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-- of the panel Charles it seems like that security issue and linking it to.
The path to citizenship is is crucial for Republicans -- And clearly the way the president was speaking -- that quote.
And the secretary of Homeland Security -- they are not serious about.
Enforcement at all she says it's not we don't have that many traders -- -- there should be no connection.
Between enforcement and legalizing the twelve or so.
Million illegals and the presence as well you you're never -- -- 10%.
Enforcement -- -- straw man and his usual -- that.
No one's asking for a contribution enforcement or asking for is to change a river.
Of illegal immigration into a trickle and that can be done.
And you have to find a way in which its -- in the language.
That is in the law and that's why rubio and others have troubled when they hear the president speaking about things.
And we've all been insisting for a decade if you get enforcement we have very happy to legalize the illegals because it will be the end of that.
It will be like 86 who was bait and switch.
We had legalization of the three million at the time and no enforcement.
If the American people have a sense that this is the last.
-- what they -- willingly openly.
Legalize but the problem is that what the president says -- saying we don't really care about that which is gonna show of this.
I -- down everybody's throat legalization without enforcement.
And be just so everybody understands and once you get agreement if you get agreement the group of eight you still have hurdles to go through and committee on the senate floor and then of course in the house before it gets and -- to the president's -- That is true it sounds and it's not going to be that it won't be met with great challenge along the way that the way that senator Schumer and senator Graham described it.
A Republican and Democrat this weekend is that all of the substantive issues had been dealt with by a gang of eight and that the last guest worker most contentious provision.
Have been worked out between these business and labor groups that was really the last huge problem.
And that Marco Rubio was involved in all these discussions along the way.
You know it's not a billion but over on the house side where it's quieter.
And there's not as much momentum there is serious work being done it's being done very quietly.
Over and whips office on the house Republican side they're educating members about just how many people are here legally not because it went over the border because their visas expired.
And the entire education process about the visa system and how we need to change it.
Is actually changing some minds and moving along he won't move as fast as the senate but I actually I can out I doubt anybody and I'm here to -- it.
I think this is possible.
And I think it's possible this year President Bush tried to him.
-- the climate in May F 2013 is a very different from the climate of may have 2007.
When President Bush pushed.
Senator Obama at the time was one of the people who voted for a poison pill senator Reid -- the senate go Senator Kennedy -- President Bush says I think.
We're not going to be able to do it.
A lot of education and then since -- a lot of change their minds and a lot of those broad rhetoric.
It's easy to talk about when you come on cable TV but when you go to put pen to paper and write the language that's when things a little bit sticky and so Marco Rubio has -- hard time of making sure.
And it would just be quiet.
We need the goldilocks approach -- not too fast not too slow not too hot not to put exhibitions get this thing in place so that we can.
Have a nice built in place that we have this big debate I think things are better anymore but I would say suspicions are running high and thus it's.
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