March 18, 2013, - 2:02 pm

That’s Your Prez Candidate? Rand Paul to Unveil Immigration Amnesty Program Tomorrow @ Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

By Debbie Schlussel

Will Rand Paul’s endorsement, tomorrow, of amnesty for illegal aliens be embraced by the so-called conservatives who’ve blindly gushed over his ACLU/far-left stand in the war against Islamic terrorists? His office just sent me a press release, below, about his “immigration reform” (that’s clear code for AMNESTY) program which he’ll unveil tomorrow at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, a group which openly endorses amnesty. The Hispanic Chamber, by the way, vehemently opposed Arizona’s immigration laws. Uh-huh, those are Rand Paul’s pals.

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Rand Paulistinian: He and the Left are for Illegal Alien Amnesty. Are You?

There was unnecessary buzz over the weekend about Rand Paul winning a straw poll for the 2016 Presidential race at CPAC–the deceptively-named Conservative Political Action Conference. But nutjobs–like Paul’s father Ron–generally win at CPAC. And that’s because CPAC is a bunch of self-appointed cliques of losers and wannabes; nerdy, old congenital political geeks; college students; and Islamo-panderers. None of these represents American conservatism. Real American conservatism is on the streets of Brighton, Michigan or Appleton, Wisconsin, and the farms of Nebraska, not with these Inside the Beltway wannabes. And so it goes with their endorsement of Rand Paul who will NEVER be President, just like dear old dad.


Sadly, though, while his fruitcake papa never caught on much beyond the tea parties and the Neo-Nazi skinheads who worked on his campaigns (and whose help he did not disavow), Rand Paul’s left-wing rant against getting rid of Islamic terrorists–he thinks Obama should have given Anwar Al-Awlaki and his son a trial on U.S. soil complete with America-hating ACLU lawyers–caught on with people who used to be of sound mind, people who supporting fighting Islamic terrorists on our own soil when President Bush was in power.

So, now, Rand Paul is manifesting exactly the monster we warned that he was when he ran for the Kentucky U.S. Senate seat. He’s his dad. Before he ran, he compared U.S. troops to Hitler, attacked Gitmo, accused the U.S. of torture, and praised Iran, applauding its anti-American sentiment and saying he didn’t blame the Iranians for hating us. He wasn’t opposed to Iranian nukes, either. But idiots like Sarah Palin and the idiots who follow her got this clown elected. Now, he’s still that guy and more. He’s the guy who supports illegal alien amnesty for 20 million lawbreaking invaders in our midst. He’s the guy who feels, like liberals and the ACLU and HAMAS CAIR, that Islamic terrorists should have trials on American soil with tax-funded lawyers to conduct circuses. He’s the guy who claims that “America is not a battlefield,” as he told Rush Limbaugh, in support of his filibuster and demands from Eric Holder to guarantee that American citizens on U.S. soil wouldn’t be targeted with drones, even if they are terrorists. America is not a battlefield? Tell it to the 13 Americans murdered at Fort Hood? Or those who were about to be blown up in Times Square. Or the 3,000 who were murdered on American soil on 9/11. His view is also at odds with longtime–since the Civil War–U.S. law that Americans on U.S. soil can be treated as enemy combatants.

So, now, here it is. So-called conservatives are embracing a guy who is to the left of or matches Obama on everything that matters: legal rights for Islamic terrorists, amnesty for illegal aliens, closing Gitmo, embracing Iran, and so on. In case you don’t know, Rand Paul is the only U.S. Senator to vote against a resolution against Iran nukes.

If Rand Paul’s amnesty program becomes law, he will for certain never be President because, after all, he’ll help solidify instant legions of liberal Democrat voters into the mix and for generations to come. And the so-called conservatives cheering him on will deserve it because they cheered on everything this libertarian-without-limits nutjob supported to their scorched earth death.

