First he says he welcomes it then buts his own statement?
We know by his own words that Rubio says he is authoring the Republican Dream Act, but we don't know what it says yet. You can bet that it is another way to appease illegal immigration by putting a Republican face on it. Hello.
So there's two parts to objection. Rubio is being consistent on the first here. You may disagree, but for him to not take this position would be two-faced.
It is double talk.
I don't think this is true. He does not say he welcomes it. He says it will be "welcome news for many of these kids "
So there's no 'but' that applies.
Rubio did not say he welcomes it. He said they will welcome it.
According to my sixth-grade grammar book, The subject of the sentence is young illegals, not Mario Rubio.
Or are you saying that young illegals just want to go back to their home country and will be disappointed with Obama's action?