Sen. Marco Rubio R-Fla. was given the opportunity to share his ideas on immigration reform on the Rush Limbaugh, Tuesday afternoon.
Via Charlie Spiering of The Washington Examiner:
Rubio explained that he was involved in the conversation about immigration reform because it was important to spread the message of conservatism to Hispanic Americans.
“I am confident, that given a fair chance, I can convince most Americans – including Americans of Hispanic decent that limited government and free enterprise is better for them and better for their upward mobility than big government is,” Rubio said, reminding Limbaugh that most Hispanics were choosing the American dream over foreign dictators.
On enforcement triggers, Rubio stated that “the President has a choice to make”, today, and “that issue is a bright line for most of us that are involved in this effort.” He said that there are four Democrat Senators on board with the enforcement triggers, and without those triggers they are not going to have a bill….
You can listen to the full interview at The Right Scoop.