Good luck with that:

From: Lane, Jillian (Paul) Jillian_Lane@paul.senate.gov
Date: Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 12:18 PM
Subject: ***MEDIA ADVISORY***TOMORROW: Sen. Paul to Discuss Vision for Immigration Reform
To:
Cc: “Bagley, Moira (Paul)” Moira_Bagley@paul.senate.gov, “May, Eleanor (Paul)” Eleanor_May@paul.senate.gov

***MEDIA ADVISORY***

TOMORROW: Sen. Paul to Discuss Vision for Immigration Reform

WASHINGTON, D.C. – TOMORROW, Tuesday, March 19, Sen. Rand Paul will unveil his immigration policy and outline his platform for reform at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Legislative Summit in Washington, D.C.

TOMORROW, TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2013

SEN. PAUL TO UNVEIL IMMIGRATION REFORM POLICY
TIME: 8:00a.m. ET
LOCATION: The Capital Hilton
Presidential Ballroom
1001 16th St. NW
Washington DC 20036

So, all of you conservatives who rightfully supported Arizona’s immigration laws, now are ya gonna just throw that all away because you are blindly, dangerously in love with Rand Paul?

Good luck with that.

Ah for the days when the Republican Party was about national security (if there ever were those days). Now, it’s just about, “Hey, Liberals, Me Too! Me Too!”

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[Debbie – So, all of you conservatives who rightfully supported Arizona’s immigration laws, now are ya gonna just throw that all away because you are blindly, dangerously in love with Rand Paul?]

I am not going to hold my breath waiting for this to happen, but I would love to see some of these conservative legislatures be forced to answer on television how they square the two.

I_AM_ME on March 18, 2013 at 2:36 pm

Debbie, to be honest with you, if it were between Rand Paul and Marco Rubio, I’d choose Rand Paul over him, and yes Rand Paul has TONS of skeletons and shadows in his closet about on what he allegedly said and what he stands for. Also, if it were between Paul and Clinton in 2016, I’ll go with Rand Paul, but I’ll hate myself for it because of all of the information that Debbie herself has pointed and coined out about him on this blog of her’s over the last 3-4 years of Senator Paul.

Plus I really wasn’t surprised that Senator Paul somewhat supports amnesty for illegal-aliens, and since from what I’ve read in this piece that DS has put out about him about to expose a so-called “immigration reform” program (code word for amnesty for illegal-aliens). I think we on the political right wing can email his PR people to tell him to NOT do this crap of enabling lawbreakers who violated US immigration laws, but I also think if we email Rand Paul’s PR folks, they’ll overlook it and think of us as “nutjobs” or “nativists”?

And I wasn’t surprised that NONE of the speakers at CPAC yet again failed to mention our issues with illegal-immigration, and the threat of the islamofascists and their lobbying groups here in the states who pervert and BS with our laws, etc. They talked about the same old crap of “Obama-bashing” (yes Obama sucks and is a fraud as a president), taxes, money and finances, the constitution (and yes our constitution & bill of rights are all important documents which represents the laws of our country), and so forth, that’s why I don’t take CPAC seriously anymore, nothing but hacks and apparachicks!

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

SR: I would NEVER vote for Hillary Clinton. I will thankfully never have to vote for Rand Paul. But, sadly, they aren’t much different on the issues, other than abortion, and so I would never vote for him either, if given that choice between two devils. I don’t like Rubio. But if it were between him and Hillary, I would certainly vote for him. And that’s the problem: we keep getting these crappy choices b/c they know we’ll never vote for Hillary. She’d slaughter Rubio, though. And, as you note, Rubio wimped out from speaking on immigration b/c his amnesty position is NOT popular among conservatives . . . for now. DS

Sean R. on March 18, 2013 at 3:05 pm

    Obama-Putin has been draggin’ down the nation for going on 5 years and the GOP STILL don’t have a formidable foe to go up against him. It’s almost laughable. Conservatives better wake the eff up. We are on Obama-Putin’s SECOND term and not a strong Conservative in sight. C’mon peeps. See this for what it is.

