Cuban Republican Giving Crumbs to the Mexicans Offering DREAM Act lite / Taxation without Representationby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on May. 31, 2012, under 2012 Presidential elections, 2012 United states senate races, Independent voter centrist moderate swing vote
Just in from Immizen Daily…..
Not only does it appear Sen. Marco Rubio’s DREAM Act plan offers a taxation without representation plan discussed here, Immizen talks about Rubio’s table scraps he is offering to Mexicans and other undocumented ethnic groups that range from the Irish to the Dominican Republic and/or other central Latino Americans.
If anyone needs to be tarred and feathered it is Rubio because he is encouraging Mexicans getting taxed without representation. If you ask me, he is leading this Nation down a slippery slope! We have Rubio in Florida implementing ideas that basically encourage a bunch of Mexicans to pay into our tax revenues without the ability to vote or be represented via his watered down DREAM Act.
Did you know that once an immigrant from Cuba touches foot on our land they receive tax payer monies for at LEAST one year? That’s right. Cuban Immigrants receive tax payer funded government benefits. Some Cuban immigrants receive tax payer funded government benefits for years. I am a fan of the Cuban Adjustment Act, but I am ALSO a fan of legal immigration that will help all other immigrants, too. From the Irish undocumented immigrants in Massachusetts and New York, to the Mexicans in the southwestern part of the United states … we need to fix the broken immigration system.
At its core, the Boston Tea Party was a conflict over taxation. You may have heard the phrase “taxation without representation,” which developed in this era. Unlike their British brethren, the people living in the 13 colonies did not have direct representatives in the British parliament. Because of that, the colonists had no way to vote for how they would be taxed or who would represent them. And because of this lack of representation, the British government was free to tax the colonists in any way — and for any amount — that it saw fit. With no way to fight taxation and no way to claim their rights, many colonists feared that their property could be taken away through debilitating taxes.
From Immizen Daily — A tribute to US multiculturalism:
Republican Darling Rubio fishes for Hispanic Votes: The Dream Act Lite
Marco Rubio, the GOP rising star and passionate Tea Party supporter, has realized along with everybody else in America that the GOP is alienating Hispanic voters. He has decided that something has to be done to reverse the trend of Latino voters turning away from the GOP party, and after all, elections are coming up in November and the GOP is already lagging behind according to recent polls.
This smarty pants GOP rookie has figured out that if he proposes his own version of the Dream Act, the “mini Dream Act”, the Latinos are going to flock to the Republican Party en masse.
Yeah, right. Like Latinos cannot remember what party or presidential candidate proposed the “Self-deportation” solution.
Latinos are not easily fooled and can see through the machinations of the right. They know very well who voted down a perfectly well crafted law that would have allowed Latinos who were brought by their parents to the United States as children to become legal citizens in a country they already consider their own because it is here that they grew up.
Like the original Dream Act, Marco Rubio’s lite edition of the law, would make a college or military career a prerequisite towards legal citizenship, but all his law would offer is a temporary legal visa.
Is that enough to get Latinos jumping up and down in excitement to go and vote for Romney in November? Methinks not.
But let them try. It will be fun to watch.