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John Kennedy on the democratic presidential debates
The Democratic presidential candidate praised left-wing policy, to the extent that they sound like the end of the Cuban leader Fidel Castro, according to Sen. John Kennedy, R-La.
Many competitors seem to have no regard for the nation, the increasing debt, for an effective border security measures, Kennedy claimed Friday on “Hannity.”
“I heard a part of the debates,” said Mr Kennedy. “I just found it grotesque. … I know, many of the candidates, but I felt like I was listening to, I was in the Castro without a beard, or Cuba without the sun people.”
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“Number one, it is clear to me that most of the candidates for President had decided on the Democratic side, illegal immigration is a moral good -that the border is just a nuisance. I know of no other country in the world, no more limits, and don’t want to know who comes in your country.”
In terms of illegal immigrants and asylum seekers, Kennedy said, the Democratic candidates billions of dollars want to see spent on health care for the undocumented.
“In terms of free health care for illegal immigrants, we have at least 11 million people in our country illegally,” he said. “We have 5,000 per day are now coming through our asylum laws. I don’t know how we would pay for it.”
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Kennedy said he believes that the Democrats offer to the voters, almost all on the taxpayer.
“To be the democratic position seems to be everything, to be free,” he said.”Free Education. Free Health Care. Free Housing Market. The free love. Free kittens, I don’t know it. I just found it grotesque. I don’t know how you think we are going to pay for it.”