McCain tells GOP it must accept amnesty

McCain and Flake preempt Obama by leading Democrats on amnesty

The Hill is reporting (video included) on Sen. John McCain’s appearance on ABC’s “This Week” during which he said that the Republican Party has to accept a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants as part of a “comprehensive reform bill.”

“Look at the last election,” he said. “We are losing dramatically the Hispanic vote, which we think should be ours for a variety of reasons, and we’ve got to understand that.”

The double-talking McCain said “I’m giving you straight talk,” something has to be done with the “11 million” illegal immigrants “living in the shadows” in the United States — a fallacious figure that has been in use for the past decade.

Seeing Red AZ has written numerous posts on the duplicitous McCain and his position on this contentious issue. A few can be seen here, here, and here.

In 2007, national public outrage at the McCain/Kyl/Kennedy amnesty scheme resulted in the shut-down of congressional phone and fax lines, as indignant Americans expressed their ire over our own elected representatives seeking to reward ongoing and generational lawlessness. The tab picked up by American taxpayers is approximately $360 billion yearly* as we deal with the demands of a largely impoverished and uneducated population, skirting our generous legal immigration policies.

Each of Arizona’s U.S. Senators have used campaign-triggered deception, only to return to amnesty mode immediately after the votes were counted. Just last November, McCain and Kyl began work to “get the ball rolling” for Obama on overhauling America’s immigration system, that they coyly identified as providing a “special pathway to citizenship.”

Trusting them has been a fool’s mission.  Here was tough talking Kyl at his phony best. McCain in campaign mode? Watch. With Jon Kyl’s retirement, their endorsed and newly elected protégé Jeff Flake used the identical politically expedient reversal on illegal immigration, momentarily shaking up the folks at the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic). 

Preempting Barack Obama, McCain and Flake lead a host of senate liberals in advancing this latest amnesty incarnation. Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-ILL), Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and Michael Bennet (D-CO) will join with Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), and McCain sycophant Lindsey Grahamnesty (R-SC) to promote the plan that McCain admits is “not that much different from what we tried to do in 2007.”

They will do whatever it takes to keep the neon welcome light on at the border, regardless of the consequences. It all boils down to elections.  American security and the rule of law be damned.

* Frosty Wooldridge: News with Views

67 Responses to McCain tells GOP it must accept amnesty

  1. eubykdisop says:

    Thank you, SRAZ, for featuring this extremely important and very current crisis. You’ve covered the bases well!

    The only thing which I would add is that Marco Rubio is being promoted as the next Republican presidential candidate in some quarters. I absolutely will NOT vote for him if he should secure the nomination.

    You’re exactly right. McCain, Flake, Rubio and Graham are facilitating what Obama considers to be the primary goal of his second term. This dovetails with the statement by George W. Bush that the one thing he wished he had accomplished was “comprehensive immigration reform”.

    Folks, educate yourselves about “One World” and the “New World Order” because that is what this is all about!

  2. sgtflapjaw says:

    Dear John,
    Accept This!!

    • Arizona Conservative Guy says:

      Meaning what? I hope you are giving him (and the Flake) the single finger salute.

      • sgtflapjaw says:

        Yes A.C. the fight is on. It took Flake less than a month to pay back the fools that supported him. We all know that he was and is a “John Bot” Fingers to them all!!

      • CD9 says:

        Oh please who did not know this is exactly what Flake was going to do, especially when Bill Montgomery told me he had a pledge from McFlake, that McFlake would listen to the rule of law. Yes but he was going to work to change the law, is Bill that stupid. Or he is going to run for a higher office and needs the money they can bring him?

        I supprted Wil Cardin, I voted for Wil Cardin, but you fools who voted for McFlake is getting exactly what you deserve.

  3. State Delegate says:

    Why do you think McCain and Kyl were so worried about Flake’s senate election, in which Carmona nearly overtook their well trained RINO underling? They traveled the state for Flake and the lying Kyl even cut this fraudulent ad claiming he never intended to get involved in the Republican Senate Primary although he and McCain endorsed Flake three weeks earlier! All three of them are accomplished liars, but the easily deceived fools keep voting them back into office to stick it to us again and again. Wise up. These senate terms are six long years!

