I wrote this post two days ago to show my disgust with John McCain and his BS. I’m bumping this post back up to the top to call your attention to today’s syndicated column written by Michelle Malkin that appears today on her site and in newspapers across the country. It is a MUST read (along with my post here, natch!)
This will get you started:
John S. McCain, Will You Please Go Now?
By Michelle Malkin • April 23, 2010 03:24 AM
My friends. It’s time for some real straight talk. It’s time to take a good, hard look at the entrenched Beltway Republicans who call you their “friends” — and then repeatedly vote against you, trash you, and mock you in between elections until it’s time to pander again. Look at John McCain’s record, not his latest, desperate campaign fund-raising e-mails.
And now for my comments:
Because John McCain and the rest of his pals in Congress have done NOTHING to protect his state and our country, the State of Arizona has just signed into law an immigration bill that will crack down on illegals, protect their citizens, and makes it crystal clear that Arizona’s SB 1070 will be implemented, immediately.
From Fox News:
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on Friday signed a controversial bill that seeks to crack down on illegal immigration.
The sweeping measure will make it a crime under state law to be in the country illegally. It will also require local police officers to question people about their immigration status if there is reason to suspect they are in the country illegally.
John McCain, aiding and abetting the slave master Obama…
This from the man who tried to push the McCain -Kennedy (swimmer) Amnesty bill on Americans… who would not take on Obama during the presidential campaign… who obligated Sarah Palin to campaign for him last month… who instituted McCain – Feingold… who formed the Gang of 14 to impede Pres. Bush… who described himself as a maverick, and then walked back on it in campaign commercials… whose idea of legislating is to link arms with the left side of the aisle…who is not worthy to occupy the seat once held by Barry Goldwater… and who plays footsie with the lamestream media…
The jobs which used to go to black Americans, are now going toward imported Mexican labor.
This has now graduated under Chicago mafia Obama to the point where these peons are meant to not just supplant black workers, but to supplant the American voter.
The propaganda talking points are already in, in the fact that people state Americans no longer want to work heavy labor so Mexicans are needed. The fact is Americans will work, but will not work for Mexican slave wages.
If the robber barons were forced to pay an American wage, Americans would work in any situation. In the 1950′s the slaughter plant worker was one of the premier jobs in benefits, quality if wage and retirement. Now it is a diseased environment which Mexicans are dumped into to be used up while Americans pay for it all.
This is what is behind the amnesty issue and it is nothing but slavery, as Americans will be replaced with a Mexican slave force which can be used up and not taken care of. See Americans have Social Security, when Mexicans are the status quo, the Government will pass a law that no one can retire until age 75 and that is how the Social Security issue will be solved in worked to death Mexicans.
This is what Barack Hussein Obama with his Chicago union, agri business and construction cartels are pushing. Slave labor and the SEIU union getting all those Mexicans to be forced to join it, so they can live in million dollar homes with retreats as the peon exists in 23 people to a rented house used as a money whore by all businesses in the once community of America.
John “I never met an illegal I didn’t love” McAmnesty has the unmitigated gall to send this out to people he thinks want to see him reelected:
I often say I love a good fight, and I have spent much of my life advocating the causes I believe in. I’ve fought for job creation, lower taxes and a strong national defense. I’ve fought against pork-barrel spending, wasteful earmarks, sky-high deficits and the disastrous Obamacare bill. And at the end of the day, I will always fight for what is best for the country I so deeply love.
But, today, my ability to fight for our country and the values we share is in jeopardy. I am in the middle of the toughest reelection battle I have ever faced. My opponent is aggressively raising funds to run ads attacking my record of service and dedication to our country.
I will not stand for these attacks and will respond to them swiftly with your support. Our campaign will make our next purchase of radio and television ads by April 30th and I once again need your help. An immediate donation of any amount will enable me to fight back against these attacks.
I am determined to return to the Senate to continue fighting against the massive expansion of government under President Obama. Last week, I authored a resolution that overwhelmingly passed the Senate against the massive Value Added Tax (VAT Tax). This tax would cripple families on fixed incomes and push back America’s economic recovery. With the economy in such bad shape, we should be cutting tax rates to spur job creation and economic growth. The Left’s push for increased taxes is only one example of the constant battles I fight day-in and day-out on behalf of our shared values.
I’m ready to fight these battles, but I need your immediate support as I expand my campaign for reelection. We are days away from our April 30th deadline and your urgent donation is needed as our campaign efforts expand. This is why I ask that you make a generous contribution of $25, $50, $100 or even $250 right away.
As a public servant, I have taken an oath to “preserve and protect” our country and our constitution and I plan to do so with your support.
I have never taken any election for granted, and I would not be writing to you if urgent action on your part were not needed. So, please take a moment to follow this link and make a generous donation of whatever you can give today to help us reach our goal before April 30th.
I thank you for your continued generous support for my campaign.
P.S. I’m proud of my record of service on behalf of the people of Arizona and our nation. But I may not be able to continue my service in the U.S. Senate if I am not reelected. I’m engaged in both a tough reelection campaign and a battle against the ever-expanding government under the control of President Obama, Leader Reid and Speaker Pelosi. Your urgent donation of $25, $50, $100, or even $250 is needed to ensure we reach our monthly fundraising goal so that I may be reelected to continue fighting for our shared values. Thank you.
Earlier, President Obama called the bill “misguided” and said it could violate people’s civil rights.The bill’s Republican sponsor, state Rep. Russell Pearce of Mesa, said Obama and other critics of the bill were “against law enforcement, our citizens and the rule of law.”