Border security? Don’t hold your McBreath

Josh Bernstein, writing for the Examiner, does a fine job of pulling back the curtain on the underhanded dealings being engaged in by the amnesty supporting senators who refer to themselves as the “Gang of Eight.” 

With two slippery Arizona RINOs — John McCain and his ardent sycophant Jeff Flake — leading the left-leaning “bi-partisan” clique, those who follow their hypocrisy will not be surprised at their shooting down of Sen. John Thune’s (R-SD) amendment which simply called for the completion and funding of a 700-mile stretch of double tiered fencing along our southern border. Most of the senators voting 54-39 to reject the amendment were Democrats.  Five Republicans, including all four members of the so called “Gang of Eight” voted with the Democrats. That group of colluders includes McCain and Flake, along with Lindsey Graham and Marco Rubio — blithely tossing his 2016 presidential aspirations to the winds in support of amnesty.

The only GOP Senator not part of the “Gang of Eight” also voting against the Thune amendment was Lisa Murkowski (AK) a reliable supporter of liberal positions.

In need of a good belly laugh? John McCain provides it with this explanation of why he voted against the measure, “We should leave that issue (the border fence) to the best judgment of the Border Patrol.” This is the same John McCain who in a tough primary challenge in 2010 actually ran a campaign ad in which he emphatically declared, “Complete the danged fence!” Here’s a memory refresher:

For America to remain a free country it is imperative to our sovereignty to protect our national borders. Article IV, section 4 of the United States Constitution clearly defines the issue. “The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government, and shall protect each of them against invasion; and on application of the legislature, or of the executive (when the legislature cannot be convened) against domestic violence.”

Call these deceivers and remind them of their sworn duty:

The Capitol switchboard number is (202) 224-3121
John McCain: (202) 224-2235
Lindsey Graham: (202) 244-5972
Jeff Flake: (202) 224-4521
Lisa Murkowski: (202) 224-6665
Marco Rubio: (202) 224-3041

Read “Why our Southern Border will never be secure.”

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10 Responses to Border security? Don’t hold your McBreath

  1. Vince says:

    Thanks for including the link to Article IV, Section 4 of the United States Constitution. The problem is, those who took an oath to preserve and protect it, don’t give a rat’s ass about it or ANY of our Founding documents. They care only about perpetuating their lofty D.C. positions. I call upon all of you to join me in replacing them — ONE AND ALL. Haven’t you had enough? I sure have.

    • Realist says:

      Vince, I doubt it will be a problem replacing the gang of 8. They will be replacing themselves, after they give amnesty to 10’s of millions of soon to be registered democrats.

      • Capt. Marvel says:

        So true, Realist. Any democrat with a Hispanic surname will be a sure winner when this majority voting bloc is put in place by these fraudulant republicans..

        From what I know presently, I would have no problem supporting Ted Cruz over Marco McRubio or Jeb The Third Bush. But I’m not talking about qualified people like Cruz. I mean ANY democrat with a Hispanic surname. That will be all that matters. Qualifications will be way down the list. What a sad time this is for our country when those we put in office are aiding and abetting the other party.

      • eubykdisop says:

        No problem supporting Ted Cruz, Capt. Marvel? Then you must approve of and support these amendments which Cruz offered:

        “Sen. Cruz Files Additional Amendments to Immigration Legislation”

        “Cruz 1324: Green Card (LPR) reform to modernize, streamline and expand legal immigration”

        “This amendment would streamline and simplify our legal immigration system by consolidating segmented visas, creating real and transparent caps, eliminating the diversity visa lottery, and treating all immigrants equally by eliminating the per-country caps.”

        “Provisions of his amendment include:
        •Doubling the overall worldwide green card caps from 675,000 visas per year to 1.35 million per year (not including refugees and asylees)”

        “Cruz 1325: Increase high-skilled temporary worker visas (H-1B visas) five-fold”

        “This amendment would improve our nation’s legal immigration system by increasing the H-1B cap from 65,000 to 325,000. It would also help America retain the people it educates by authorizing dual-intent student visas and address the need for high-skilled labor by creating a block grant to promote domestic high-skilled workers.”

        http://www.cruz.senate.gov/record.cfm?id=344112

        So given his way, Cruz would increase green cards from 675,00 per year to 1,350,000 per year and he would increase H-1B visas from 65,000 to 325,000.

        Do you support those amendments by U. S. Senator Ted Cruz, Capt. Marvel?

        Don’t get suckered in by yet another immigration supporter in Conservative clothing! Haven’t we been taken in by enough “Republican” and “Conservative” turncoats already?

      • Lucy says:

        Realist, thanks for pointing that out. It is ironic that the folks they give amnesty to will ultimately vote them out of office.

  2. BPaluch777@aol.com says:

    Both McAmnesty and his hand-puppet Flake should be recalled. Start that ball rolling!

  3. Charlie Conservative says:

    There is a toll-free number, 888-978-3094. Believe it is provided by Numbers USA and can be used for either the Senate or House.
    We’re concentrating on the House…afraid the Senate is a loss.

  4. Night Owl says:

    So you’re saying we’re dead in the water, eubykdisop? We need to replace all of the frauds in DC.

    • eubykdisop says:

      Not necessarily, Night Owl. I just think that Ted Cruz is one of those who speaks out of both sides of his mouth on immigration issues, rather than being consistently Conservative, and immigration issues are important issues for American citizens right now.

      I don’t know anyone who is Conservative who supports doubling the number of green cards being issued each year, plus a 500% increase in H-1B visas, at a time of relatively high unemployment and underemployment among U. S. citizens. That makes no sense and certainly shows a lack of concern for and support for American citizens.

      Do you remember when Bill Clinton promised high tech job training which would supposedly result in American citizens getting better paying jobs? Now, today, we have Ted Cruz wanting to bring in “high-skilled” foreign labor… and wanting to create a “block grant” to “promote domestic high-skilled workers”. You’ll forgive me if I’m not “excited” about someone who sounds like Bill Clinton, LOL! And what constitutes a “domestic” high-skilled worker, an amnestied illegal alien? Are they going to be the beneficiaries of that block grant?

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