Jeb Bush Says He Wouldn't Repeal Obama's Unilateral Amnesty
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Jeb Bush Calls Illegal Immigration "Act of Love"

You have to admit Jeb Bush is at least being honest about his desire to replace the American people. He is true to his one political political conviction—as pointed out, he just doesn't like Americans very much.

Jeb Bush told Fox News Channel's Megyn Kelly that he would not attempt to immediately reverse President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration should he succeed him in the Oval Office.

The former Florida governor said he would instead wait for Congress to pass a law to make changes in immigration policy.

That sets Bush apart from many of his Republican counterparts who have said they would take immediate action. Obama in November issued an executive action to prevent millions of illegal immigrants from being deported.

Bush suggested that GOP voters "can be persuaded" to his way of thinking on the issue.

[Jeb Bush: I Wouldn't Immediately Repeal Obama's Immigration Actionby Greg Richter, Newsmax, May 11, 2015].

However, one thing Bush said he would do in the same interview—like his brother, Jeb Bush says he would have invaded Iraq [Exclusive: Jeb Bush says he would have backed Iraq invasionFoxnews, May 10, 2015].


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