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Monday, April 15, 2013


              Tina asked me to send this out to you all....
I don't normally send out e-mails like this.  But I have been trying to get Marco Rubio's office to speak about NALEO's (National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials - a pro-amnesty leftist group) claims that Rubio was with them regarding immigration before the election, and I have never been stonewalled by a politician's staff like this before, not in 30 years of political work.

And yet I am a constituent of Marco Rubio's.  I've watched him in Florida for years.  And he is supposed to respond to me.  This morning, his staff misdirected me again. They actually refused to tell me the NAME of his public relations person in Orlando.  Let me reiterate: I am a constituent of this man, and he is an elected official, not a rock star.  His staff are our employees, not bouncers.   
I watched Rubio shed his past as a politician who took a no-show set-aside job at a state college while his inner circle funneled money into private pockets from Florida's education budget -- does the indicted Ray Sansom ring a bell?  Sansom and Rubio were thick as thieves -- from the "Taj Mahal" courthouse boondoggle to Rubio's no-show teaching job granted him when he ran into financial troubles -- our tax dollars stolen so he could carry water for RINO crooks from Tallahassee to Washington DC. 
I watched him curiously fail to pass the immigration reform legislation Floridians demanded while he held the power to do so in the Florida House.
I watched him re-invent himself on the national scene as a "conservative" politician with the help of the RNC and "conservative" beltway journalists who dreamed of having their own version of a biracial Republican Obama in the White House.  
And I watched him abandon the people who put him in office, betray the Tea Party, and surround himself with one of the most insular staffs in Washington.  This was all by design, folks. 
We were had.
You can forget about getting information from this crew.  Ordinary citizens don't matter, now that Rubio has some at Red State and some at the National Review fawning over his "clean, articulate" shiny political future -- although in fairness, some writers at these papers are finally waking up.
And now he is selling us out on immigration.  Which brings me back to NALEO.   NALEO Educational Fund - Naturalization and Immigration  NALEO partners with La Raza and other radical anti-American, pro-open-borders groups.  They're not having any trouble getting through to Rubio today, I promise you, unlike ordinary Floridians.  Here is Rubio addressing them on immigration in Orlando in June.  No, you won't be able to understand it unless you speak Spanish, but the words don't really matter.  Their position is clear -- amnesty . . . and that Rubio's in the bag for them.  Watch Marco Rubio's Full Speech on Immigration at NALEO - YouTube  

For a taste of the sorts of things NALEO does, while presenting a more "moderate" face to a radical agenda, here is the list of groups invited with them to participate in implementing Common Core in Los Angeles:

"The Common Core Standards NALEO Newsletter
The NALEO Educational Fund last month co-hosted a national kickoff on the common core state standards, in partnership with theCampaign for High School Equity (CHSE) in Los Angeles.  TheCommon Core State Standards Initiative is a state-led, voluntary effort to establish a single set of educational standards for English-language, arts and mathematics that states can share and adopt. They are designed to ensure that students graduating from high school are prepared for college, employment and success in the global economy. State leaders, through their membership in the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) and the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA) Center, have developed a common core of state standards with the assistance of content specialists and education experts.  The program in Los Angeles included local NALEO members and representatives from the NAACP, the National Indian Education Association (NIEA), the South East Asian Resource Asian Center (SEARAC), the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), the National Urban League, the Alliance for Excellent Education, the Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC).

For more information on The Common Core Standards or how to get involved in this initiative, please contact Dr. Joe Bishop, Deputy Director for Constituency Services."
These people are invited to the table: you are not.
While ordinary Americans are refused information about Common Core, NALEO, La Raza (the Race), the NAACP, MALDEF, and other radical, Soros-funded race activists are being INVITED to participate by the government.  And these are the same people who were gleefully bragging that they had Rubio's support on immigration BEFORE the election. 
For more information about these groups, check out Jim Simpson's excellent work:  CASA de Maryland: The Illegals' ACORN 
So when you see Rubio being praised for "bipartisanship" by Democrats tonight, remember this.  And remember that we put him in office and we can vote him out.  We need to let him know that we know what he has been doing and demand that he come clean about making back-room deals with radicals on immigration.  And we need to let the conservative media and RINO leaders in Washington know that their golden guy's thin luster has definitely worn off. 
Demand that Rubio tell the truth to the people who sent him to Washington -- Florida voters.  Tell him No Bills Passed Before the Public has a Chance to Even Read Them, No Compromise on Border Security First . . .  and no more lies.

Rubio is no conservative -- he's hardly even a RINO anymore.  He's turned into an embarrassment for anyone who holds real conservative values, a national clown, spitting in our faces while dancing for the media and the Left.  He failed us; he's lying to us, and now he's hiding from us. 

It's time to out the real Marco Rubio -- and then send him home.  Maybe he can get  his job back . . .the one not teaching at FIU, on our dime.        
Tina Trent

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