Full Caf Americano™
But for a supposed Tea Party patriot, Marco’s sounding more like a Benedicto Arnoldo everyday.
This guy did the ‘Full Ginsberg’ on the Sunday circuit yesterday looking like an eighth-grader explaining the Law of Entropy. This is not amnesty. ‘Amnesty is forgiveness of something.’ Oh, I get it. Like for living in El Monte.
The Tea Party Patriots organization is planning protests on Tuesday at the home state offices of several Senators that the group argues are in need of an “intervention” for being sucked up into inside-the-Beltway politics, including Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA)
The group is targeting Rubio on immigration reform and Toomey on gun control.
“Two Senators in particular are facing Tea Party pressure, as they should–Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Pat Toomey (R-PA),” Tea Party Patriots said in a release. “Both of these men were elected thanks to Tea Party support, yet Senator Rubio is the star spokesman for a secretive, small group working on a bill that purports to address illegal immigration and the entire US immigration system as a whole. This bill is already 1,500 pages and no one outside the small working group has read it, meaning legislation that will affect our security, spending, taxes, culture, education, welfare, jobs, etc. is being crafted without input from most of our Senators or the American people. Not only might the legislation be bad policy, it has already gone outside of the normal process.” [More]
Marco? Hello, Marco? We’re not talking Cubans here. Democrats are the reason Cubans don’t have a country today. We should have given them Miami for JFK fagging out on the Bay of Pigs Invasion.
Mexico is in the middle of a war larger than Iraq and Afghanistan combined with its drug cartels, and the U..S.-Mexico border is a sieve. And playing John Wayne on Second Amendment Rights doesn’t get you a pass.
CLOSE THE FREAKING BORDER, MARCO! Then maybe we can talk about what to do with the eleven-to-20 million illegals who currently reside in the U.S.
Oh, and one more thing. An attaboy from Karl Rove? That is probably not a good thing.