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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

Rubio Now Says He Would Come to the US Illegally If He Had To

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Well, maybe that's why he's been scratched from the Veep spot. Of course, if he felt this way, why has he been taking such tough positions on immigration up until recently?

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  1. gg's Avatar
    Its official no immigration reform in the first 100 days of Romney's term.

    http://thehill.com/video/campaign/234239-romney-releases-new-tv-ads-in-virginia-ohio-north-carolina-iowa
  2. Jack's Avatar
    I agree that it's odd. If a politician wants people to respect our immigration law, maybe he shouldn't say, "Heck, I'd break it!"

    There will always be people who think that way so the answer is to make it so those people think, "I *would* break it but won't because there's no point--you can't work, get housing..."

    As opposed to "Once you get there, the odds of getting deported are low and even if you do, one can just come back. They have laws but their president seems to make his own and will protect me so long as I don't do some terrible things. Maybe my family better get there soon because the president and his party want to give green cards and citizenship to everyone illegally residing there and we don't want to miss the cut-off."
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