  4. Art Olivas says:

    Seeing RED You like the rest of the Rinos. Your ignorance in trying to make us belive that you don’t support McCain, Flake and kyl is more then asinine! If you campaigned for Robert Graham! You sure as hell support the Rinos under McCain! Look at what you try to make us ignore!

    • Ajo Joe says:

      Art Olivas:
      You have shown yourself as an illiterate liberal fool trying to discredit a respected and conservative site. Get lost!

    • eubykdisop says:

      Hey, beeg ole EL TURDY, the MEXICAN BANDIT! Whatsamatta? U gots u own Tea Party website with lotza picthers of u an u esposa. Y for u come hear? Nobody like u beeg ole Tea Party website? Hahahahahahaha!

    • truth or consequences says:

      Thank you, Seeingredaz, for posting this fool’s comment. Now everyone knows what stupid sounds like. For being loud, ugly, obnoxious, and profane, no one can top Art Olivas.

  5. Dee Smith says:

    maybe we can register them while they are registering their illegal guns that the DOJ gave them and maybe while their registering to vote BECAUSE WE ALL KNOW THEY ARE IN HIDING.

    Fix the voter ID first, close the border and maybe we will have time left before the economy goes.

  6. Westnash says:

    This is a serious problem that stems from our law that let’s those born here…even as tourists become citizens.

    How many of these are in Phoenix?

    Los Angeles County is planning a crackdown on makeshift maternity wards where mothers from other countries stay while giving birth so their children will be U.S. citizens.

    The county has received 60 complaints about such facilities in the past month, according to a report by the Planning Department submitted to the Board of Supervisors, the Los Angeles Times ( http://lat.ms/WjcRMg ) reported Sunday.

    That compared to just 15 complaints in the previous five years. The surge might be due to publicity over the closure of a house in Chino Hills that authorities contended had been used to house as many as 30 Chinese women.

    It isn’t illegal for foreign citizens to give birth in the U.S., but authorities say the maternity tourism hotels frequently are remodeled single-family homes in areas that aren’t zoned for hotels or boarding houses.

    County Supervisor Don Knabe wants to develop a county law that would specifically outlaw such facilities.

    “They’re a moneymaking machine. They’re totally unsafe,” Knabe said. “It’s so obvious that they jeopardize not only the health of the baby, but the mother as well.”

    The Planning Commission report said efforts were being made to crack down on the hotels for zoning, building and health code violations.

    Pregnant women, many from Asia, can pay thousands of dollars to stay in the facilities, authorities said.

    Officials who went to the Chino Hills home in November said the single-family home had been divided into 17 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms. Neighbors complained of a sewage spill from an overloaded septic tank.

    The house was shut down after the city sued the owners.

    Elsewhere, joint inspections have been staged by the planning, public works and child welfare departments, and cases have been referred to the state tax board, the report said.

    Inspections can be difficult because people answering the door sometimes claim they are unable to speak English and won’t allow inspectors to enter. The Planning Department will try to include Chinese-language translators on its inspection teams, the report said.

    In addition, child welfare investigators will look for signs of child abuse and neglect, such as newborns crowded into makeshift nurseries, said Neil Zanville, a spokesman for the county Department of Children and Family Services.

    “We’d not only ask about sleeping arrangements, we’d ask, has this baby been seen by a doctor? Has it had its shots?” Zanville said.

  7. East Valley PC says:

    Jeff Flake will make conservatives long for the days of lying Jon McKyl. Flake is no Republican. He is and always has been a Libertarian, but he was savvy enough to know that Losertarians don’t win elections. So equipped with a set of capped teeth, bleached hair and a shit-eating grin, he has made a career crusade while in the US House of heaping scorn on “earmarks,” which gained him popularity among East Valleyites who don’t realize that money he doesn’t want to take is actually their tax dollars that are going to other states.

