Statements about Immigration
Says that had E-Verify been in place in Florida when 9/11 terrorists lived here, "we might have saved the lives of 3,000 Americans."
Says using E-Verify is "a fair amount of cost," about $20 per person that does not match.
"On the question on the DREAM Act, no -- no to granting lower tuition to illegals."
"In Florida, illegal immigration costs taxpayers nearly $4 billion (a year). This amounts to $700 for every household in Florida."
"Rick Scott got a majority of the Hispanic vote in Florida."
Charlie Crist "attacks me for positions he held, like, six months ago, (when) he was running in the Republican primary."
Marco Rubio says "Solo Ingles" (English only).
Ron Klein "repeatedly voted in favor of amnesty for illegal immigrants."
"We have over 700,000 illegal immigrants in the state. They're costing us billions of dollars and they're taking legal residents' jobs."
"Police officers in this state have that right," to check the immigration status of people they arrest.
"Rick Scott's company is partners with Playboy in a social networking website that has community pages specifically geared towards gay dating."
"In Florida alone, more than $3.5 billion a year is spent on health care and criminal justice for illegal immigrants."
"We have that program where immigrants come here and they have to bring a million dollars in order to get a green card if they’re going to create jobs."
Bill McCollum "served as a lobbyist whose clients enabled mortgages for illegal immigrants."
Rick Scott “has heavily invested in a company that is geared to helping illegal aliens transfer money to family and friends out of the country."
"If you read the Arizona (immigration) law, what it says is if you are stopped for violating the law and they have a suspicion that you're illegal, they can ask you if you're legal."
Bill McCollum on the Arizona immigration law.
On the Arizona immigration law.
"Close to half of the folks in this country illegally entered legally (but) overstayed (their ) visas."
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