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Rubio..... hear this.............

Fool me once, damn you
Fool me twice, damn me.

For You and Ryan and all the others pushing instant forgiveness, wrapped any way you want (after sinking a 12 foot putt for a 7 on a par 3,in golf we called it "Whipped Cream on Cowpie")...... listen up

We do not hate immigrants, certainly NOT LEGAL immigrants.

But you tell me about the criminal gangs who fly a foreign flag above OUR Flag.
You tell me about the felons who are "kissed" with a free ride thru our "ILLEGAL System".
You tell me about CRIMINAL employers who hire CRIMINALS instead of American citizens.
B A R F .......B A R F .......B A R F .......B A R F .......

We may even, somehow, accept the criminals who have invaded our country....did you read that....CRIMINALS WHO HAVE INVADED OUR COUNTRY!

BUT WE absolutely do NOT trust you and others , collectively the Government, to do what you promise....

WE absolutely do NOT trust you and others , collectively the Government,
to do what you promise....
Either you will get bought off or voted out or ....1000 other reasons
Our Supreme Court has even made matters worse!

IF you really want to connect with TRUE Americans, STOP the charade and doble cara!
IF you REALLY want to reach America, slice the pork loaded, bribe filled monstrosity you now support into at least two parts.
Part #1 - Secure Border
* At least 90% of attempted illegal entries are thwarted.
* This thru a combo of Fences, More Border Agents, Instant/temporary
   reinforcement of State National Guard, Drones, IR, TV, Etc
* Ingress < Egress + 25%
* Ingress controlled and measured as above
* Egress measured by Border Crossing ID Checks
* Results must be confirmed by an INDEPENDENT, Non-Governmental
  US Company such as AMEX, VISA or BIG Accounting Firm
* Results must be above prescribed thresholds AND stable for 3+
  years BEFORE any other laws or Parts can be triggered.

Part #2 - Amnesty ( Purchased Citizenship)
* Regardless of any other necessary requirements, ALL/ANY candidates
go to the END of existing lines for application for citizenship
* To be a candidate you must
* Properly Identify yourself
* Pay back taxes
* Learn English ( 8th grade proficiency in Reading, Writing, Speaking)
* Pledge Allegiance to America
* Quit whatever job you now have as an ILLEGAL
* Apply for a new job under stiffly administered e-Verify with a properly
issued Green Card
* What Greta said... READ IT .... much easier than 1200+ pages of legalese.
* http://nation.foxnews.com/2013/06/24/greta-my-one-page-immigration-bill

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        “Besides Rasmussen, the often interesting Quinnipiac University polling a few months back showed that only 19% of the voting populace generally trust government to do the right thing “almost all of the time” or “most of the time; but among TEA Party members that number drops to only 4%. 




Rasmussen Poll Underlines

Conservative Voter Skepticism, Distrust



        The term bandied around most by the progressives and other left-wingers over the last 110 years of American history is their Marxist interpretation of the word “revolution.”  Those revolting people with the aim of bringing totalitarianism to our shores have ceaselessly talked about “the revolution” and derided the system created by America’s Founding Fathers, the system that has made America a shining beacon of hope around the planet for over 225 years. 

        However, throughout real American history it’s been the radical center that has led the way, who’ve brought great change to these shores . . . and right now, according to a recent Rasmussen Reports it is that same radical-center group that is most likely to “kick the bast_rds out” of the Oval Office and Congress until they get a government that truly represents their interests and highest standards. According to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll of likely Republican voters, if you talk to 64% of them, they now see "the divide between the public and their government is the biggest since the American Revolution" began in 1775.

        In the Rasmussen survey of likely G.O.P. primary voters, 64% of them agree with that sentiment; only 16% disagree and 20% say they aren’t sure. In related questioning, 84% of Republican voters trust the judgment of the American people more than that of the nation’s political leaders and only 4% trust the political leaders more with 12% “undecided.” When Democrats and Independents are added in, overall 76% of the people today trust the people more than the politicians. The likely Republican voters deeply distrust their government:  87% say the federal government has become a special interest group with the power to advance its own interests to the public’s detriment. Only 6% of Republicans disagree with that view.  67% of G.O.P. voters think big business and the government often work together in ways that hurt consumers and investors; with only 13% disagreeing and 20% unsure.

