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So here’s Pelosi. It’s an opportunity, and we want to show them dignity and sparkling array of God’s children. These kids are lucky they made it out of the womb, ’cause if you’re in the womb Pelosi doesn’t look at you that way. If you do make it out of the womb, then of course you become a God’s child, and you are sparkling and you are worthy of respect and you have dignity and you have worth and you have value. Parentheses “to us as future dependent voters,” close parentheses.

A political opportunity is what this is. A great political opportunity. There’s no way tens of thousands, and multiply that, of potential new Democrat voters is a crisis. (interruption) Why is Obama talking about deporting them? (interruption) He’s saying he wants to send them back home? (interruption) Well, how many has he sent back home? That’s what I thought. None. But he’s saying he wants to send them back home. That they can’t stay. (interruption) Did he say they can’t stay? (interruption) Right, he wants to send them back home. (interruption) Right. He wants two billion to fund their return home. Sort of. But they can stay until he gets the two billion to send them back home. Right.

Do you realize Nancy Pelosi has never once spoken about Tea Party supporters in such glowing terms as she has spoken about these illegal alien children from Central America. Do you realize that? Nor has Obama spoken of the Tea Party supporters, which are Americans, who are Americans.

“Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) says President Barack Obama, ‘will borrow the power that is needed to solve the problems of immigration.’ Durbin made the comments at a press briefing on immigration last Thursday urging House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) to bring an immigration bill onto the floor for a vote. ‘I don’t know how much more time he thinks he needs, but I hope that Speaker Boehner will speak up today,” Durbin said. “And if he does not, the president will borrow the power that is needed to solve the problems of immigration and he shouldn’t be sued as a result of it.'”

Now, when you borrow something you usually give it back. So I don’t know how that would work. You could build a pretty good fence for $2 billion. (interruption) That’s inhumane, to build a fence and to say that? I know. I know. Slap me. (interruption) I know, sparkling jewels. Well, they are human beings, there’s no question that they’re human beings and there’s no question they’ve got dignity and they might deserve respect. The question is does that entitle ’em to break the law? It still comes down to that, does the law mean anything or not.

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