Roundup of Criticism of Obama-Rubio Amnesty

Roundup of Criticism of Obama-Rubio Amnesty:


Brenda Walker:  Amnesty To Cost $2.6 Trillion

Washington Watcher: Rubio’s Ridiculous Immigration Plan: So Bad, It Might Sink Amnesty

Steve Sailer: Obama To Go To Highest Unemployment State To Call For More Immigration To Fill The Jobs Americans Just Can’t Get

James Fulford: Meet The New Amnesty, Same As The Old Amnesty

Brenda Walker: Mickey Kaus Has A Few Items for Amnesty Supporters to Consider

Mickey Kaus: 6 Simple Questions on Immigration

James Fulford: Who Is Marco Rubio Betraying, And Who Is He Supposed To Be Loyal To?

Mickey Kaus: The Rubio Con: Sometimes a political con is just too transparent to fly

Patrick Cleburn: Rubio Swings Left, Supports Amnesty, Open Borders – Wall Street Journal Cheers

Mark Krikorian: Lies, Damn Lies, and Enforcement Promises

Mark Krikorian: They Think We’re Stupid



Washington Watcher: Five Reasons Why The Rubio Amnesty Is NOT “Better Than The Status Quo”

Donald Collins: Same Old, Same Old: Comprehensive Immigration Reform (a.k.a. Amnesty) Lies Intensifying Again

Jesse Mossman: End Of The STUPID Party?

Federale: Don’t Believe The Lies— There Will Be NO Enforcement Of ANY Immigration Laws

Tom Tancredo: The Gang of 8 Proposal is Akin to Amnesty


Other stuff:

Steven Camarota:  “Immigration’s Impact on U.S. Workers,” “Welfare Use by Immigrant Households with Children,” and “Who Got Jobs During the Obama Presidency?”

Ann Coulter: “America Nears El Tipping Pointo



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One thought on “Roundup of Criticism of Obama-Rubio Amnesty

  1. Patroon

    Austin Bramwell pointed out Conservative Inc.’s top-down ideology and we good demonstration of it Rubio/immigration. Six years ago they thundered against amnesty and McCain’s immigration reform. Now it comes down from the mountain top from the priests of the AM dial, the talk-radio hosts, that immigration reform is something worth “doing” and they’re certainly not trying to put a halt to Rubio’s career for advocating for it. Let’s all celebrate how they’ve evolved.

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