    After November 6th, 2012 I am NOT going to vote for another RINO or GOP apparatchik. EVER. I voted for Mitt Zombie and I believe I did the right thing BUT it ended then and there. No. More. (I have now joined the peeps who didn’t vote for Romney in 2012).

    I’d not vote for Rubio por nada. I will continue to vote but Romney was my last Hail-Mary vote. EVER. It’s already too late. That was the TRUE last chance now it’s MULTIPLE Sisyphean efforts to right the ship in lieu of one Sisyphean effort.

    Thank the rotting of the Nation and Obama-Putin voters. We’re in a fine mess.

    Skunky on March 18, 2013 at 11:16 pm

It looks like gay marriage will be next in the Republican Party’s abdication of any pretense of conservatism (or that of its followers).

And beyond that, the Republican Party and its followers have a knack for emphasizing whatever subject is irrelevant at the time.

During the 2012 campaign, virtually nothing about repealing Obamacare except for a couple of empty, isolated pronouncements. Lots in the abstract about reducing Government spending.

Now, when the question of Government spending is actually right on center-stage, they are talking about virtually everything except that, again, except for a couple of isolated, empty pronouncments.

No CPAC discussion about reducing Government spending right now, not 15 years from now. Nothing, again, about getting rid of Obamacare, or reducing the immense waste in Government spending, wasteful Government employees, wasteful spending projects.

In fact, let’s increase Govt. spending by legalizing hordes of illegals, and legalizing and legitimizing gay marriage (in addition to financial, the culture damage from these two campaigns is immense, and virtually no one even discusses this anymore).

But I guess this is what we can expect from decades of dumbing down, and mindlessly watching television, and having more and more pictures instead of analytical text.

Even the internet, which at first showed some promise, is being dumbed down. Most of the ‘news’ sites are devolving more and more to videos rather than text. I guess people either can’t read anymore, or don’t have a long enough attention span to ‘read’ (if you want to call it that) for more than 15 seconds. This affects both ‘conservative’ and liberal sites. Why read an article when you can watch the video?

As they say, in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.

Little Al on March 18, 2013 at 3:29 pm

    The ‘one-eyed men/women’ being the standard conservative pundits.

    Little Al on March 18, 2013 at 3:40 pm

    LA,

    Let me ask you ask a question: would you change your stand on gay marriage b/c your son or daughter was gay?

    That’s what OH Senator Rob Portman recently did. Neither you, nor I nor Debbie would change our core beliefs to avoid offending someone’s feelings. Eternal values of right and wrong never change.

    You can’t count on politicians to be more Catholic than the Pope cuz they’ll follow the political winds. There may be good reason for reconsidering one’s long-held views on some issues. Courting personal popularity however, will never be one of them.

    Incidents like that one and Paul’s impending embrace of amnesty underscore the fact we no longer have a conservative movement in this country. After all, if you agree with the Democrats on just about everything but abortion, there’s no longer a justifiable reason to remain a conservative. And yes, we are in living a country that’s become the land of the blind faster than any of us thought possible.

    With the Right the way it is today, we might not get another GOP presidential candidate elected in our lifetime. Its more than just demography, stupid. If you follow the trend, let just say it isn’t our friend.

    NormanF on March 18, 2013 at 4:48 pm

      No, I would not, any more than I would change my position if my son or daughter was liberal. And Portman is opportunistically positioning himself for 2016.

      Little Al on March 18, 2013 at 5:27 pm

lol

Max on March 18, 2013 at 3:31 pm

#StandWithRand

Max on March 18, 2013 at 3:31 pm

    …changed to #gRANDstand .

    Pats on March 19, 2013 at 8:37 am

Stand with Rand. Reminds me a little of the poetry of Jesse Jackson. Many shallow or deceptive people seem to rely on poetry to help them make points.

I have become convinced that they do this because they understand either consciously or sub-consciously that sound is more important than content.

Just like when communicating with animals. I guess that the similar sounds found in poetry “Stand with Rand”, or “Heh Heh, Ho Ho, Western Civilization’s Got to Go” arouse a primeval reaction absorbed by the senses of the listeners that gives the poetic words greater authority.

