What If the poison pill amendment, written by Ted Cruz, to the gang of eight bill had been accepted? What would we be discussing today?
“I don’t want immigration reform to fail, I want immigration reform to pass,” Said Cruz.
In the amendment to the bill, Cruz wants people to come out of the shadows and just be granted legal status, just not a citizen status?
Cruz can’t have it both ways. He was either for it or against it. In the video below it is obvious he was for it. If he says it was a poison pill and he was betting it would fail, then he was gambling with a very serious issue.
So, if double talking and gambling worked for Cruz, it should work for Rubio to, right? Now Rubio is claiming that the entire Gang of Eight Bill was a poison pill. So now we have a poison pill bill with poison pill amendments and the real poison pill goes to the constituents of both Rubio and Cruz for voting them into office. For the truth is many are now having voter remorse and finding it difficult to digest their votes which were now obviously – poison pills.
“The Senate immigration law was not headed towards becoming law. Ideally, it was headed towards the House, where conservative members of the House were going to make it even better.” Said Rubio.
Will this shove the entire issue, along with the time, money and effort of the gang of eight back into the closet and off the Rubio resume? Or will this reveal another low political move…after all if Cruz can get away with his tall tale, why can’t the other ineligible Cuban?
America cannot afford a president who treats serious issues like a crap game gambling with the outcome! Nor can America afford more double talk and verbal stances that change only to secure votes, then change back later when it is too late.
Another strong reason we need a straight shooter like Donald J. Trump.