VIDEO: Actor Paul Rodriguez Shocks CNN by Saying We Need to Deport Illegals

Actor and comedian Paul Rodriguez appeared on CNN and shocked those on the panel with his patriotic, American ideals and said that the USA has no reason whatsoever to keep all these hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens who are streaming across our border for Obama’s free handouts and his promise of amnesty.

He directly addressed some bleeding heart, anti-American Catholic priest saying, “Let us say we allow these seven thousand children to stay here and grow up American and go to our schools, what do we say to the sixty thousand that are going to follow them? And the hundred and fifty thousand, can we house them all father? De we have the whereabouts? We can’t even take care of our own kids here now!”

Mr. Rodriguez is 100 percent right, folks. But it’s too bad that CNN has like 25 viewers now and no one saw this appearance!

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  • Paul Hooson

    I rest my case….

    • warnertoddhuston

      What case would that be? That you want law breakers picking crops?

      • Paul Hooson

        Americans want all of the benefits of the immigrants including clean towels when you stay in a hotel, cheap groceries, good service in a restaurant, a well trimmed lawn, their automobile running good at the local mechanic, a roof on their home that doesn’t leak, low real estate construction prices, etc. etc. etc. – Except they want to bitch about all of the immigrant children, mothers and fathers who provide all of these services to us. These immigrants provide us so much.

        • Scalia

          There are plenty of immigrants who want to come here legally. You posit a false dichotomy.

          • Paul Hooson

            My great grandfather who came from Ireland to escape famine had to go to Canada to become a Canadian because anti-immigrant prejudice was so high in the U.S. against both the Irish and the Chinese. Daily newspapers like portrayed the Irish as drunken monsters or ape-like creatures where Irish had to face discrimination against housing and jobs or even being banned from a number of American cities. Who here isn’t a Native American anyway, with some immigrant background?

          • Scalia

            As I said, there are plenty of immigrants who want to come here legally. I couldn’t care less what their nationality is. We either abide the law or we don’t.

        • I don’t think anyone has a problem with legal immigration.

          Legal… you know, actually following the rules and procedures the INS set up for immigration into the United States?

          As opposed to illegal immigrants… who – amazingly – aren’t following the INS procedures to come here LEGALLY.

          Or, to put it a different way, you’ve got no problem with someone paying a cover charge in your bar, and then paying for their drinks all night, right?

          I don’t think you’d be happy if you had someone prop open a fire door and ‘accidentally’ leave the storeroom open so those coming in could make off with whatever they want, right?

          • Brucehenry

            The undocumented workers who make their livings in burger joints, cleaning houses, as roofers, lawn guys, nannies, office building janitors, etc need to feed their families NOW. That’s why they didn’t jump through hoops for years to get in, they sneaked in because they knew they could get work.

            The reason they can get work is because they are willing to work for shit wages and no benefits, which is what they get. However in most cases they pay SS taxes and payroll tax — money they’ll never get back. Because they don’t stay long enough to collect SS benefits and they don’t file for their refund for fear of deportation.

            In the meantime they make burgers, roofs, lawn care, janitorial services, housing prices, grocery prices, and a million other things cheaper for everyone. They enrich our culture, go to church, and try to get along as best they can. They are being taken advantage of in many cases by employers who know they have them over a barrel.

            Immigrants, legal or illegal, are not interested in “making off” with anything, as far as I can tell. They just want to live and maybe get ahead a little.

          • Brucehenry

            BTW Paul Rodriguez was never smart and never funny, which is why you haven’t seen him on TV since, I don’t know, the late 80s?

            Except recently, when he began this politics grift.

          • Paul Hooson

            It does seem like a lame way to press reboot on his failing comic career doesn’t it?

          • We’re either a nation of laws, or we aren’t. Having laws on the books we just wink at doesn’t lead people to see the law as something to respect in the long run.

            Who can I bribe to bring my relatives into the country? Who can I pay to get a permit to open a business? Who can I pay so the health department ignores my violations?

            And what about those who cross who aren’t even nominally law-abiding?



            “Abbott said that women and children have been sexually assaulted by people who have come across the border.

            “In addition to the tens of thousands of children and women who are coming across the border, we are seeing very dangerous cartel members, MS-13 gang members, some of the worst of the worst,” Abbott explained to Fox News.”

            We’ll see what happens, Bruce. I’m thinking you’re wrong about the – “Immigrants, legal or illegal, are not interested in “making off” with anything, as far as I can tell. They just want to live and maybe get ahead a little.” – thing. The question is whether they’ll obey our laws or not – and if we’re not showing that WE take the law seriously, why should they?

          • Vagabond661

            That is the poorest excuse for breaking the law I ever heard.

  • KristyKerfuffle

    We need more people like Paul who are willing to speak their mind in the face of so many cowards. Sure, I care about the people crossing our border illegally, but do I want them here in the US? No, absolutely not. They need to be sent back to the border and made to cross back into Mexico.