Little Al on March 18, 2013 at 3:49 pm

And it is fitting that Debbie mentioned Appleton Wisconsin, a town that made an unmatched contribution to conservatism and the strengthening of internal security, at least for a few years, during the middle of the last century.

Little Al on March 18, 2013 at 3:59 pm

I really hope that these “conservatives” lose by a landslide to a Democrat in 2016 if they are so dumb as nominate Rand Paul as the GOP nominee.

If they help him to enfranchise millions of new Democrat voters AKA amnesty they should get everything they deserve – and more. These dumb-asses on the Right apparently didn’t learn the lesson from Mitt Romney’s (“Mitt Happens”) loss last year that a Republican running to the LEFT of a Democrat will lose soundly!

If the GOP wants to be Democrat-Lite, that’s its affair. But it will also be a party headed the way of the Dodo. Just as well considering we no longer have a conservative movement in this country. And Rand Paul has shown the Right they’re easily fooled and hypocrites who have no core beliefs and who are willing to embrace any one in order to win.

That’s not what Main Street conservatives in this country want. I fear though, we’re pretty obsolete knowing the America we used to have no longer exists and the Right has grown even dumber and dumber than the Left. Not that it will wake up and shed its blind embrace of Rand and his destructive ultra-left wing philosophy. Next to Rand, Obama looks downright conservative and for that the Right has no one to blame but themselves.

NormanF on March 18, 2013 at 4:37 pm

Keep crying, faggots! Your tears taste delicious. Almost as sweet as watching your stale and moss-covered heads melt as we take the country by force from your blood-soaked hands. You whiny old crybabies made a mess on the carpet, and we’re going to clean it up no matter how much you like wallowing in your own shit.

Suck it. Peace!

Max on March 18, 2013 at 5:50 pm

    Max are you for real? You had better wake the f*** up. No one is wiping the flo’ with ANYONE but the Donk/Democrats. The Republicans couldn’t find their assholes with a map and a flash light.

    If you stand with LIBERTARIAN Rand, you are keeping the Losertarian name alive and well. (I used to see 3rd parties as “Losertarians” but now I believe a NON-Libertarian one is in need to save Conservatives from extinction…and yes, we’ll have to lose & lose at first…)

    Norman, I think you brought up that fraud Portman. What a geezer. I hate frauds like that. Those creeps are the same sorts who are anti-death penalty until a family members gets killed heinously. I don’t have time for that narcissistic hypocrisy. That freak is a joke. We all have family members we love who are gay but don’t let it change our core beliefs (or treat our gay family members as lepers either).

    Little Al, your first post touches a HUGE problem with the GOP. 99 miles behind the Donks and being fooled by ‘em every step of the way.

    Rush Limbaugh highlighted the strategy clearly today. It was like a kick in the gut. THAT’s why the Donks are winning ugly.

    We’re in BIG trouble.

    Skunky on March 18, 2013 at 11:31 pm

    Maxy, you have such a potty mouth. Do you have much experience with stale moss? Are you with the Religion of Pedophiles? Your orientation seems to be scatological. Are you closeted? Your little oral reference at the end leads me to think so. Do you hang out at leather bars late at night hoping that someone will compensate you for your services? Do let us know Maxy.

    Worry01 on March 19, 2013 at 6:10 pm

The only reason Rand Paul’s stand on terrorist drone bombing seems left wing is because it apparently gives shelter to Islamic Extremists.
Defending the constitution is not a liberal left wing thing.
And although many people today are so used to it being used as a living and breathing pretense for convenient politics they don’t even notice that it is becoming a historical artifact with less real significance than a corporate mission statement just like so many other countries around the world.
That’s exactly the problem.
It may very well be that attorney general Holder fudged the issue because he wasn’t even able to give an opinion the constitutionality of bombing US citizens within US. Does bring up the issue of co-lateral damage doesn’t it?

