Real ID | 2016 Republican Presidential Candidates

January 21, 2016   |   Category: Blog   |   Tags: , ,

What do the Republican Candidates Believe About Real ID / E-Verify?

Y= for  N= against

 

Ben CarsonBen Carson: RI=? / EV= Y*

In July 2014, Dr. Carson didn’t mention *E-Verify by name, but he did say that employers should face harsh punishments for hiring illegal aliens: “You have to reduce the incentive for people to want to come here. That’s how you fix the problem. I guarantee you that if you remove all the goodies, people will find a way to get out of here just like they found a way to get in here. And one of the most important parts of that are the employers,” he said. “As far as I’m concerned, the second offense, if you hire someone who’s not here legally, should be a criminal offense — and they should be treated as such. Absolutely.”

 

Source: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/michael-w-chapman/ben-carson-illegals-remove-goodies-charge-employers-who-hire-illegals

 


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Ted Cruz Approved PortraitTed Cruz: RI=? / EV=Y

While Cruz told Newsmax that he needed to see specifics on the plan, he added: “We need to put serious efforts in place, including tripling the border control, including a strong e-verify plan to secure the border.”
http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/SenTed-Cruz-US-Must-Get-Serious-About-Securing-the-Borders/2013/01/26/id/487514/

Governor_John_KasichJohn Kasich: RI=? / EV=?

Ohio Governor John Kasich is the sixteenth Republican to enter the 2016 presidential race. His campaign website states that Kasich has “done it all.” However, Kasich’s record shows that he has done little to address immigration issues in Ohio, and he has yet to put forward a concrete vision of what federal policy should look like in order to bring our immigration system into the twenty-first century. – See more at:

 

http://immigrationimpact.com/2015/07/31/john-kasich-immigration/#sthash.UaSCDyYx.dpuf

Marco Rubio Official PortraitMarco Rubio: RI=Y / EV= Y

Sens. Chuck Schumer, Marco Rubio spearhead bipartisan group behind immigration reform package

 

The reform proposal would provide a ‘path to citizenship’ for undocumented immigrants according to the eight democrat and republican senators behind the proposals. But the package is already being slammed by civil liberties groups saying it would undermine privacy and create undue burden on American businesses.

 

 

… The immigration proposal has also garnered the support of U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla…

 

…The system creates “a thinly-disguised national ID requirement that undermines the privacy of every American worker while imposing new burdens on business,” American Civil Liberties Union Legislative Counsel Chris Calabrese said in statement early Monday…

 

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/sens-chuck-schumer-marco-rubio-release-immigration-reform-package-article-1.1249418

 

January 2016: TSA Will Require REAL ID for Flight Check-in

The new bill is slightly softer in language but just as treacherous in its intentions and purposes: “The new bill avoids explicitly stating that its purpose is to require people worldwide to have national ID cards … but … the imposition of national ID cards [fits] squarely within the broad powers in the new bill.”

 

After reviewing the bill that died at the end of the 113th Congress as well as the new one sponsored by Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Norm Singleton, writing for the Campaign for Liberty, says that under the new law, “The U.S. Government is going to use your money to work with the UN, the World Bank, and other “multinational organizations” to set up a system of National IDs in other countries. These IDs will no doubt be identical, as it is doubtful the international bureaucrats would go through the effort to create separate ID cards for every country.”

 

http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/21048-january-2016-tsa-will-require-real-id-for-flight-check-in

 

How Jeb Bush helps Marco Rubio: The former Florida governor makes Rubio look credibly conservative in comparison

 

…What many on the right see as one of Rubio’s big missteps during his first term in the senate was in supporting S. 744, Sen. Chuck Schumer’s “Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act” in 2013. A few thousand people in fact signed a petition to recall Rubio for his part in trying to sell what they saw as pro-amnesty legislation.

 

Rubio, for his part, said of S. 744 that “no one gets amnesty. In fact, this bill will eliminate today’s de facto amnesty.” But many on the far right weren’t buying it…

 

http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/s-e-cupp-jeb-bush-helps-marco-rubio-article-1.2184952

 

How REAL ID Affects Your Liberty- The Schumer-Rubio Immigration Bill

You may have read about some controversy involving the “Gang of 8″ immigration bill. The sponsor is Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY, on the left above), with a co-sponsor being our “conservative” Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL, on the right above). The bill is SB 744, and is linked here if you’d care to read it.

 

A friend had alerted me to a danger in this bill. When analyzing any bill, the first standard must be that of our Constitution.  On face value, the bill deals with immigration and naturalization, a federal power in Article 1 Section 8. Like any bill of this scope, further reading is required. Tucked away in Section 3101 was a change to section 274A. In a nutshell, this section of the bill is a federal regulation of hiring employees. It affects all employers and all employees. That part is NOT in Article 1 Section 8- just like E-Verify.

 

To understand the language in the bill, you must understand what the REAL ID program is. As most know, on 9/11/01, 19 middle eastern males attacked our nation. All but one had entered the country illegally or improperly- which was not detected by federal (not state) border security personnel.

 

http://libertyfirstfl.org/2013/05/how-real-id-affects-your-liberty-the-schumer-rubio-immigration-bill/

 

 

Rubio: “We have to have some sort of E-Verify system and it has to be effective. We have to be able to say that it is going to be difficult, if not impossible, for illegal immigrants to come into the United States and find a job. Because if that’s not in place you’re going to continue to have illegal immigration.”

 

http://www.rubio.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/press-releases?ID=f616b395-0f95-4026-85a9-31842ce26b1d

 

After reviewing the bill that died at the end of the 113th Congress as well as the new one sponsored by Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Norm Singleton, writing for the Campaign for Liberty, says that under the new law, “The U.S. Government is going to use your money to work with the UN, the World Bank, and other “multinational organizations” to set up a system of National IDs in other countries. These IDs will no doubt be identical, as it is doubtful the international bureaucrats would go through the effort to create separate ID cards for every country.”

 

http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/21048-january-2016-tsa-will-require-real-id-for-flight-check-in

483208412-real-estate-tycoon-donald-trump-flashes-the-thumbs-up.jpg.CROP.promo-xlarge2Donald Trump: RI=? / EV=Y

…The government has a voluntary program called e-Verify, where employers check an employee’s Social Security number to make sure he’s legitimate. Trump wants to take e-Verify national and make it mandatory, as a way to eliminate the magnet of jobs…

 

http://www.npr.org/sections/itsallpolitics/2015/08/20/432934599/how-realistic-is-donald-trumps-immigration-plan

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