Below is video of John McCain reiterating his support for amnesty for illegal aliens. It has come to the point where both candidates are starting to argue over who supports amnesty more. With McCain claiming that Obama didn't support his amnesty bill, but he is proud to have introduced it and supported it.
On Obama's side he has always been an unabashed supporter of amnesty for illegal aliens. He even went as far to march in the large May Day parades a few years ago.
Both candiadtes are pandering to Hispanics, whom they think are all in lockstep in giving amnesty to illegal aliens. Obviously that is not the case as Amnesty McCain, who introduced a bill giving amnesty to illegal aliens and fought vehemently for it, is falling behind in polls of likely Hispanic voters. I guess he's just not intelligent enough to link the two. Support amnesty = loss of support of Americans of Hispanic decent.
Apparently these candidates have forgotten who they are representing. They think they are representing the 20+ million illegal aliens in this country and not the American Citizen.
I urge you to vote for neither in November.
Please check out www.numbersusa.com and send some free faxes to your US senators and Rep's and demand they pass E-Verify immediately! If E-Verify is not reinstated with no strings attached, there will be NO E-VERIFY at all and with Juan McCain or Obama in office, we all know they're going to pass amnesty for illegals. You can sign up for free!
Posted by: April on September 16, 2008 09:59 AM
McCain really isn’t that much different from Obama. He voted against the Bush tax cuts. He’s been pro-abortion and pro-stem cell research. The whole amnesty thing. Foreign policy seems to be the only area where McCain differs significantly from Obama.
He has just changed some rhetoric during the election cycle.
Conservative media don’t attack their own. If my son, Chauncy, punches a girl, I’ll instruct him that what he did was wrong. Talk shows and conservative columnists don’t criticize their own. If you check townhall.com archives from a year ago, you’d see people criticizing McCain and vowing to never vote for him. Now that he’s “one of them”, he walks on water. They don’t realize that the things he’s saying on the campaign trail are often the opposite of what he said only a few years ago.
Posted by: Ralph on September 17, 2008 06:28 AM
Conservative media don’t attack their own.
As if the liberal media is attacking the Obamessiah.
I will attack McCain, and I consider myself Conservative, so what's your argument now?
Posted by: Digger on September 17, 2008 11:31 AM