    Aside from being a registered foreign agent in Namibia earning $7,000 a month in the early 1990’s lobbying for Iranian uranium interests, and a brief stint at the Libertarian Goldwater Institute, he has never held a job in the private sector, He successfully pulled the wool over his fellow Mormon’s eyes when he represented the old CD 6. Beware!!

    • eubykdisop says:

      As a U. S. Congressman, Flake represented a district with a lot of Mormons. The position of the LDS Church regarding illegal immigration and illegal immigrants was made quite clear when they facilitated the recall of Pearce and backed Lewis. Flake is and has been touting the LDS position. Not surprising, since Mexican “immigrants” are the fastest growing segment of the LDS Church in the U. S.. There are twelve Mormon temples in Mexico and more than one million Mexican Mormons there. The LDS Chuch simply wants those Mexicans to come here. It’s cheap labor for Mormon businesses and the Church gets a ten percent tithe!

  8. Kathy says:

    The Ruling Class has once again – benefited themselves at the expense of We the People. We are now slaves to this Govt which needs more slaves by amnesty to continue. Rule of Law – what rule of law as Obama, the elites snub every single day with no consequences.

  9. Louise Ann says:

    Considering Clinton’s question – At this point, what difference does it make? – I have contemplated the idea that I am totally wrong about everything. Therefore, regarding illegal immigration/ amnesty, here is my thought. Considering that the Republicans have done nothing to stop/ defund Obamacare, perhaps this is a good thing. Most of these individuals are young, they will be able to work legally for at least miniumum wage, pay for their Obama insurance (therefore limit Medicaid costs – Jan Brewer is happy and the Arizona taxpayer is happy), and lucky for me soon, keep Social Security/ Medicare solvent with their taxes. The government is experiencing revenue shortfall, and this will help solve that problem. This must be the reason for the big push!

    Amnesty is either economically a good, neutral, or bad policy. Neutral seems unlikely. Presumably, our Senators only want the best for our state, so it must be economically good. Have I just described the goodness?

    • eubykdisop says:

      First of all, Louise Ann, the operant phrase is “rule of law”. These people are here illegally.

      Secondly, there is a well established legal principle that a criminal may not profit from his crime. These people are criminals and they are being permitted to profit from their crime.

      Next is the principle that we should not establish a precedent where the law is changed to accomodate law breaking. Where does that end?

      Lastly, the legislation being backed by McCain, Flake, Rubio and Graham would serve to render moot lawsuits which are already in progress, like the lawsuit instituted by ICE agents against the administration. I believe that is why they are in such a hurry.

  10. Frankly Speaking says:

    The magnet known as Amnesty rewards lawbreakers. Reagan fell for it with Simpson -Mazzolli in 1986, when it was supposed to be a one-time legalization of what was then said to be “just” 3 million illegals. Couple that number (which was likely much higher) with the continued influx of illegals and their high birth rates. Factor in that many illegals coming through our southern border are also from Muslim countries that are state sponsors of terrorism, who pay off the willing Mexican transporters to help them enter the US.

    Nearly thirty years later, our borders are still out of control, but the problem has worsened.

    Amnesty and Obama’s expansion of the welfare state is being aided and abetted by these so-called Republicans. When the next election cycle rolls around, and IF there is still an America to protect will YOU continue to vote these people back into office? What does it take to make you realize we are being screwed by the left’s illegal alien lobby?

    Listen to Reagan who acknowledged the massive problem even as he exacerbated it:

  11. eubykdisop says:

    And the man who faux “Conservative” Schweikert voted to retain as Speaker of the House has this capitulation to offer:

    “Boehner says bipartisan group ‘basically’ has deal on immigration reform”

    “By Russell Berman – 01/26/13 12:22 PM ET”

    “Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) is voicing confidence in the prospects for immigration reform in the House, saying that a bipartisan group of lawmakers “basically [has] an agreement” after more than three years of secret talks.”

    http://thehill.com/homenews/house/279445-boehner-confidence-bipartisan-immigration-bill-will-be-approved-this-congress

  12. eubykdisop says:

    …and Michelle Malkin socks it to ‘em!

