When it comes to the issue of illegal-immigration – the only conversation we should be having is the following: Just secure the damn border!

Truth is – any other discourse is yet another pathetic and vomit inducing exercise in political correctness.
When I hear spineless politicos such as Marco Rubio shrill that our immigration system is broken — he is just proffering up more of the same old euphemistic claptrap that we have grown so accustom to hearing. After all, what Rubio is really saying is just so strikingly obvious: We must make a path for the 11 million illegal aliens (currently residing in our country) to become US citizens.

Can anyone say amnesty?

This, of course — is derived from the PC mindset that if we can assuage (kiss the a** of) the Hispanic community — it will vote Republican.

But, if Rubio (and his craven flock of amnesty advocates) truly loves America — he wouldn’t give a flip about appeasing the Hispanic community. Instead, he would be steadfast in his constitutional duty and obligation to secure the border.

Yes, if Rubio truly loves his country (and its citizens) he would work feverishly to secure its border with Mexico in order to maintain its national sovereignty and security. And, by doing so — he would demonstrate that he cares far more about the American people than certain identity groups, or a horde off invaders that have thuggishly violated the rule of law. 

Again, the conversation must focus like a laser beam on border security. All other discussions concerning this issue (path to citizenship, etc.) should be considered nothing short of anathema.

Pete Parker

About the author, Pete Parker: Pete Parker is a Navy veteran and former strength athlete who writes about the current issues of the day from a conservative perspective. Pete was also the host of “TUFFTalk” radio which dealt with national security-- and the threat Islam poses to Western Civilization. He is very passionate about preserving our great nation’s Judeo-Christian heritage. View all articles by Pete Parker

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