Saturday, February 20, 2016

Rubio, The Earnest Young Liar

Yes, he speaks from both sides of his lingual abilities.  With forked tongue!

Well, DACA is going to have to end at some point. I wouldn't undo it immediately. The reason is that there are already people who have that permission, who are working, who are studying, and I don't think it would be fair to cancel it suddenly.
But I do think it is going to have to end. And, God willing, it's going to end because immigration reform is going to pass. DAPA hasn’t yet taken effect, and I think it has impeded progress on immigration, on immigration reform. And since that program hasn’t taken effect yet, I would cancel it. But DACA, I think it is important; it can't be cancelled suddenly because there are already people who are benefiting from it. But it is going to have to end. It cannot be the permanent policy of the United States. And I don't think that's what they’re asking for, either. I think that everyone prefers immigration reform....

Thus he spake--in Spanish--on Univision.

 But his English?  Altogether different.

...In English, he only talks about border security and DACA "ending." In Spanish, he says it will have to end at some point to be determined, and also says that won't matter much anyway, because we'll have a permanent legislative amnesty in place by then. (He also speaks of it ending in the third person -- he won't end it. It will just "end" itself, somehow. If we're doing a close parsing.)...

When Ted Cruz called him on it, he called Cruz a 'liar.'  Trump-esque, eh?

And when Fox News interviews the Earnest Young Liar, they don't ask the question.   Hmmmm.

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