Continuing a theme they started in the last Republican debate, senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, both sons of Cuban immigrants, had another testy exchange over immigration at last night’s debate in South Carolina. The tone of last night’s comments positioned immigration policy as a national security issue, a far cry from the bipartisan 2012 “Gang of Eight” bill, which Rubio supported.
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Let me see if I get this right…TWO highly educated white Cubans perfectly fluent in at least 2 languages, one from Canada and the other from Cuba North aka Miami are going to broker a new immigration policy for brown indios from Mexico and Central America who don’t even speak Spanish?
Yeah, that’s it all right…only in America does political hyporisy and hubris reach these heights.