McCain: Better reception in Mexico than Arizona

Those who know him best, like him least

After being met with hostile receptions at his Arizona Town Halls, John McCain decided to take his amnesty show down the road — a little further south.  The Los Angeles Times reports that McCain was in Mexico yesterday, enjoying a more convivial meeting with President Enrique Pena Nieto and other officials, where he praised the government for its commitment to security. The AZ República, the state’s major newspaper, has chosen to ignore the meeting.

At the conclusion of the closed-door tête-à-tête McCain declared he was “convinced” that Pena Nieto was “committed to taking action against the drug cartels.”

Is McCain hallucinating?

Via Congress’ generous squandering of American taxpayer dollars, a money train of nearly $ 2 billion has been funneled to Mexico, ostensibly to fight its organized crime cartels. Gang and cartel led deaths, the flow of drugs and destruction have not abated.

The Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), previously in control for seven decades from 1929 to 2000 — with a 12-year hiatus — and under whose banner Pena Nieto ran, was marked by a relaxed interaction with drug cartels.

The Los Angeles Times reported that after meeting with Pena Nieto, McCain held a news conference saying they had a “substantive discussion about the immigration policy debate in Washington.” But McCain, who heads the notorious Gang of 8 senators pushing amnesty for illegal aliens in the U.S., remained unspecific regarding details of his talk with the Mexican president on the matter.

“I think the president very appropriately began our conversation by saying he doesn’t want to tell the U.S. Congress what they should do,” McCain said. An odd comment given the fact that the Mexican government has long played the key role of enthusiastic co-conspirator to illegals’ passage north. In 2005, Mexico’s Foreign Ministry published a thirty-two page illustrated comic book, “The Guide for the Mexican Migrant,” providing maps and directions to the most expedient routes and safest passageways, detailing where water stations and supplies have been left by well-meaning but misguided do-gooders. American Patrol shows the guide, page by page here.

Then a Congressman representing Arizona, J.D. Hayworth’s reaction was “more astonishment than anger that a government that claims to want to be an active partner in preventing illegal immigration is an active and willing accomplice to engendering more illegal immigration.” An enlightening article, including this quote, appeared in Human Events.  It was written by former Colorado Congressman, Tom Tancredo.

Although Arizona citizens statewide expressed their fury with McCain at several Town Halls in the past few days, the delusional senator configured the heated verbal attacks as agreement: “I’ve seen a shift in attitude, a realization that we can’t forever have 11 million people living in the shadows.”

Fantasy and facts blur in the mind of John McCain.

10 Responses to McCain: Better reception in Mexico than Arizona

  1. Delilah says:


    • Westnash says:

      It might shake JM up to have a recall petition with a chance to take him out. Problem is that Jan might decide she should take his place. Oh No!

      How many signatures are required for a recall petition to work?

      • MacBeth says:

        This isn’t rocket science. Google has links to any question you can ask:
        Once again you indulge in your propensity political dreams. Giffords isn’t running. Brewer isn’t running.

        As a the good Republican you claim to be, tell us what you thought of the speakers at the Lincoln Day luncheon today. Surely you attended.

      • eubykdisop says:

        Westnash, you don’t want to do anything to secure the border, LOL!

        “Westnash says:
        February 18, 2013 at 3:35 pm
        What I worry that the Secure Our Borders bunch really wants is to spend Billions more in hiring and fences which do nothing but increase the size of Govt.”

  2. Maggie says:

    McCain should move to Mexico. They like him, he likes them. He could be appointed to a cabinet position overseeing the invasion of the USA.

  3. PV PC says:

    John McCain used to suffer from selective memory. Now it’s obviously dementia with a good dose of egoism. The problem is the fools keep reelecting this liberal toad who runs as a republican and acts like a democrat. As an AZ senator, he has never represented me and I’m an elected precinct committeeman who lives in the same legislative district as he does. Even when he’s in town, he never shows up. But then, he never shows up at state meetings of elected state committeemen (only once every two years) and even snubbed the Arizona gathering when his name was entered into nomination as the GOP presidential candidate! Word was he was wary of being booed and didn’t want that in the national press.

  4. Westnash says:

    How much publicity did the Lincoln Day event garner? Exactly!

    MacBeth, you are wrong about Giffords….you see the hunger for the camera in her eyes just like some third rate candidate who is mentioned for the first time and either she or hubby will be running. With the poor job Republicans are doing and new people moving to Phoenix, the state will move straight on to the Democrats with a couple of token Republican congressmen in Gerrymandered districts.

    If the Mexican’s weren’t hired, they couldn’t stay here long. If their papers were checked and they were illegal they could be deported. Simple enough!

    • eubykdisop says:

      Yes, Westnash, MacBeth should listen to a “conservative” like you who holds the same views as B. Hussein Obama.

      “Westnash says:
      February 14, 2013 at 10:17 am
      I would propose an immediate 10% cut in all military expenditures including salaries. All of us can get by on 9 out of 10…..the govt. can as well…it is nothing but would make a huge dent in the problem.”

      “Westnash says:
      January 8, 2013 at 8:00 am
      There will be some changes in gun regulations at some point in 2013 and the Republicans who only tow the NRA line of “no” will lose. Wouldn’t you rather outsmart your opponent than trying unsuccessfully in throwing up a wall, that is crumbling down around you.”

      “Westnash says:
      January 11, 2013 at 3:41 am
      Obviously, Euby, it is easy for you to blame Marxism, but impossible to offer a solution for the Arizona Republicans. Hopefully there is someone in the party smarter than you.”

      “Westnash says:
      February 18, 2013 at 3:35 pm
      What I worry that the Secure Our Borders bunch really wants is to spend Billions more in hiring and fences which do nothing but increase the size of Govt.”

  5. LEO IN TSN says:

    Oh, no, McAmnesty is a traitorous old RINO, but he is not demented. He knows that his actions and his remarks will be reported by the MSM (including Fox) with no reference to the disgust and displeasure of the people in his “home” state. His actions and his words will stand alone on the national airwaves to convince all those low-information voters in other parts of the country that AZ is coming around, we are changing our minds and endorsing his lunatic plans for amnesty for 35 – 40 million illegal aliens (including terrorists & career criminals), and so it must be OK. He is meeting with and getting concessions (that they won’t describe) from the MX presidente, so it – amnesty – must be OK. This is an evil plan to convince the rest of the country that even those hardcore, racists bigots from AZ are now supporting the McAmnesty – McRubio – McFlake three-ring amnesty plans.

    Evil betrayal from traitors? – yes. Dementia? – no. McAmnesty has his own state car on the obamao express. His first words after giving US to obamao in ’08 were to declare his anticipation of working with President For Life Obamao on (here it comes) comprehensive immigration reform. Don’t underestimate the enemies of America, for to do so is to mentally disarm US.

    God bless America.

    • Matt DeGennaro says:

      LEO IN TSN:
      You said a mouthful with these few words, “McAmnesty is a traitorous old RINO.” Republicans engaged in political suicide when he became our nominee. It was even worse than putting Bob Dole up for the presidency. McCain worked as diligently to help elect Obama as the Democrats did. He should have been drummed out of the party years ago.

      As to the closing message on your thoughtful comments, I believe God did bless America. We were provided with brilliant, God fearing leaders who forged glorious documents to lead this great nation. Consider their horror if they were to see what liberals, including McCain, have wrought in the ensuing years.