    “Suicidal GOP senators join open-borders Dems for Shamnesty Redux”

    “By Michelle Malkin • January 28, 2013 03:07 AM”

    “Starring in the role of John McCain this time around? Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio. Standing in for George W. Bush? Barack H. Obama. The usual liberal Democrat and bend-over Republican suspects serving as the supporting cast? Majority Whip Dick Durbin of Illinois, Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York, illegal alien intern employer Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey, Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, and freshman Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake.”

    http://michellemalkin.com/2013/01/28/suicidal-gop-senators-join-open-borders-dems-for-shamnesty-redux/

  13. Vince says:

    Guest workers are part of this scheme. In this worst economy since the Great Depression, do we need “guests” to take the fewer American jobs available? These “guests” then have American babies, which are the pathway to citizenship for the rest of the family through chain migration. This is a con job, folks. Call and Fax your senators. We did it before. Do it again.

    This sweeping overhaul will be to your detriment and that of future generations of Americans. Our kids are already being marginalized by so-called ILLEGAL Dreamers taking up room in American’s colleges and universities, thanks to Obama‘s implementation of his executive order giving them legal status and in-state tuition. This is an outrage being facilitated by liberals masquerading as Republicans. That’s far worse than anything coming out of Obama’s administration.

    • eubykdisop says:

      Amen, Vince! I’ve already called! Faxes to follow!

      Please, do NOT forget to also contact your House Republican Representative as well, in light of the above posted statement by Boehner that “immigration reform” is pretty much a done deal in the House!

  14. Marianne says:

    My former neighborhood became a barrio several years ago. Many of the original owners had their homes paid for or nearly so and were not looking to take on new mortgage payments at that point in their lives. It was a nice, well maintained middle class neighborhood. After illegals began moving in, (with their grade school aged kids negotiating as interpreters with the homeowners!) one by one the longtime residents moved out. The once meticulously maintained yards became devoid of grass after the new residents parked on what had been grass and was soon dirt. For some unknown reason the wide, two car driveways and garages were never used. Tires, random junk and beer cans littered the front yards. Music blared loudly late into the nights when those of us who were working were trying to sleep. No effort was made to speak English. There was no respect for our culture. There was no attempt o acclimate as legal immigrants have done for generations. The final straw for me was when I attended a holiday production at the local grade school in which my daughter was participating and it was done in both Spanish and English!! We knew it was time to move. That was ten years ago. When I recently dove through the old neighborhood, I cried. What happened there is a microcosm of the United States of America.

    • Lucy says:

      Marianne, Well said. That sounds like the neighborhood where I grew up. It is sad and depressing. We have only to look at California to see where we are headed.

  15. eubykdisop says:

    Thank you for sharing your powerful first person account, Marianne! It’s the best antidote for the propaganda from Liberals and RINO’s!

    • Marianne says:

      Every word is truth. Sad but true. And now it wil only get worse in community after community not only in our border state of Arizona, but throughout our entire country. I consider each and every one of these senators to be traitors. They have betrayed all of us, regardless of political party. Worst of all, they have betrayed our young children and their future children and grandchildren. I tore up my Republican voter ID card today. I’ll be reregistering as an “American.” I realize the grander foolishnesss of my action, keeping me out of the important primaries, but I am so enraged I see it as my only recourse. I despise John McAmnesty and Jeff McSnake.

      • eubykdisop says:

        I can understand that, Marianne! I may be able to have respect for a political enemy but never for a traitor!

  16. Tomfoolery says:

    Texas Republican Lamar Smith summed it up perfectly when he said, “No one should be surprised that individuals who have supported amnesty in the past still support amnesty,By granting amnesty, the Senate proposal actually compounds the problem by encouraging more illegal immigration.”

