Speaking of offensive, here’s DWS spewing more verbal diarrhea.
Via Daily Beast:
. . . But Rubio himself has made a sharp right turn in abandoning his earlier support for tuition breaks for children of illegal immigrants. “He changed his mind on that because he was so focused on pandering to the Tea Party that he abandoned some core principles,” says Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Florida congresswoman who chairs the Democratic National Committee. She calls Rubio “talented and smart” but “out of step with the Hispanic community. On immigration he’s got views that are just offensive.”
Rubio’s response? A delicate high-wire act. “It’s not my position that has changed. The country has changed,” he says, adding that Americans are feeling less generous toward immigrants in tough economic times. After a recent visit to El Paso, he credits Obama with “a good start” on tightening border security. He leaves the door ajar to doing something to help “high-achieving” students brought to the U.S. through no fault of their own, but then pivots to argue that “people are taking advantage of America’s generosity.” For a Republican with a national profile, it’s a very thin tightrope indeed.