Immigration reform news 2015: Do you believe Jeb Bush is sincere on reforms?
Immigration reform news 2015: Jeb Bush talks of comprehensive reforms to turn the tide in his favor as he said Republicans have lost two elections on this very issue.
While Republicans have been historically opposed to immigration reform and the process of legalization of undocumented immigrants in the country, the new Bush on the block, Jeb Bush has said that the immigration system should be fixed for the benefit of the United States.
If he is elected the President, he will be the third member of the Bush family to have done so, after his father and elder brother. When earlier this month he toured Iowa, unlike other Republican White House hopefuls he didnâ€™t condemn immigration reform and didnâ€™t talk of banishing the undocumented immigrants. On the contrary he went on to make impassionate please for comprehensive immigration reform.
There is no denying the fact that it is not very surprising. Any Republican hopeful, who wants to actually win not just Republican primaries, but the White House, will have to come clear on this important issue. Otherwise, his or her chances to make it to White House will not progress beyond dreams. Amid loud cheers, Jeb Bush said, â€œI’m a committed conservative, a reformer. I have a record, and I’m going to share that record each and every day, and I’m going to do it with joy in my heart. I’m going to do it with love for this country. I’m going to do it in a way that draws people toward our causeâ€.
There is no denying the fact that his emphasis on immigration reforms is not out of love for undocumented immigrants, but due to the fact that without it he is not expected to win the US elections 2016. â€œHere’s the dealâ€”I don’t know calculus that well, but I can do addition. In order to win a two-person race, you’ve got to get 50 percent. In order to get 50 percent, you have to bring people along. You have to have a message that draws people back to the conservative cause. You have to go campaign in places where they haven’t seen a Republican in a long, long while. You have to do it in a positive way, rather than just tearing down the country and tearing down people who disagree with youâ€, Bush went on to add.
While other Republican White House hopefuls are condemning immigrants, Jeb Bush talked of comprehensive immigration reform. â€œI think what we ought to do is stop ignoring the problem, fix the legal immigration system, â€¦ and as it relates to those that have been here illegally, there ought to be a path to earned legal status, where you get [a] provisional work permit, â€¦ where you pay a fine, where you learn English, where you don’t receive federal government assistance, where you don’t commit crimes, and over an extended period of time, you receive earned legal status.â€
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