We need comprehensive immigration reform that recognizes undocumented workers to be assets rather than liabilities. It isn’t logical to suggest that we can deport 13 million immigrants any more than it’s logical to suggest that we cannot deport the small percentage who have committed felonies. We can secure our borders without abandoning the values upon which our nation was built. The first step is to admit that our current system of immigration is broken. Then, we must create a more intelligent, effective and efficient way of welcoming immigrants to our borders and providing them with a clear path to citizenship.
I do not support repealing the Affordable Care Act. However, I would push for a “course correction” of the legislation. The original goal was to expand access to healthcare, lower its cost, and improve the quality of care delivered. Unfortunately, the bill became politicized and only modestly delivered upon one of those goals: expanded access. We need to simplify the legislation, remove the special interests that were embedded in it to get it passed, and refocus on the original three goals. There isn’t any reason we cannot deliver quality healthcare to every American.
I, Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente, am running for president, and together we can fight and champion the causes that affect us the most. Causes such as climate change, education, gun control, immigration, and healthcare are things that affect us all. We need to make education accessible to all. We need to keep our streets safe for our children and ourselves. We need to have a smart immigration plan that addresses the reality and needs of the nation, a plan that unites families, not divide them. It is a fact of life that some fortunate people will reach old age and will need affordable healthcare to carry us into our Wonder Years. I am ready to be your champion and fight for you in Washington. I need your support so we can do this TOGETHER..
SEPTEMBER 7, 2018 – PROVIDENCE, RI – Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente, a California born businessman, is running for the U.S. Senate in the Republican primaries on Wednesday, September 12th in Rhode Island. He hopes to impress voters with his background as a successful entrepreneur in a multitude of businesses spread across the world, to get the nomination of his party and successfully challenge the democratic candidate in November 6th. He is confident that his Hispanic heritage and his record as a champion of equality will lure the minority vote in his favor.