       Rasmussen Reports founder Scott Rasmussen (who’s run the most accurate and trustworthy polling service in the country for the last dozen years; authored the book In Search of Self-Governance; and co-authored Mad as Hell: How the TEA Party is Fundamentally Remaking our Two-Party System with ex-Clinton aide Doug Schoen) said this in In Search of Self Governance: 

                                    “Throughout American History, voters tend to be a few decades ahead of the political leadership. Voters gradually adapt to changes in the real world while politicians defend the status quo.” 
        If he’s right, it explains why “Revolution” as it’s seen by the left hasn’t caught on. The dynamic in America is, according to Rasmussen, significantly different than it is in European, Asian or Latin American countries where Marxism has played out its hand.  Obviously, the status quo today is an unresponsive, big spending, ever-expanding federal government and gradually diminished freedoms -- all of which the larger part of the voters oppose.

       Rasmussen revealed that 43% of the G.O.P. considers themselves part of the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party movement and 22% of all voters align themselves with the TEA Party.  The TEA Party reports that its makeup includes 9% Democrats; 18% Independents and 72% Libertarians and Republicans who are, of course, most likely to vote in the upcoming Republican primaries. The stereotype that the group belongs to “angry old men” is incorrect: 56% of TEA Party members are women and the average age is 44. 

       Polls by other groups have highlighted some of the problems that the recent Rasmussen’s poll shows Republicans excited about. For example, the often interesting Quinnipiac University polling a few months back showed that only 19% of the voting populace generally trusts government to do the right thing “almost all of the time” or “most of the time; but among TEA Party members that number drops to only 4% compared to 24% among non-TEA Party citizens. All this ties in to another Rasmussen poll showing that only 23% of the likely voting public now says the government has the consent of the governed in America.

      The main difference, of course between the progressive-radicals and the mainstream radicals is, of course, the question of bullets or ballots.  Many on the left such as Frances Fox Piven of Cloward-Piven** Strategy infamy have long advocated “bloody revolution.” The quiet revolution via the ballot box is the preferred method of the angry Republicans and TEA Party folk. Surveys of all Americans over the last four decades has shown that the breakdown of self-identification has remained very steady at or around: 44% calling themselves “conservative”; 42% self-labeling as “moderate”; and just 12% “liberal" or "progresssive.” 

      The area crippling conservatism’s power in Rajjpuut’s opinion is “social-conservativism^^” which includes items like strict anti-abortion stands; and desire for creationism and other religious beliefs being taught in public schools; singing religious Christmas carols in public schools, etc.  For example:  62% of all Americans are against the strictest anti-abortion views (absolutely no abortion under any circumstances) while only 37% support them.  When slightly softer anti-abortion views are expressed 55% oppose them and 44% support them.  Separation of Church and State doctrines, of course, are also very popular among voters who instinctively wish to confine religious utterances to churches and private religious schools.  On the other hand, “combined Constitutional conservativism and fiscal-conservativism” as advocated by the TEA Party seems to be an area that at least half of the Independent voters and about 15% of the Democrats can enthusiastically support.


Ya’all live long, strong and ornery,






^^ The demographic breakdown is that on social issues Americans say they are “conservative” 36%; moderate 31%; and liberal 30%. This indicates that the most tenable political area lies within the Libertarian’s fiscal- and Constitutional-conservativism; and social-moderatism to social-liberalism. The reason that Libertarianism has never caught on, in Rajjpuut’s opinion is that Libertarian leaders have been genuinely impractical and also inclined to shoot their mouths off about ALL their views instead of confining their politics to fiscal- and Constitutional-conservativism only. Just get into office and dramatically shrink the size of the government and put the fiscal house in order . . . that’s what we need!


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