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Senate passes immigration amnesty bill 68-32

Senate passes immigration amnesty bill 68-32

Vote just took place.



Senate Vote Amnesty

Pretty sure this is Marco Rubio and Joe Biden congratulating each other on the Senate floor after passage:

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Give me the NAMES of the 14 RINOs

NYT: “But given the strong 68-to-32 vote, with 14 Republicans voting in favor, the Democratic leadership and the bipartisan group of eight senators who drafted the original bill seemed determined to savor the moment”

1. McCain
2. Rubio.
3. Newly appointed NJ Repub

    george in reply to george. | June 27, 2013 at 4:36 pm

    Here are the 14 Republican senators who voted for the legislation:

    Lamar Alexander of Tennessee;

    Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire;

    Jeff Chiesa of New Jersey;

    Susan Collins of Maine;

    Bob Corker of Tennessee;

    Jeff Flake of Arizona;

    Lindsey Graham of South Carolina;

    Orrin Hatch of Utah;

    Dean Heller of Nevada;

    John Hoeven of North Dakota

    Mark Kirk of Illinois;

    John McCain of Arizona;

    Lisa Murkowski of Alaska;

    Marco Rubio of Florida

      gasper in reply to george. | June 27, 2013 at 4:39 pm

      How many voted “No”, knowing there were enough “Yes” votes. Burr made a comment that he planned on voting against this bill “unless there was a drastic change”. What the hell does that mean? To me it means if they needed his vote they would have it. I am not supporting Burr again simply because he was not emphatic about being against this. There was no big decision-making issue here. “No” was the only response.

      Bruno Lesky in reply to george. | June 27, 2013 at 11:06 pm

      Off with their heads (metaphorically).

      A name for this group would be good (not my strong suit).

      e.g. The Turncoat 14.

      Something to rally behind.

    RickCaird in reply to george. | June 27, 2013 at 7:45 pm

    How many Senators were bribed with goodies to their votes. This is ObamaCare all over again.

Uncle Samuel | June 27, 2013 at 4:31 pm

DESPICABLE, irresponsible, evil.

Brush up on your mejicano speak folks, or does “We The People” get transformed to: “Nosotros la Gente” ?

Make every SOB PAY for that treachery.

Flake and Heller are the biggest disappointments here, along with Rubio of course.

On the bright side, we have winnowed the field of those who can be trusted a bit further (if any of those worthies were on it in the first place).

We the People really need the ‘Avengers’ now . Our Government is over-thrown , a Coup ! our politicians are senseless power , money hungry Whores ..

The OBOZOCARE atrocity has now become just THE SECOND WORST LEGISLATION EVER PASSED BY THE US SENATE. Hard to believe, but true.

The traitorous US Senate has just relegated all white Americans to THIRD CLASS STATUS behind AFFIRMATIVE ACTION SPECIAL TREATMENT BLACKS and SPECIAL PREFERENCE ILLEGALS WITH AMNESTY. The TRAITORS intent on destroying America have decided that such blatant DISCRIMINATION is A-OK. I expect it will only get worse in a country whose rulers have lost all sense of morality, ethics, justice and reason.

“All men are created equal…” EXCEPT certain politically-favored types which are to be treated better than the rest.


There are already recall petitions started on John McCain, Jeff Flake, Marco Rubio and Lamar Alexander.

If any of them are your Senator, find the recall petition on line and sign it.

Marco Rubio recall petition:

Jeff Flake and John McCain recall site:

If these senators are not going to honor the Constitution and serve the will of those who elected them, then they do not deserve the position they hold. Sign the petitions.

Doesn’t this have to be passed by the House (Congress) before it reaches O’s desk?

    Henry Hawkins in reply to Aucturian. | June 27, 2013 at 8:17 pm

    Yes, but Boehner says the Senate bill won’t go to a vote in the House as is. The House writes its own version, probably passes it, and the two chambers will hopefully pretend to try to reconcile the two bills, while basically dithering until the session runs out in late August? Early September? This would be an excellent outcome.

    The wild card is the trustworthiness of the GOP House. Scary, I know.

I volunteered for Rubio here in FL.

Never again.

Unfortunately federal office holders can not be recalled or subjected to term limits. I guess signing a petition sends a pretty good msg though.


Chiesa= Christie’s proxy. Never vote for him again.

Even Jesus had a Judas, we have Marco Rubio and 13 others. A third Party is overdue but keep in mind that the snakes will still attempt to bribe or compromise all they can.

Bye GOP. You’ve just belittled my legal citizenship.

I will no longer vote GOP.

Henry Hawkins | June 27, 2013 at 8:22 pm

Yo, Floridians, yes, don’t vote for Rubio, petition him, sure, even recall him. But make sure he gets not one dollar to run again. Person-to-person down there, make this turncoat’s crime known. Rubio is the darling of the GOP establishment now, and they won’t withdraw their support for him unless he is unable to fund-raise well. It’s the surest sign of a dead or dying campaign. Make it happen, before he engineers some other con job.

Juba Doobai! | June 27, 2013 at 10:21 pm

Now citizenship means nothing. I might as well tear up the certificate of naturalization cuz any gang-banger, criminal, layabout can come and get that which we toed the line and worked hard to earn.

I’m pleased that both of my Senators (TX) voted NO!

But I’m concerned that the House will fold like the proverbial cheap suit..

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