You might want to stop sampling the product…
Every time I read a story about drug use which is full of survey results and statistics I find it …
“It’s going to be basically, if you have legal status, you’ll continue legal status.”
Up in smoke?
“It’s on the ballot in California, Massachusetts, Maine, Arizona and Nevada.”
Up in smoke in several more places
“They have to make a determination what happens when the border is secure.”
“I thought that we could work with him and the campaign to move him to the center on immigration.”
“We will break the cycle of amnesty and illegal immigration. There will be no amnesty.”
“I never took him seriously on this.”
“People are saying it, they’re calling him Amnesty Don.”
“He has said if you want to be here legally, you have to apply to be here legally.”
“We’re going to see what happens once we strengthen up our border.”
“All the things Donald Trump railed against, he seems to be morphing into.”
“It’s not ‘amnesty.’ It’s ‘comprehensive immigration reform’!!!!”
“We want to come up with a really fair, but firm answer.”
“I’m not for deporting 11 million people. I think it’s ridiculous.”
Gold for the Golden State?
“We can’t even begin to talk about legalization until we secure the border.”
“I believe in the rule of law.”
Federal schmederal, dude
“I think Cruz is being disingenuous and not honestly presenting the facts when he says that he was not for legalization.”
Here we go.
“My position on immigration has been crystal clear from day one.”
“This amendment would allow that to happen.”
“As the Scripture says, you shall know them by their fruits.”
No $15/hour minimum wage, says … Portland, Maine.
This is “certainly no redoubt of hippie liberalism”
Party on, Garth.
More politics than policy
“there is…an anti-intellectualism on the left.”
Yea, but it depends which war