This Republican, who is probably hoping his DNA connection to the Bush family will get him elected, made an insanely stupid anti-Conservative, anti-Republican comment.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Jeb Bush, a potential Republican presidential candidate in 2016, said on Sunday that illegal immigrants who come to the United States to provide for their families are not committing a felony but an “act of love.”
Act of love? Love for whom? Love for what? It’s love from a foreigner who doesn’t give a damn about this country. All they care about is what they can get the U.S. and its taxpayers to give them.
“Democratic President Barack Obama, who was re-elected in 2012, won 71 percent of the Hispanic vote to Republican challenger Mitt Romney’s 27 percent.”
Obama bought votes in 2008 by giving out free cell phones. He is still buying votes, but with “legal status” promises this time.
Listen, we have trouble providing food and jobs for our native born citizens. Why the hell are all these illegal immigrants allowed to come here and stay?
We can’t admit everyone on the planet to our much troubled country. If we DID allow everyone to come here, it would be the end of the world, because the balance of the Earth would be thrown off, and Earth would first wobble, then slip out of its orbit around the sun onto a course into the deepest regions of space.
SEAL OUR BORDER! STOP PEOPLE FROM ENTERING ILLEGALLY.
Hey, Jeb, I agree with you on one point: the illegal immigrants are criminals. But how you see their violation of our sovereign laws to be an act of love?
Jeb, you ain’t got a snowball’s chance in Hell of winning the presidency, so stop trying, and stop making statements that are ludicrous and will turn the Republican Party and conservative citizenry against you.