Most voters continue to put more border control first in any immigration reform plan, but fewer than ever trust the federal government to actually control the border if a new plan is passed. Voters also lean toward a go-slow piece-by-piece approach to immigration reform over a comprehensive bill.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 25% of Likely U.S. Voters think it is even somewhat likely that the federal government will actually secure the border and prevent illegal immigration if that’s part of new immigration legislation. Sixty-five percent (65%) consider it unlikely. This includes only five percent (5%) who say the government is Very Likely to secure the border if it’s part of legislation that would give legal status to those already here illegally and 24% who feel it’s Not At All Likely.
So…why do you morons keep on electing and re-electing the liars and scam artists that you do?
I mean, you can be excused for scum like Marco Rubio, who just flat lied to you in order to get elected, but the proof in that pudding will be whether you let him get away with it and re-elect him. And, sadly, you most likely will. And then whine when he does exactly what you know he’ll do, based on his past performance.