    Wouldn’t it be great to have that type of representation in D.C. instead of the leftwing and gutless wonders Arizona sends back to Washington?

    • Lucy says:

      Early in the campaign I asked Flake how he could continue to be for comprehensive immigration reform. He gave some weak non answer. A couple weeks later he changed his mind and came out against comprehensive immigration reform. He had to in order to get elected. That is what politicians do to get elected–they lie. Any wonder why Congress has such low approval ratings? How can folks believe anything he says now?

  17. Mike L. says:

    So what is Chairman Graham’s position on Amnesty?

    • Army Of One says:

      Robert Graham has a webite from his campaign for AZ Republican chairman. On it is this “issues” page: http://grahamforarizona.com/issues

      I found this within 30 seconds. Bet you could, too. I trust Robert Graham, but I wouldn’t trust McCain and Flake to take out the garbage.
      This is what he has to say about Illegal Immigration:

      The federal government must act to protect Arizona’s borders, but absent federal action, it is Arizona’s responsibility to protect its citizens and precious state resources.

      First and foremost we must secure our borders. Currently the 389 miles of the Arizona / Mexico border have been used by illegal immigrants as a gateway into our state. Illegal immigration is a relentless drain on the entire state’s infrastructure, discouraging lawful immigration and encouraging crime.

      Estimates have the total cost of illegal immigrants on healthcare, education, and jails at $1.3B each year. Clearly this is a federal issue, but the State of Arizona must continue to act. The lack of political will and courage by the federal government in addressing illegal immigration has forced our state to boldly pass legislation (SB 1070) as a means to protect our citizens, our infrastructure and our economy.

      Talking and not doing is depleting the lifeblood resources we need to build, protect and grow Arizona’s opportunities. As party chairman, I will support and find candidates that are equally committed to securing Arizona’s border and protecting Arizonans.

      • Mike L. says:

        I saw that crap on his website, but we both know that was campaign rhetoric. I figured one of you Graham apologists would give the real scoop on your leader.

        “As party chairman, I will support and find candidates that are equally committed to securing Arizona’s border and protecting Arizonans.”

        Yet Graham gave money to Kirk Adams and Ben Quayle, who are both pro-Amnesty. Go figure.

      • Still Hoping says:

        Mike go pound sand, why so nasty. Call and ask, you are the type who would not believe anything even if you saw it. But you are a good Republican i take it? Yea Yea. This type of nasty is what has giving us McCain, McKyl and McFlake. All along I bet u supported McCains handyman Deakin, and the ego driven I am always right Van Van the radio man.

      • Mike L. says:

        Why do you always respond by telling me to “call and ask Graham”? That’s rather silly.

        And for the record, I worked and supported JD Hayworth and Wil Cardon for Senators.

        I’m tired of establishment Republicans destroying my GOP.

        You ignorant sheep need to wake up.

      • eubykdisop says:

        Since you want to discuss animals, Mike, it may be preferable to be an “ignorant sheep” than to be full of bull.

  18. chp3871 (@chp3871) says:

    1. Any assurance Obama would sign such a law?

    2. Why would he enforce any part of it? He uses the Justice Dept to punish Arizona citizens.

  19. Lucy says:

    In 1986 they thought they were giving amnesty to one million illegals and it ended up being 3 million. Today the number is 11 million but will end up being over 30 million. It will be the end of our country as we now know it.

  20. patriotmom says:

    I think Marco Rubio is sincere. However, he is surrounded by Dems, including McStain and Flakey. I don’t care what their voter registration cards say, they are Dems.

    The bottom line is the GOP is pandering to the Hispanics. Despite all the pandering in the world, the Dems will point to Nobama and say “OUR president got this done for you” and the Hispanics will continue to vote Democrat. The GOP will implode.

    The principles have no substance and don’t address the real problems will illegals: destruction of neighborhoods, refusal to assimilate, low education levels, high illegitimacy,crime and more. Try telling the black family forced out of their home by latino gangs in Compton, CA that illegals should get to stay. Try telling Californians who saw the Mexican flag flying over the city hall that illegals just want to be good citizens.

