Skip to comments."McCain Tries To Avoid Questions About Immigration" - El Universal (Translated from Spanish)
Posted on 01/30/2008 9:35:57 PM PST by AmericanInTokyo
Intenta McCain evadir preguntas sobre inmigración
Expresa el aspirante a la candidatura republicana que respalda los esfuerzos para impedir el cruce de indocumentados; afirma que la gente pide que primero sean aseguradas las fronteras ...
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"John McCain tried to avoid responding Wednesday night to questions on illegal immigration, in a debate in which his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination looked to obtain votes in the primary elections next week."
Or: "John McCain intentó evitar responder el miércoles a preguntas sobre la inmigración ilegal, en un debate en que los rivales por la nominación presidencial republicana buscaron obtener votos en las primarias de la próxima semana."
It seems to essentially go in on Spanish about what a untrustworthy phony Senator McCain (D-Arizona) is, and now how, in trying to please everybody, he is ending up being distruted by everybody, including illegal alien interests. (BABELFISH TRANSLATION)
el bumpo in the night!!
My Spanish is a bit rusty. Where is this publication from?
"McCain lost self-identified Republicans by a point in New Hampshire (oddly, he won registered Republicans); he lost self-identified Republicans by 14 points in Michigan; and he tied among self-identified Republicans in South Carolina and Florida. In other words, McCain is close to the presumptive GOP nominee without having won self-identified Republican voters anywhere."
Wow, McLame is on a roll. Winning FL with just 36% of the vote. And he has YET TO WIN a majority of self identified Republicans anywhere.
What a joke!!!!! McLame is a media, and establishment, fabrication.
Many Republicans resented that McCain had supported a bill that would have given him a way to obtain legal residency to millions of undocumented immigrants who are in the country.
When asked whether vote for this bill at this time,''McCain responded that''it will not be passed,''because people want to first ensure the borders''.
California, con su enorme población de inmigrantes, es uno de varios estados que votarán el martes. California, with its huge population of immigrants, is one of several states that will vote on Tuesday.
On the other hand, Mitt Romney said that McCain is out of the main stream conservative.
Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, suggested that McCain voted twice against tax cuts President George W. Bush and boosted financial reforms that restricted campaign fund-raising and spending.
The groups dominant Republicans supported tax cuts and opposed the new law on campaign, which many felt was more useful for the Democrats.
These views are outside the view of the current Republican primary''said Romney in the first moments of a debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
The forum took place 24 hours after that McCain won the presidential primary in Florida, despite criticism that it is too moderate on a number of issues of great importance to party members.
McCain, a senator for Arizona, rejected the allegations and said he was''proud of my background conservatives''.
He said that Romney left Massachusetts with high taxes and a large debt.
''Your job creation was the third weakest in the country'', denounced McCain.
While the debate continues, The Associated Press reported that the governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, will support McCain on Thursday.
Schwarzenegger was in the audience, as well as Nancy Reagan, widow of the former president.
Muchos nachos is muy bien
It is a shoddy house built on loosely packed peat moss, not solid, reinforced concrete.
We can bring it down, Freepers.
Que? McCain unable to say he supports amnesty?
Next he'll tell us he was just kidding about McCain/Feingold .
Si. Viva la candidita manchuriaita
1) Freedom of political Speech: McCain Feingold
2) Alien Amnesty
3) Border Fence
4) Gang of 14 " No Nuclear Option" on fillibuster for judicial appointees debate
5) Campaigning against in state Republican Candidates in Arizona for the Nov 2006 election, and subsequent Arizona Republican Party Censorship
6) Waterboarding is torture?
7) Backroom maneuvering to get rid of Tom DeLay as House Whip
Oh yes, McCains pressers are very scripted these days.
He isn't worth an ounce of already chewed plug tobacco, or the spit that goes along with it.
Well you got the party affiliation right.
Yes and if he can get Huck to stay in, he will eventually push Romney out.
Mitt is to use to board room talk to nail this poor excuse of a human being.
It is going to take some focus for conservatives to nail McAmnesty and his dangerous views and expose him to the general public.
Todos nosotros condenados.
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