Monday, November 16, 2015

Another sign that Ryan as Speaker is just another RINO:

I know a few things about politics.

I'm right more often than not.

And when I indicated that replacing Boehner with Ryan would make no difference, I was directly... on... target.

Take this, for example:

Ryan Favors Legal Status for Immigrants Trump Wants to Send Home

House Speaker Paul Ryan said he supports allowing undocumented immigrants to remain in the U.S. without gaining citizenship, and that he doesn’t believe mass deportation, an idea promoted by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, is feasible.

Immigration “starts with border enforcement,” Ryan said in an interview on CBS’s “60 Minutes” program that will air on Sunday, according to a transcript provided by the network. “It starts with enforcing the rule of law. But you need to have a vibrant, legal immigration system. I think you could have a pathway to legal status. Earn your way to legal status, but not to citizenship.”

When asked whether he advocated the deportation of some 11 million undocumented immigrants now estimated to be living in the U.S., the Republican from Wisconsin said, “I do not. I can’t imagine how it could happen. So no.”


The stakes of moving forward are high, Ryan said. Failure means “the country stays on the path it is on, deep poverty, flat wages, working families falling behind, a wreck of national security, followed up by a debt crisis,” he said.
The irony of Rino's statement is clear:

He would advocate that we do, precisely and actually what he then says we cannot do:

He is advocating the "the country stays on the path that it is on."

And that path that it is on includes more and more additional millions of illegal aliens and their anchor babies that WE will have to pay for, INCREASING THE OTHER VERY THING HE'S BABBLING ABOUT,  "deep poverty."

The media, of course, is deliberately asking the wrong question.

The question they SHOULD ask is much simpler and has nothing to do with deportation.

That question SHOULD be: "Mr. Speaker, is there a way to cause the millions of illegals here to just... leave?  Of their own volition?

Continuing on the RINO path of rewarding those who want to break our laws with the right to stay here and suck up the benefits that not even our own VETERANS can dream of is not particularly persuasive when it comes to reasons for these people to go... or for additional millions to stay out.

We have become an illegal alien destination resort with police that refuse to enforce our immigration laws because of the morons they work for.

His answer SHOULD have been, "Well, yes, I believe we can take a multi-pronged approach that would first, include locking down our borders; while simultaneously eliminating any support program for illegals, including welfare, food stamps, housing, jobs, private property rights and health care, save that needed to stabilize a patient to get them transported back to their country.

"We are not going to reward people for breaking our laws.  We are not going to implement a standard that is different for all other countries because two countries just happen to be joined to us geographically."

I am not going to look at a citizen of, say, Thailand and tell them YOU have to wait ten years, following the process, while someone else doesn't have to wait at all because they broke our laws."

That is what a Republican would say.

That Ryan "can't imagine how it could happen" should have just been followed up with, "Are you stupid, Mr. Speaker?"

RINO's "can't imagine" because they don't WANT to "imagine."  They are the very definition of insanity, in everything from their actions (continuing to go along to get along, getting the same outcomes) to their statements (we have to do things differently or else) and then refusing to change the very things that need changing.

Despicable.  Damaging.  Disheartening.

There will be no difference under that clueless idiot with the job now than there was with Boehner.

Just like I said.

We MUST change.  Or our country will be changed for us. 

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