This site is brilliant in its ‘compare and contrast” facts and videos:
This fact-filled site is in response to Sen. John McCain’s latest pandering television ad in which he claims he now wants to build the “danged fence” along the U.S.-Mexico border.
McCain’s pathetic election-year-conversion ad has been assaulted by national media as a blatant flip-flop of the Senator’s previous opposition to a fence and his support of amnesty for illegal aliens.
The media has seen through this game McCain is playing:
Glenn Beck warned his listeners the ad might make them vomit.
ABC News reminded its audience that in a 2007 Vanity Fair interview, McCain said, “I think the fence is least effective. But I’ll build (expletive deleted) fence if they want it.”
Big Government called it the “Worst ‘Danged’ Political Ad in History! Congratulations, John McCain.”
Politico wrote of McCain: “His shift across the political landscape on this issue remains stunning to his former allies in the immigration world.”
MSNBC mocked McCain saying: “John McCain, who once led the charge for comprehensive immigration reform, is up with an immigration ad a hardliner would be proud of.”
TRUE/SLANT wrote the ad is “perhaps the worst, most ineffectual, pandering campaign ad ever.”
The Washington Post’s web headline over The Fix column reads “Has John McCain Started to Panic?”
Drudge Report’s headline said “ON DEFENSE: MCCAIN FLIP FLOPS ON IMMIGRATION.”
The Arizona Daily Star wrote: “But critics who say he flip-flopped on the issue of the border fence suggest it’s almost as if Babeu is saying ‘You’re one of us . . . now.’ (Even though you weren’t before when you were ‘pro-amnesty.’)”