90,000,000 Americans not working
The "Conservative" GOP could care less about
Americans trying to feed their kids.
With an economy plagued by underemployment, unemployment and outsourcing the GOP refused to block the Gang of Ohco bill written in secret that would legalize and import millions of new workers to compete directly with American citizens for a limited number of jobs.
The GOP had the power to block the bill and protect the jobs of American citizens. They refused.
After three weeks of debate, there was no doubt about the outcome. Fourteen Republicans betrayed America and joined all 52 Democrats and two independents to support the bill.
Here are the 14 "Conservative" GOP Senators who voted for the legislation:
Marco Rubio (Fla.)Lamar Alexander (Tenn.)Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)Kelly Ayotte (N.H.)Jeffrey Chiesa (N.J.)Susan Collins (Maine)Bob Corker (Tenn.)Jeff Flake (Ariz.)Lindsey Graham (S.C.)Orrin Hatch (Utah)Dean Heller (Nev.)John Hoeven (N.D.)Mark Kirk (Ill.)John McCain (Ariz.)
Division among Republicans was evident as potential 2016 presidential contenders split. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida was one of the Gang of 8, while Sens. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Ted Cruz of Texas were opposed to the bill.
Critics, like Sen. Cruz, say border security provisions will never come to fruition if legalization occurs first. He has referenced a similar bill that Congress passed in 1986, which made hollow promises relating to border security in exchange for amnesty for illegal immigrants.
Sen. Paul Appears on Fox's Your World with Stuart Varney
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