Skip to comments.Senator McCain: “very concerned” immigration reform could be affected by other issues
Posted on 09/06/2013 1:20:00 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
In an exclusive interview to be aired on Telemundos Enfoque, anchor José Diaz-Balart asked Arizona Republican Senator John McCain whether he was worried that the movement toward immigration reform he helped lead in the Senate may be affected in the House due to issues like Syria.
Im very concerned about that because this issue must be addressed, said Senator McCain.
The Arizona Senator said the country cannot continue having 11 million people living in the shadows.
We have a proposal that I believe is acceptable to the majority, overwhelming majority of the American people. And we should reflect the will of the people and get this up and get a bill to the President of the United States so that we can take advantage of these wonderful people who now live in our country, said the Arizona Republican. McCain was one of the key architects of the bipartisan Senate immigration reform bill
They are not in the shadows, they are at my Walmart
Please! “Ship” for brains! Pull a Jim Jeffords! JUMP NOW!
(Can’t believe the party chose your sorry @$$ in 08 )
Go away, JM. Can’t you find a country to nuke or something?
The party didn’t choose him, Just killed off all the competition.
mc cain wants to be the center of attraction until it come to take charge and then he freezes up( his run for president) Please go home and play all the video poker and angry birds all you want. Get an obama phone with limited minutes.
Does anyone have a picture of the Concern Troll?
The country already has an emperor.
Your career is in jeopardy bunghole.
How many hispanics support bombing Syria? John McCain wants to live to see the day where he can get a poll that says 51% of hispanics support him on an issue against a Democrat opponent.
Blacks support bombing Syria by a few points less than whites. But a higher percentage of blacks think Obama has explained his case. I think Hispanics would not be concerned with Syria. There is a lot of Arab Diaspora in Latin America. I wonder what Carlos Slim thinks.
Why else is President Hussein wagging the dog on Syria...
I agree Jim. He never shuts the heck up. He’s mouthing off everyday now about something like anyone cares. What gives?
Senility really kicking in? lol
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