Wednesday, April 9, 2014
So Jeb Bush thinks it’s an “act of love” for illegal aliens to sneak into the country.
Guess what, Jeb — it’s going to be an act of love for millions of Republicans and independents to vote against you in the Republican presidential primaries in 2016.
“A great country ought to know where those folks are and politely ask them to leave,” Jeb said Sunday.
You couldn’t pry these illegals out of here with the Jaws of Life. At least not as long as they’re collecting TANF, SNAP, Sect. 8, MassHealth — the full Tsarnaev, in other words.
“The way I look at this,” he said, “is someone who comes to our country because they couldn’t come legally, they come to our country because their families — the dad who loved their children — was worried that their children didn’t have food on the table. … It’s an act of love.”
Jeb, what about all the Americans who worry that this invasion of tens of millions of illegal aliens is bankrupting the nation — would it be an “act of love” for all those citizens, yes citizens, to vote against the politicians who are pandering to these invaders?
Is it an act of love to want to stop these hordes of illegals from going to state colleges for free because they’ll be depriving your tax-paying American children of their earned (as opposed to unearned) place at the table?
Jeb, you talk about keeping families intact. How about the Denice family of Milford? That American family was shattered by one of your “dreamers,” or should we now call them “lovers.” This illegal from Ecuador happened to be driving unlicensed and drunk, with his anchor baby beside him in the front seat, when he ran over a young American college graduate named Matthew Denice.
This dreamer, er lover, now claims he can’t speak English or Spanish, even though he was somehow able to order a couple of six packs of Bud Light. This happened in 2011, but the illegal still hasn’t been tried. The judge says as an Indian, he apparently lacks an enzyme to metabolize alcohol, which I guess makes it OK to kill Americans while driving drunk.
“It shouldn’t rile people up that people are actually coming to this country to provide for their families.”
Jeb, have you ever been to a hospital emergency room on a Saturday night? Or a district court on a Monday morning? Or a Walmart on the morning after the EBT cards are refilled?
Jeb, your brother used to say that they were only coming here to do the jobs that Americans won’t do. Yet somehow, when the illegals have their demonstrations at the State House demanding ever more handouts, it’s always on a weekday, during business hours. Don’t they have jobs, you know, like the Tea Party people do?
Run, Jeb, run. I and millions of other Americans can’t wait to vote against you.