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Jan 14 2016

Spanish Version of GOP State of the Union Response Includes Promise of Amnesty

If you thought Nikki Haley’s RINO State of the Union response was infuriating for deliberately gouging a finger into the eye of the Republican base, check out the Spanish language version, delivered by congresscritter Mario Diaz-Barlat (R-FL). The Last Refuge compares the versions, including this striking contrast:

English: We must fix our broken immigration system. That means stopping illegal immigration. And it means welcoming properly vetted legal immigrants, regardless of their race or religion. Just like we have for centuries.

Spanish: It’s essential that we find a legislative solution to protect our nation, defend our borders, offer a permanent and human solution to those who live in the shadows, respect the rule of law, modernize the visa system and push the economy forward.

“A legislative solution” that offers “a permanent and human solution to those who live in the shadows” is better known as amnesty.

Although you could argue that the current policy is de facto amnesty, making it official while the border remains virtually undefended and welfare programs extravagantly generous would open the floodgates the rest of way, completely submersing the country in a tsunami of Third Worlders.

A nuclear attack would be less devastating, because at least there would be the possibility that we might someday recover.

Yasser Arafat was infamous for saying one thing in English, but something very different in Arabic. The inimical GOPe appears to have borrowed this duplicitous tactic.

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No doubt these two approved both versions.

On a tip from Stormfax.



13 Responses to “Spanish Version of GOP State of the Union Response Includes Promise of Amnesty”

  1. Jack says:

    So the GOP is as deceitful as the DNC; no surprise there.

  2. fredrickbarbarossa says:

    Republicans politicians sucking up to people who won’t vote for them anyway and pissing off their base even more. Sounds like a recipe for disaster. Brilliant!

  3. fredrickbarbarossa says:

    Republican politicians sucking up to people who won’t vote for them anyway and pissing off their base even more. Sounds like a recipe for disaster. Brilliant!

  4. Henry says:

    Paul Ryan’s face appears more and more punchable every day.

  5. Henry says:

    Paul Ryan’s face appears more and more punchable every day.

  6. MicahStone says:

    The real THREAT to America is clear…

  7. MicahStone says:

    The real THREAT to America is clear…

  8. Giorgio Palmas says:

    McConman & Ryano- two peas in a pod.

  9. Giorgio Palmas says:

    McConman & Ryano- two peas in a pod.

  10. Arkindole says:

    The pindehos thought they’d pull a fast one; in Miami.

  11. Arkindole says:

    The pindehos thought they’d pull a fast one; in Miami.

  12. whotothewhat says:

    “A nuclear attack would be less devastating, because at least there would be the possibility that we might someday recover.”

    I totally agree.

  13. whotothewhat says:

    “A nuclear attack would be less devastating, because at least there would be the possibility that we might someday recover.”

    I totally agree.


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