Senator Rubio on the Cuban Adjustment Act

Saturday, August 9, 2014
I’ve never criticized anyone who wants to go back to Cuba to visit a loved one, their mother is dying, their children are there. What I do think is that if you come to this country and say you are in exile, fleeing oppression and a year and day after you lived here you travel back to Cuba 20-30-40 times a year, it really undermines that argument. And other groups look at that and say, 'They’re no different than we are, why are we treated differently?’ That sort of travel puts at risk the status Cubans have, so I’ve always been open to re-examining that given changes in migratory patterns.
-- U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), in an interview with Florida reporters, Tampa Bay Times, 8/8/14