I don’t console myself with the thought that Rand Paul will never be President. I worry about who is president now.
If he’s not going to be president then who cares anyway?
I worry that Amnesty deals may be a part of every serious candidates agenda.
I worry that the deal will become so crappy only people who are receiving a government pay check will soon bother to go out and vote.

Sorry but just have to respond to what Debbie said to Sean R.
Hilary’s a dud.
The only reason Rubio could conceivably lose to her would be that she would have the entire world media behind her. Without that she couldn’t win at bingo even if she got insider trading tips and we know she does. Absolutely useless crow.

Frankz on March 18, 2013 at 7:06 pm

ANY Democrat in 2016 would easily beat a liberal Republican candidate.

We can wait until the cows come home but if you ask me, I don’t think we’ll get a conservative GOP presidential nominee next time around.

NormanF on March 18, 2013 at 7:17 pm

    You said it Norman. Your post is short but packs a big, truthful wallop.

    Conservatives better wake up. Cankles was licking up the gay community today. LOL. That’s the DONKS being 99 miles ahead of the dope GOP yet AGAIN. She is up to something. Something to gain her great power in the future. She and that gross philanderer NEVER stop dreaming of getting back in the WH. EVER.

    Wake up Conservatives. The Donks have had a HUGE winning ugly strategy since 2010 and they will keep running as the GOP stumbles and bumbles.

    Skunky on March 18, 2013 at 11:43 pm

      @Skunky–

      I think that we will first have to define what “conservative” means. Can a conservative really be pro-Gay and pro-Amnesty?

      But, let’s face it: The movement was always full of BS (except for Robert Taft, and a very few others). For example, why is William Buckley so revered? He–of “We need to rely on big government—just until the Cold War is over” fame.

      Yes, Skunky, according to that genius, big government will help us defeat the Ruskies, and then we can just easily get rid of it.

      Moving to the present day: Rance Priebus himself endorses Portman and his gay rights statement, as a “good conservative.”

      Debbie is often criticized for attacking “everybody,” but with almost no one in public life worth a bucket of spit, can you blame her?

      Red Ryder on March 19, 2013 at 11:16 am

        “Debbie is often criticized for attacking “everybody,” but with almost no one in public life worth a bucket of spit, can you blame her?”

        Right on RR! The easiest thing an unthinking mind can do is dismiss DS that way. It’s tempting BUT one will not have the truth on their side. Going for stupid “feelings” in lieu of the truth and the story behind it. Those are lazy, lazy thinkers.

        And she is correct. Yes, she is extremely intelligent but what she also provides is being intellectually honest. As we have found out not many have been or offer that. THAT’s a winning formula.

        The truth and what builds it up are the be-all-end-all. That what this site provides.

        Skunky on March 19, 2013 at 11:51 am

What I cannot understand is that during the last proposed immigration redo, public poll after poll revealed that a majority of Americans (I remember it was somewhere around 80%) did not want any form of amnesty for illegal aliens, and yet now both political parties state that neither can get someone elected without massive immigration “reform.”

Immigration reform should be mandatory employer E-Verify, a federal ID card that serves as a voter credential (hey, just like Mexico), no chain migration, no legal status for any person who has prior violated immigrations laws, no legal status for prior felons, one marriage visa sponsorship per citizen per lifetime, and genetic testing of people applying for family-based migration.

Why doesn’t HSI get off of its ass and start going through the voter rolls and arresting those non-citizens who have been voting?

King David on March 18, 2013 at 7:38 pm

No, there is an additional left-wing aspect. The normal left-wing antipathy against any weapons by which the U.S. can defend its interests effectively.

Little Al on March 18, 2013 at 7:42 pm

Little Al, I’m personally concerned that the US could be become overly reliant on drones but I don’t think Rand ever voiced any concerns about drones per se although it’s possible he has them.

Anyway that’s not my concern, my concern is that the US does not generally defend it’s interests by bombing it’s own citizens on US territory unless they are involved in an imminent attack that could not otherwise be prevented.

Usually these people would be detained, not assassinated.

That Holder couldn’t even directly state his legal position on this issue without arm twisting is either evidence of complete incompetence or very serious political maneuvering.

