Marc Rubio came out in favor of immigration reform discussions. Despite this unforgivable sin, do you think...?

....he could get the Republican nomination?

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Immigration Reform means enforcement of current laws. I am not surprised that you do not know this.

    Don't worry, neither does Part Time Obama.

    Immigration to the United States and related topics

    Relevant United States

    and international laws

    18th century

    Nationality law in the American Colonies Plantation Act 1740 Naturalization Act 1790 / 1795 / 1798

    19th century

    Naturalization Law 1802 14th Amendment (1868) Naturalization Act 1870 Page Act (1875) Immigration Act of 1882 Chinese Exclusion (1882)


    Naturalization Act 1906 Gentlemen's Agreement (1907) Immigration Act 1917 (Asian Barred Zone) Emergency Quota Act (1921) Cable Act (1922) Immigration Act 1924 Tydings–McDuffie Act (1934) Filipino Repatriation Act (1935) Nationality Act of 1940 Bracero Program (1942–1964) Magnuson Act (1943) War Brides Act (1945) Luce-Celler Act (1946)


    UN Refugee Convention (1951) Immigration and Nationality Act 1952 / 1965 Refugee Act (1980) Immigration Reform and Control Act (1986) American Homecoming Act (1989) Immigration Act 1990 Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA) (1996) Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA) (1997)

    21st century

    REAL ID Act (2005) Secure Fence Act (2006)

    Visas and policies

    Visas Permanent residence Visa Waiver Program Temporary protected status Asylum Green Card Lottery US-VISIT Security Advisory Opinion E-Verify Section 287(g)



    Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement U.S. Border Patrol U.S. Customs and Border Protection Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) Board of Immigration Appeals

    Supreme Court cases

    United States v. Wong Kim Ark (1898) United States v. Brignoni-Ponce (1975) Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting (2011)

    Related issues

    and events

    Economic impact Guest worker program Human trafficking Human smuggling Immigration reform Immigration reduction Labor shortage March for America Illegal immigrant population Reverse immigration 2006 protests List of people deported from the United States United States–Mexico border

    Proposed legislation

    DREAM Act (2001–2010) H.R. 4437 (2005) McCain–Kennedy (2005) SKIL (2006) Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act 2006 STRIVE Act (2007) Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act 2007 Uniting American Families Act (2000–2013) Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013

    Immigration stations

    East Boston Ellis Island Angel Island Castle Garden


    "*******" (1954) "Peter Pan" (1960–1962) "Babylift" (1975) "Gatekeeper" (1994) "Endgame" (2003–2012) "Front Line" (2004–2005) "Return to Sender" (2006–2007)

    State legislation

    California DREAM Act (2006–2010) Arizona SB 1070 (2010) Alabama HB 56 (2011)



    Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform National Immigration Forum Center for Community Change We Are America Alliance CASA of Maryland Mexica Movement Mexicans Without Borders Federation for American Immigration Reform Minuteman Project Minuteman Civil Defense Corps California Coalition for Immigration Reform Save Our State Center for Immigration Studies

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  • 6 years ago

    The latest rhetoric of both Democrats & Republicans on the need for Immigration Reform has put the final ball on the Republicans. Speaker John Boehner is certainly the reason why immigration reform will not get done this year. With a heartless pilot on the control in Congress, he has shown absolutely no amount of sympathy to the bitter sufferings of 12 million souls. By playing the blame game, he has shown he is immature and clueless of the inevitable. GOP will eventually sink into oblivion.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Just like nobody said that healthcare did not need reform,We just don't need the DEMONcrat's plan, Nobody has said we don't need immigration reform,. Marco Rubio made a Rookie mistake and backed the DEMONcrat's plan.

    That having been said, Rubio is a good guy.

    But seriously, haven't we all had all we can stand of Presidents who have not yet completed ONE term in the Senate?

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  • 6 years ago

    On the topic of Immigration Reform, the times and the GOP are a' changin'!

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  • L.T.M.
    Lv 7
    6 years ago

    The left will settle for the incompetent dishonest Hillary Clinton. The right it trying to find a candidate who won't sell out to the open borders crowd. The jury is still out.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    You have such a vivid imagination - and you like to hold Republicans to task for what you imagine them to be.

    Immigration Reform is a broad topic. Republicans have been talking about this and presenting bills for 15 years.

    What Immigration Reform means to a guy like Rubio is a little different than what it means to a guy like Obama. That's why the word "Discussion" is part of this whole story.

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  • 6 years ago

    Why not, he couldn't do any worse than Obama and Biden.

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