Skip to comments.John McCain Warns Illegal Immigration Enforcement Could Lead to Riots
Posted on 06/03/2007 10:23:58 PM PDT by TaxPayer2000
Just when the dust was beginning to settle following President Bush's latest assault on common sense, in which he accused conservatives of "spreading fear" by being honest about amnesty, Senator John McCain decided that fear mongering was not such a bad tactic after all. In fact, McCain decided that fear mongering was essential in trying to sell his amnesty snake oil to a skeptical and increasingly suspicious public.
On June 2, McCain rolled out his fear-based defense of amnesty on the campaign trail in Le Mars, Iowa. Responding to a question about deportation of illegal aliens, McCain delivered the following dilly: "In case you hadn't noticed, the thousands of people who have been relegated to ghettos have risen up and burned cars in France,'' McCain said. "They've got huge problems in France. They have tremendous problems. The police can't even go into certain areas in the suburbs of Paris. I don't want that in the suburbs of America.''
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“John McCain Warns Illegal Immigration Enforcement Could Lead to Riots”
And whose side would the current government be on, theirs or ours?
One riot...one Ranger
What will they do (law abiding citizens)? They may protest, but RIOT? You know they won’t, it’s just not something they’ll do. We will not destroy others’ property just so we can get our way. It’s totally un-American.
We are delusioned to think respectable citizens will engage in the same despicable behavior as thugs and thuglets.
Now, as to defend ourselves, re post #230? That would be a serious mistake to disregard and McCain is a fool to think all law abiding, armed citizens would just sit idly by and watch their friends and neighbors being violated.
“In case you hadn’t noticed, the thousands of people who have been relegated to ghettos have risen up and burned cars in France,’’ McCain said. “They’ve got huge problems in France. They have tremendous problems. The police can’t even go into certain areas in the suburbs of Paris. I don’t want that in the suburbs of America”
I believe he is admitting right here that the penalty portions of the Amnesty Bill are never going to be enforced.
Juan McCain. Thats a good one!
But seriously though, every time that I start to believe that a McCain would be better than another Clinton, John just has to rise up like a liberal crossing the street to step in dog crap, and plant his foot squarely on my butt again.
It would really be a true Faustian choice, and one that I am no longer willing to make.
More importantly, whose side would law enforcement and the military be on?
Somebody post a pic of Segolene with her jesus pose for Segolene McCain
Or, as I always say to the supporters of this concept, "what will you do when they don't follow this law either? - deport them?" - LOL!
Is the LaRaza sponsored phone number still working and what is it?
So now we know why McCain won't do the right thing. He is "afraid."
Mr. McCain. Freedom isn't free. You think there will be riots if we start to enforce our laws, round up criminals and deport them? What the hell do you think will happen if you don't?
Americans are nice people but you can only push them so far before they start to fight back. It took the followers of Islam 22 years to finally get us to fight back but look at where we are now and we still haven't unleashed what we are capable of doing. Screw with our borders and sovereignty much longer and it's possible all hell will break loose.
Just some food for thought Senator.
Why? We don't want him. Why do you think we keep sending him to Washington?
If illegals riot, shoot them.
Shooting criminals committing a violent crime? What a novel idea.
Will the ACLU approve? < /sarcasm >
“Is there some kind of mechanism where we can get McCain & these other idiot politicians (Bush included) out of office NOW?”
Read up on your Jefferson.
Deport them? I say execute them. Lead is a whole lot cheaper than the gas and wear and tear on the buses we would use to send them home. We shouldn't have too much opposition to such a plan after all, according the the environmentalists and Planned Parenthood the world is over populated. Ridding the planet of an invading force should not be much of a problem especially when one considers how cavalier liberals are about killing innocent babies; don't you think?
Just to keep a sharp eye
Shooting Water Moccasins as they swim will definitely do that. :)
Thanks John...Appreciate the concerns...
Anything you can do to scare us into destroying ourselves, is what you seem to hope for...
Just please stay in the race till the primaries tell you to butt out of this thing called politics...
You may fade away at that point...
For those wondering why our elected representatives won’t listen to us, maybe we should go back to the beginning....
ARTICLE I, Section 2, Clause 3
“....The Number of Representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty Thousand...”
If we have 300,000,000 in this country, then we have a 1 to 689,655 ratio for representation. And, by adding 40,000,000 new people in the next 10 years, that number will be further diluted to 1 to 781,609.
How in the world is one elected representative supposed to represent the views of 781,609 people?
Instead of having a representative government, we now have an elected ruling class.
We'll handle any "riots" ourselves, he better worry about his own ass
I’m calling and they first picked up the phone and hung up now they are not answering at all.
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We won't even deport the MS-13 gang-bangers and drug cartels. I'm beginning to fear that vigilantism is the only solution.
That is what I have said about Bush too.
These people don’t give a damn about American citizens. The only thing they care about is money because of the power it brings them.
We as voters and citizens are replaceable.
Let them riot .... Texas during a natural disaster or a riot is really a place you DON’T want to be a criminal in. (Read: open season on rioters and vandals)
PING FOR IMMIGRATION GRAPHICS
So now we’re making policy based on intimidation? Get lost John and take the other RINO’s with you!
Who signs their paychecks again?
Ooooh... ouch! that one stings. But it's probably true.
McCreepy really is deranged.
Bwahahaha! If they start rioting, this group will probably give them the keys to the White House! It's what they plan to do anyway.
well, mr. mccain, i guess they should all be let into the country because we can’t have riots, can we. why, we’d all have to cower in the corner if that happens.
Riots? Have we no riot police? Committing a crime should result in automatic and permanent deportation.
Maybe we shouldn't abide by the law any longer? Our politicians certainly don't. Only way this country is going to be saved is by its citizenry.
So, he inadvertently admits that they never intend to enforce the law, either the present one or future ones. It’s all a charade. Only no one’s buying it.
John McVain: Chief Panderer.
Just exactly what I want in a leader??? NOT!!!
They must have removed his spine when he was a POW.
You know what, John, if they want to riot - let them riot in their own country!
If they had done that to begin with, they would have straightened out that rat hole years ago.
Oh, wait, in their own country - they get shot at for doing that. Well, guess what, there are many ready to provide the same results here.
Maybe that time has come..............
Moron...is more like it.
The BEST thing that could happen, right now, is for this Trojan Horse TO take to the streets and riot, while holding their Mexican flags.
who select themselves from their own pool of chosen ones.
OUTSTANDING COMMENTS (without even reading any I know they are on this thread). Thanks to all.
Is he threatening to lead the riots?
Someone should ask John McCain if he thinks rioters should be given amnesty?
Or is he saying that Latinos have a high propensity for violence?
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