    3 million=30 million. 30 million = 100 million.

    • eubykdisop says:

      I don’t care if Rubio is “sincere” or not. He supports amnesty and I will never support him or vote for him for ANY national office.

    • Kent says:

      Sincere? I usually agree with your sound comments, PM, but this one leaves me wondering what you’re thinking. Marco Rubio is and always has been about amnesty. He gives it a better candy coating for general consumption, but make no mistake about who and what Rubio is. He wouldn’t take a VP slot with Romney becaaue he’s waiting for the big kahuna — the 2016 presidency. Sorry, but he’ll have to go there without me.

      I agree with everything else in your comment.

      • patriotmom says:

        Good gravy, get a grip people. Talk about turning on one another! By sincere, I meant that Rubio appears to want to do something that addresses enforcement of our laws, realizing that everything put on the table has been about immediate amnesty for illegals and damn the border.

        I have fought against amnesty for years, but it’s becoming apparent that the GOP is going to go there with or without us.If there’s a way to stop it, I’m all for it. That said, I want enforcement to be part of any deal. Nobama has made it clear that he doesn’t even want to discuss it. We need someone who can make some inroads on this- McStain and Flake will simply count the illegals as they come in.

        With illegal immigration numbers heading back up, I’d rather have Rubio pushing for enforcement than McStain caving on
        amnesty.

      • eubykdisop says:

        To be crystal clear, patriotmom, Rubio supports amnesty. Conservatives oppose amnesty. Being “sincere” is irrelevant. Either one supports amnesty or one does not and Rubio supports amnesty. Rubio will never get my support or my vote for president whether he secures the Republican nomination or not.

        “Compromise” is the game of the Liberal left. What was unique about Saul Alinsky was his incremental approach, which he learned from an Italian Communist.

        No, no compromise! We are at war and in war what is needed is the uswerving determination to win. Comprimse is weakness which leads to losing the war.

    • Lucy says:

      Patriotmom—That is the crucial question. Do we want a country of low skilled and uneducated immigrants? I think I know what kind of immigrants Obama and the democrats want.

  21. Jack daniels says:

    Guess those B.H.O free phone work for getting vote for B.H.O..what next for these guest worker next year ..free 50 inch vizo 3-d flat screen T.V..thanks to the American Tax payers.

  22. Mike L. says:

    Don’t blame me, I voted for Wil Cardon and JD Hayworth…

  23. Night Owl says:

    The fact is that John McCain and Jeff Flake care about one thing, and it most certainly is not their constituents. The overriding concern in their lives is re-election. Six year senate terms are far too long. A lot of damage can be done by those who have free rein and are unanswerable to anyone for over half a decade. Think about it.

    Then, right before elections, they become visible and righteously indignant over what others in DC are doing. And once again, the voters who don’t pay attention to more than what name is familiar, get screwed over by these arrogant elitists.

    Bring them home! Make them get real jobs.

    Despite being caught up in the 1980’s Keating Five scandal that caused other congressmen to lose their seats McCain was still was reelected.

    Those who vote for bums deserve what they get. The rest of us don’t.

    • Westnash says:

      It is a shame that Arizona doesn’t have anyone who is articulate enough to speak out against McCain on the national forum. We have a bumbling governor and JDH is tainted by his losses and lobbying activity.

      What has SRA done to contact the NATIONAL media and say that many Arizonan’s don’t agree with McCain?

      • eubykdisop says:

        How many times are you going to push the same propaganda, Westnash? You say that we don’t have anyone articulate enough to speak out against McCain and then cover yourself by immediately discounting JD who did speak out against McCain!

        Maybe you’re looking for perfection like you see in Giffords and Napolitano who you seem to think politicaly walk on water. Strange how it is always only Democrats you see as effective while you view Republicans as the repository of all faults!

    • Westnash says:

      Term Limits are the first and best step….we simply have to get term limits for all of Congress.

