.

      "Violence never requires translation, but it often causes deafness." - Bareesh the Hutt.

      by Australian2 on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 05:39:57 PM PDT

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  •  How Backwalkable Is This Come January (0+ / 0-)

    once the midterm crazee-base season is over?

    I don't think he need fear MTP holding him to his August positions in January. Are there Latino media covering these figures with enough audience penetration and journalism to cause them problems for 2016?

    We are called to speak for the weak, for the voiceless, for victims of our nation and for those it calls enemy.... --ML King "Beyond Vietnam"

    by Gooserock on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 01:02:45 PM PDT

  •  He is a Republican (1+ / 0-)
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    We should not be surprised at his hypocrisy . Just call attention to it.

  •  Immigration and Refugees - US gets F (0+ / 0-)

    As a nation we can and should definitely do better.

    The only Immigration that Rubio and the GOP were once in favor of was a case like Elian Gonzalez, where they were hell bent on keeping a boy from his father. However would they be rushing to keep Elian in the US today.

    In 2009 the US scored an F on the World Refugee Survey, I'd bet we'd be lower today  - Niger one of the poorest nations in the world scores an A.

  •  Kos, don't you mean, "non-Cuban Latino vote"? (0+ / 0-)

    I think that's what you mean.

    Funny, though, that he's a kind of Dreamer!!

    Those who quote Santayana are condemned to repeat him. Me

    by Mark B on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 01:10:55 PM PDT

  •  My grandfather came to the US illegally from Ca... (1+ / 0-)
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    My grandfather came to the US illegally from Canada. Where can I apply for deportation?

  •  Rubio? Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha...... (0+ / 0-)

    I hate quoting Dubbya, but BRING IT ON!!!

    Fiat justitia ruat caelum "Let justice be done though the heavens fall."

    by bobdevo on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 01:17:47 PM PDT

  •  As a Cuban... (1+ / 0-)
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    His family snuck in, violating laws in both Cuba and the USA... and then got Asylum.

    Every Cuban refugee that speaks out against illegal immigration should have that refugee status revoked, so they can get sent back to Cuba an apply "lawfully". Especially the ones who speak out against the current border children issue.

    OMG, like, gag them with a multi-colored spoon. Like, ya know.

    by Jyotai on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 01:23:15 PM PDT

    •  I have the same argument with some People of a ... (0+ / 0-)

      I have the same argument with some People of a Cuban origin, some of them have been rabid antiimigrants...very very ironic coming from some of them, that came claiming political persecution but that go to Cuba to visit as soon they have their papers.

  •  FTFY (0+ / 0-)
    Republicans want to lock up kids for the sins of their parents. But only when they're brown not white.
    Acourse, when the kids are black the sin of their parents isn't illegally entering the country. It's legally entering the country as chattel.

    The real USA Patriot Act was written in 1789. It's called the Bill of Rights.

    by nicteis on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 01:35:11 PM PDT

  •  Cant we just deport white kids for their patent... (1+ / 0-)
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    Cant we just deport white kids for their patents sins?...corruption charge and found guilty...deport um....

  •  I must laugh. Rubio, the Republican savior? (1+ / 0-)
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    Truth.  He just isn't smart enough to pull it off.

    Cruz?  He bleeds crazy.

    Everyone should watch Rand Paul.  He's the sneaky one.

  •  The LATINO version of a HOUSE NIGGA, handkerchi... (0+ / 0-)

    The LATINO version of a HOUSE NIGGA, handkerchief head ass nigga, OREO, boot licker, brown noser, Rat soup eatin' TRAITOR!!!!! How dare he turn on those kids!!!!! I despise that JOKER!! Yes he is VENDEJO!!!!

  •  Where's Marco's halo, TIME? (0+ / 0-)

    Sunday is the toilet used for purging one's self after a week of gorging at Satan's All You Can Sin Buffet.

    by glb3 on Tue Aug 26, 2014 at 04:12:07 PM PDT

  •  Cubanos vs Latinos (0+ / 0-)

    Rightwingers thought they could convince non-rightwingers to vote for a complete looneytoon because she had a vagina; and they think they can convince Hispanic/Latino-Americans to vote for a rightwing--Cuban-American because his ancestors spoke Spanish.  

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