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    Sen. Rubio Says He’s ‘Realistic’ On Immigration: ‘We Can’t Do It All At Once’

    by Charlie Spiering
    30 Mar 2015

    After confirming that he plans to make an announcement about his plans for 2016, Senator Marco Rubio described himself as “realistic” on immigration reform.

    “I think I’m realistic on immigration,” said Rubio during an interview on the Fox News program “The Five,” pointing out that the current status of the immigration system was “not sustainable.”

    Rubio pointed to President Obama’s executive orders as problematic to immigration reform, making comprehensive reform impossible.

    “The American people will not support doing anything further on immigration until first they believe that illegal immigration in the future is under control,” Rubio said. “If that happens, I think that people are willing to be very reasonable about what we do with those here now, that have been here for a long time and have not otherwise violated our laws.”

    But first, Rubio explained, the United States government has to prove to skeptical Americans that it’s possible to stop future illegal immigration.

    “Until you can show them, not tell them, until you can show them that you are going to bring future illegal immigration under control, I think it’s impossible to move forward on anything else on immigration,” he said. “That’s just the fact given what has happened over the last couple of years.”

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    “The American people will not support doing anything further on immigration until first they believe that illegal immigration in the future is under control,” Rubio said. “If that happens, I think that people are willing to be very reasonable about what we do with those here now, that have been here for a long time and have not otherwise violated our laws.
    If they're working here, they have already "otherwise violated our laws." If they've been here working for a long time, then they have "otherwise violated our laws" for a long time.

    If the federal government isn't going to enforce US immigration, US labor and US civil rights laws, then Americans need to stop paying the federal government for a job it's refusing to do.
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    Judy wrote:

    If they're working here, they have already "otherwise violated our laws." If they've been here working for a long time, then they have "otherwise violated our laws" for a long time.
    You're absolutely right! My understanding of the law is the longer you violate the law the more guilty you are, which in the real world should mean the more serious the penalty. Why is immigration law different than other laws? Seems where illegal immigration is concerned, the longer you've been here the more favorable your chances are for remaining. It just doesn't make any sense. Those that have been here the longest are the first ones we should be deporting because they are the more serious violaters of the law!

    Every amnesty bill to date has one definite thing in common. The longer you've been here, the better your chances of staying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
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    You're absolutely right! My understanding of the law is the longer you violate the law the more guilty you are, which in the real world should mean the more serious the penalty. Why is immigration law different than other laws? Seems where illegal immigration is concerned, the longer you've been here the more favorable your chances are for remaining. It just doesn't make any sense. Those that have been here the longest are the first ones we should be deporting because they are the more serious violaters of the law!

    Every amnesty bill to date has one definite thing in common. The longer you've been here, the better your chances of staying.
    Exactly! It's the complete opposite of the way all normal laws are enforced. I'm telling you, all these politicians that support illegal immigration are on the take with the cartels behind this travesty. There is no other explanation for the bizarre special treatment of illegal aliens that is so contrary to law, common sense and the best interest of the American People.
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