      • Pima Pal says:

        For once I fully agree with you! I’ve never favored term limits. Our Founders considered them and dismissed the idea, wanting voter participation. In this case, we see how necessary limitations have become. We have virtually untouchable career polticians, who dismiss us as easily as shooing a pesky fly off their sleeve. In my opinion, there are few congressional incumbents deserving of retention. Here in AZ (If I lived in their districts) I would vote to retain Trent Franks and David Schweikert. That’s it. Gosar? Maybe. But the entire congress should be limited to four two-year terms and then it’s time for new representation.

      • Hunter says:

        It would almost certainly require a constitutional convention called by the states to amend the constitution to get Congressional term limits. Can you imagine 2/3 of both houses of Congress voting to send a term limit amendment to the states?

        While we’re at it, have US senators elected by the state legislatures instead of by voters.

        Three consecutive terms for a representative and one for a senator are what should be allowed if the constitution can ever be amended for term limits.

        There should also be a prohibition of any pension benefits for serving in any elected federal office. Maybe that would send the message that serving in Congress should be a civic responsibility for limited time rather than a career.

      • eubykdisop says:

        I’m for Mom, apple pie and the American flag. So what? It would be nice if gas prices were lower too but gas prices and term limits are not the issues which are front and center for us right now.

        What we are facing right now are attacks on The Constitution and contitutional rights. The 2nd Amendment is under assault as is the power of Congress and the separation of powers. Some in Congress want to change the laws to accomodate law breaking by illegal aliens. We are awash in an ever-increasing sea of debt. Those are the issues which we need to address right now.

  24. Fed Up says:

    Can anyone tell me why this amnesty push is being called “bi-partisan?” It’s a gang of liberal Democrats being led by two well known Arizona RINOs (McCain and Flake), McCain’s brown-nosing swish/toady Lindsay Graham and committed amnesty proponent Marco Rubio, who as a Cuban seems to think he has a dog in this fight. He forgets he’s an American US Senator.

    Let’s get real and call this what it is: A sellout of America in a futile quest for votes from the dyed-in-the-wool Hispanic Democrats that will stay with the Democrats regardless of what grand gifts a few fools offer.

    I am a lifelong registered Republican. Even more, I am a principled Constitutionalist. Neither McCain nor Flake will ever get my vote, regardless of who their opponent might be. They both lied to get elected and now have resumed their old amnesty perch. I am damn tired of bending over for these deceptive traitors.

    PS: I commend Seeing Red AZ for continuing to expose the deceit of McCain and Flake. Kyl was no better. ALL of them did about faces on illegal immigration prior to election and then switched back into amnesty mode immediately after the votes were in.

    • Capt. Marvel says:

      Your point is well made. This is but another scam/sham being pulled on the American people and Arizonans who feel the greatest brunt of this foreign aggression (with a wink and a nod from our supposed representatives) since our border abutting Mexico is the acknowledged most used portal for illegals. Let’s not forget that as much of a major problem the invasion of illegals from Mexico and Central America is, there are those coming along with them who are from the Middle East, Asia, Russia and other global sites. Many hate America and mean to do us harm. In this post 9/11 world, why would we open the floodgates to these “poor, hardworking Mexicans who just want a better life”?

      If Mexicans love this country so much, why don’t they acclimate? Why do they accept blood money to transport Muslims (many who have learned Spanish to facilitate their false entry into the United States as Mexicans?)

      Why would bring in hordes to compete for jobs with Americans in this terrible economy? Why would we offer reduced fee education to illegals who will displace our own children in colleges? Why do we have borders and laws? Let’s just make theft and home invasions legal while we’re at it. Where is the difference?

    • eubykdisop says:

      Might I suggest that you do some research on “One World” and the “New World Order”. If you do, you will find that there is something much, much bigger going on than a quest for votes or some other relatively minor issue.

      “. . . the moment is upon us to define a compelling concept of a new world order to commit ourselves to it, and to lead the world in its realization.” – U. S. Senator Joe Biden, June 29, 1992, Congressional Record, Pages S9098 – S9102.

