McCain Wants to Name Amnesty After Ted Kennedy
Given that the backstabbing “maverick” John McCain has emerged as an important ally of Barack Obama, you may wonder if he can be considered a Republican in any meaningful sense. Benny Johnson of BuzzFeed provides the answer:
McCain "when immigration reform passes I will make sure it is forever called the Edward M. Kennedy immigration bill"
— BuzzFeed Benny (@bennyjohnson) March 28, 2014
Ted Kennedy, the most destructive leftist in the US government between FDR and Obama, is infamous as the driving force behind the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, an act of treason that has succeeded in disastrously altering America’s demographics by importing millions of Third-Worlders who lack American values and can be counted on to vote for the sort of socialist tyrants they left behind when they came to here to climb aboard the welfare gravy train. Amnesty for illegal aliens would double down on this insanity, almost certainly pushing us past the white minority tipping point that makes any advocate of limited government unelectable, as in California and New York City.
McCain is right that it would be appropriate to name an amnesty bill after Chappaquiddick Ted, if not Benedict Arnold. But appallingly, he means it as a compliment. McCain is fanatically in favor of amnesty, despite having insolently lied to his constituents before the last election that he had learned his lesson.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) hailed the late Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Ted Kennedy on Monday as a bipartisan group of senators laid out new principles for comprehensive immigration reform — perhaps handing opponents a weapon.
Kennedy and McCain led the effort for broad-based immigration reform that failed nearly six years ago, and McCain said this new push was nearly the same.
“If we do succeed, and I think we will, it will be a testimonial to Ted Kennedy’s effort years ago that laid the groundwork for this agreement,” McCain said. “You will find that this agreement has very little difference from that of the legislation that was led by Sen. Kennedy some years go.”
When American’s obituary is written, Ted Kennedy, John McCain, and their quisling immigration acts will be featured as the main causes of the nation’s demise, as America will no longer exist after its population has been displaced with Third World peasants on welfare.
In his arrogance, McCain has actually threatened to run for reelection yet again — in Arizona, where the deluge from across the border is already a crisis. There is literally no one on earth you should vote for him against.
On a tip from Jester. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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