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Ann Coulter gave me serious heartburn during the 2011 primaries. I mean what is this woman’s fascination with fat guys and geeky Mormons? Neither Chris Christie (her first choice for the GOP nomination) nor Romney stood the remotest chance of winning, because conservatives were not going to vote for them.
I did vote for Romney, but I was dang near the only conservative evangelical, well, lapsed evangelical, who did. Most evangelicals are geeks too, but we’re better looking. Something to do with historial Mormon inbreeding, I suspect.
Okay, that was totally not politically correct and uncalled and I apologize. To fat guys. Oh, knock it off, I was kidding!
But Coulter is right on immigration and the Republican Party’s suicide pact with Marco Rubio.
We warned Tea Party Rubio supporters to be suspect way back during the 2010 primaries. The tipoff for us was when he dissed Sarah Palin’s offer to help with his campaign, and later, when he dissed and then flip-flopped on Arizona SB 1070.
Rubio has turned out to be a RINO of the worst stripe: a ‘say anything’ RINO. Far worse than Lindsay Graham, who is strong on military and national security but has a little green Marxist demon on his shoulder that causes him to do stupid things like approve liberal judges and support ridiculously expensive light bulbs that don’t work.
I kept quiet for the most part when Rubio started making the rounds on his immigration push, while Democrats like Chuck Schumer all but paid for his La Raza membership. They not only jumped right in with the junior from Florida but put him out front to take the fusillade.
Narcissist that he apparently is, Rubio took the point thinking he could deliver different messages in Spanish and English and nobody would know the difference.
Fortunately, Regular Right Guy’s menu Spanish is fabulous, and I definitely heard him say, ¡Enchiladas gratis para siempre!
Sen. Marco Rubio, the leading Republican behind the Gang of Eight comprehensive immigration reform bill, says he “probably should have been more artful in the use of terms” when he said in a Spanish-language interview last weekend that the bill first provides for legalization of the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the U.S., and then, after that, for increased border security.
Uh… no. That was plenty artful for me, thank you.
Rubio has adopted the oldest Democrat trick in the book to push his amnesty legislation. Urgency. We simply can’t build the border fence right now; there are just too many danged illegals in the way to get the bull dozers through! Crisis! Oh my what are we going to do?
Wait. Here’s an idea: Why don’t we give them a pathway to legalization by legalizing them! Forever ending the blight of de facto amnesty on our nation. Urgently. Because time’s a wasting, folks.
Ann Coulter is spot-on about Rubio’s Gang of Eight immigration bill. It will bankrupt what is left of the U.S. economy with entitlement deal-outs, and it will destroy the Republican Party.
File Under: RINO-Plasty
h/t Salon [Image]