  25. Maggie says:

    Please watch this chilling video. Pay close attention to the titles and names of the speakers. Many are educators, mayors and members of the legislature.

    The demanding hordes they are addressing are soon to be our new citizens. Read their signs. You’ll surely want to welcome them.

  26. Westnash says:

    What has SRA done to contact the NATIONAL media and say that many Arizonan’s don’t agree with McCain?

    • Seeing Red AZ says:

      Since we’re at work, we’ve put you in charge, Westnash. Feel free to forward the link with this post to every media outlet you can think of — including print and electronic — locally and national.

      http://seeingredaz.wordpress.com/2013/01/28/mccain-tells-gop-it-must-accept-amnesty/#comments
      And don’t forget the numerous local newspapers round the state.

      Great suggestion.Thanks for stepping up!

      • Westnash says:

        Right and a link like this with Euby’s comments would make the Democrats smile. I can’t speak for your blog and you know it…but you can and should do so before it is too late.

        But to take you up on it, you put your words out and I will edit them to make the case while keeping the same thoughts and see that the media outlets do get the point.

      • eubykdisop says:

        ROFL!!!!!!!!

        Score one for SRAZ! :-)

      • eubykdisop says:

        Awwww, what’s the matter, Westnash, your Pinko propaganda campaign isn’t going so well in a Conservative Republican blog?

        Remember now, you can always post at “Daily Kos” where your Liberal Democrat views will be warmly welcomed!

  27. Vince says:

    Aligned with Arizona’s double-dealing RINO Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake, is New Jersey Democrat Sen. Robert Menendez. He’s playing a lead roll in pushing this legislation despite recent revelations that his campaign employed an illegal alien sex offender whom the Obama administration ordered ICE agents not to arrest until AFTER the elections.

    Menendez himself has been under investigation by the FBI for possibly hiring underage child prostitutes in the Dominican Republic. The Daily Caller has it all, including links to documents focusing on repeated trips he took to the Dominican Republic with his longtime campaign contributor and Miami ophthalmologist Salomon Melgen.

    http://dailycaller.com/2013/01/25/emails-show-fbi-investigating-sen-bob-menendez-for-sleeping-with-underage-dominican-prostitutes/
    Menendez and reputed pervert Sen. Lindsey Graham show the caliber of cohorts McFlake were able to recruit.

  28. Hagar says:

    McCain and McFlake: Arizona’s twin b*s**rd traitors.

    • East Valley Conservative says:

      The problem, Hagar, is that they don’t get into their cushy DC offices by themselves. Enough foolish Arizona voters put them there. I voted for Wil Cardon, who I got to know and found to be a decent, hardworking and conservative guy. But over the years that Flake was in the House, he developed relationships with lobbying groups that wanted to ensure he continued to stay in Washington and scratch their backs while they scratched his. Unless you live under a rock, you saw what Club for Growth did to brutalize Cardon, running back to back deceptive and vicious ads, with the sole intent of assisting Flake. At one point, Flake even acknowledged how dirty they were but said there was nothing he could do because they were independent expenditures, separate from his campaign. While that was technically true, he could have had surrogates contact the villains and call them off. The fact is, he loved the attacks and benefited from them.
      It’s a wonder decent people even run for public office when the playing field is so crooked. Cardon was denounced for contributing a good deal of self-funding to his campaign, which was within his ability and not illegal. I have known Jeff Flake and his family for many years and would walk to the other side of the street if I saw that slickster coming toward me.

  29. Observer says:

    More damning news on John McCain and Jeff Flake’s amnesty buddy New Jersey Democrat Sen. Robert Menendez and his underage prostitute supplying donor friend. This lowlife is an eye surgeon! Scandals have been swirling around Menendez for months, but that doesn’t phase our two Arizona senators. Please folks remember these important matters. Don’t send them back. They are both traitorous deceivers.

    http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/01/29/3207543/fbi-raids-west-palm-beach-office.html

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