Since when was Obama ever concerned that the US wouldn’t be able to militarily pursue it’s interests anyway? Do you realize what he’s doing to the military?
That’s the real fantasy land stuff.

Frankz on March 18, 2013 at 9:44 pm

Will someone have the brass to say these three words…

PATHWAY TO DEPORTATION….

HARD CORE TEA on March 19, 2013 at 12:29 am

Rand Paul is a slightly milder version of his father, which is to say, he is the same deal. An open borders loony who hasn’t thought through the immigration issue at all, save for the most dog-eared cliches (e.g., “jobs Americans won’t do,” “living in the shadows”), Paul the Younger caught a Tea Party wave of populist protest in 2010 and rode it to the U.S. Senate. Like Sarah Palin, aka “Sarah,” he has a fanatic “base,” but very little support beyond that. I certainly wouldn’t vote for him.

Seek on March 19, 2013 at 12:31 pm

BTW, Conservatives who want to actually think strategically and logically should open their eyes and see how socialistic, commie and/or dirt poor most South American countries are.

What makes you think those Latinos are gonna come here and not accept and vote for the “free” goodies and intrinsically vote for the GOP? It’s a funny, funny joke that isn’t funny at ALL!

It’s a simple math equation that works (if not PC blinded).

But keep on pandering to the Latinos who are talking you for a suckers ride. Taking money best used for YOUR family and giving it to all the “deeply religious, family-orientated *cough…out-of-wedlock baby mamas and baby daddies galore…cough, cough….) Valedictorian” Latinos.

I’m half-Mexican & have NEVER been for amnesty for these blood-suckers. I don’t have guilt for calling them out on their sh** either. Wake up, America.

Skunky on March 19, 2013 at 1:18 pm

Much as I like Rand Paul, if he endorses amnesty all his ambitions will go up in smoke.

It seems like every time an apparent take-no-prisoners conservative comes along and starts making waves, they are almost immediately co-opted by the pro-amnesty cabal of the GOP. What IS the magical allure of this issue that NONE of the voters want?

Anyway, Rand would’ve had to bust his hump to keep the nomination away from Christie and Rubio in 2016 as it is. If he becomes another fake conservative, there’ll be nothing to distinguish him. It’ll be up to Ted Cruz – assuming, of course, that he doesn’t undergo a similar “evolution.”

Sta tus MoNkey on March 19, 2013 at 2:27 pm

Rand Paul seems to have a problem with telling the truth: http://www.politico.com/blogs/media/2013/03/associated-press-stands-by-rand-paul-pathway-to-citizenship-159745.html

His squirming on what amnesty actually means speaks volumes. In short, Rand Paul is adopting the Obama Administration’s scheme for dealing with illegal aliens. Not even Barack Obama promises instant citizenship, so that is a red herring.

Worry01 on March 19, 2013 at 7:12 pm

Seems Rand has already adopted the McRino chameleon flexibility on key issues. While it was refreshing to see some opposition from the GOP on Al Quds Brennan (what is his “war name”?), it was only show, hence I called it a FILI-BLUSTER. Note that all the red/subversives nominees were approved by the GOP. The GOP/RINOs are, I fear, all talk —certainly there is no ACTION to abck up the blabber.

Wimp Boehner must be removed … “muy pronto” and “hamduillah” as his beloved potential constituents might say.

Otto Schaden on March 21, 2013 at 10:07 am

I speak fluent Spanish and have been involved with the Hispanic community since highschool, and my wife is from Nicaragua and came here legally. I am thoroughly disgusted the way the GOP has a proclivity in committing suicide with this amnesty. I will not vote for any candidate that is pro-amnesty. If need me, I will sit out the election or I will vote for Hillary. I have never sat out an election, and I have never voted for a Democrat. This will be a first. I am at my wits end with this party.

Mark

Mark Dias on March 21, 2013 at 12:25 pm

Rand Paul never was conservative.

Jayson on December 18, 2013 at 1:33 pm

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