McCain singles out commitment to Hispanic businesses
That John McCain is such a kidder. He’s sending out fundraising emails, once again addressing the recipients as “My friend,” when he won’t even allow us entrance into his closed-door town hall meetings.
McCain begins by telling us he has “some great news to share.” Anticipating an announcement he was dropping his bid for his 6th six-year senate election in time for his 80th birthday, hope reached soaring — but short-lived — heights.
Nope. Even at his advanced age, John McCain is unable to relinquish power after over 3 decades in D. C., though his disconnect to reality, major fumbles and confusion on crucial issues are abundantly clear.
His “great news,” is that the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce “has endorsed his campaign.” He says “Javier Palomarez, the President of the USHCC, highlighted my commitment to Arizona’s Hispanic businesses. I’m always working to promote economic growth and development of small businesses and entrepreneurs in Arizona,” McCain tells us. His brassiness is exhibited with these words, “I hope you will join the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in standing up with my campaign right now” as he solicits donations.
John McCain, a committed amnesty proponent, talked tough on the border during his last campaign, though he never meant a word of his vow to “complete the dang fence.” Immediately after the ballots were counted he and his underling Jeff Flake put together the amnesty-bent Gang of Eight with the most liberal senate Democrats including Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin. Marco Rubio’s involvement in this debacle helped sink his presidential aspirations.
This 2010 Atlanta newscast, “Muslim terrorists crossing US/Mexico Border,” tells the rest of the story, which has only worsened in the intervening years.
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