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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Let’s see first they worry about the Latino vote and now Mr McCain is worried about them rioting. Do they ever show any worry or any kind of concern one way or the other about us? Seems they worry a lot about them and show nothing but disdain for us.
We better give them what they want or they might get ma-ad...
Maybe it hasnt occurred to him the possibilities of riots and vigilantism if that amnesty *IS* passed. Whats the point of enforcing amnesty when it pretty much p*sses in the face of those who have been following the law. Seems to me the ones who want this amnesty WANT there to be chaos and no law at all...he should not be surprised if people follow that logic to its natural conclusion. Why isnt anyone pointing that out to the braindead elitist pigs? Does the word Bastille mean anything?
So it will go with the MSM, as this month he is on their side.
McCain shows his true liberal colors... AGAIN.
So what gives? Is he asking us not to piss off the most important group of people in the whole wide world?
Well, John, the big military hero, is going to give in to the extortion of these criminals. So, if we threaten to riot will he then vote against this bill?
These politicians are turning this country upside down.
Can't build a wall, can't deport them, can't asked them if they're here legally, can't refuse them medical care, can't shoot illegal drug runners, and if we don't give them what they want, they'll riot and burn the country down.
Soooo...... if the rest of us act like barbarians, we can also have anything we want?
Congress has done nothing about securing the borders since the last time we were forced to give amnesty in the 80’s, so the whole thing has been premeditated.
How do these people in Washington get elected? Why do they want to create a underclass of citizens? Why do the people that we vote into Washington turn back into our guns? I was once a Republican, but the party has left me in the wake of their new found love for new citizens. I am going to head to the polls and vote all the people out of office that vote for this bill. You would think that the Maverick is smarter than to draw comparisons of our country to France. At least they have an official language.
Don’t deport them, don’t threaten to deport them.
Just take away their jobs and place to live.
No job and no place to live they’ll leave on their own. It isn’t that complicated. What’s more, is that the people who provide jobs and a place to live are Americans. They can be fined and put into prison. Do it a few times and the rest just might see the light...
“Should make catching them a whole lot easier. And then show them to the door.”
It will then be time to break out the local posse’s to turn these lawbreakers in.
First they break the law by coming over the border, then they want to riot.
Deputize me today!
It certainly sounds like it!
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