Skip to comments.OFA Year-End Immigration List Thanks Paul Ryan, John McCain for Helping Amnesty(backstabber alert)
Posted on 12/31/2013 5:17:23 PM PST by amnestynone
Organizing for Action, the community organizing group rebooted from President Barack Obamas re-election campaign remnants that uses BarackObama.com as its website, has thanked House Budget Committee chairman Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), and other Republicans supporting amnesty for illegal immigrants. In a post published on New Years Eve, OFAs Maria Liebermann listed the Obama campaign remnants 13 favorite immigration reform moments of 2013. The list of chock full of praise for Republicans who have taken the Democratic Party position on amnesty for illegals, like Ryan and McCain. We made a lot of progress towards making comprehensive immigration reform in 2013 and we aren't done yet, Liebermann wrote. Take a look at OFA organizers' favorite moments in the fight for reform this year. The second point on the list thanks McCain for working to help push the Senate Gang of Eight comprehensive immigration reform bill into the chamber. Senators from both sides of the aisle came together to produce a common-sense immigration reform bill, Liebermann wrote, before embedding an August 2013 Tweet from OFA Arizona with a photograph of McCain aimed to thank him for his leadership on amnesty. The third point congratulated the Senate passage of the bill, then the fourth cheered OFA activists attempting to force the House of Representatives to pass amnesty for illegal immigrants.
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ssad. ryan is dead to me. ron johnson, because of his ‘we have to live with obamacare, we can’t reverse/repeal it’ view, is now dead to me.
Ryan had better enjoy his power in the house.
He will never be President or Vice President.
He may not even get reelected to his house seat.
Yes but it will be an inadvertent mistake to be corrected later.
Trust me would I lie to you?
We made a lot of progress towards [sic] making [amnesty for illegal aliens] in 2013 and we aren't done yet, Liebermann wrote
The second point on the list thanks McCain for his leadership on amnesty. The fifth point list specifically thanks Ryan and Aaron Schock (R-IL) for their support for amnesty.
This is (figurative) ammo for any qualified Republican who might be considering a primary run vs Ryan or Schock (one suspects that McCain will not run again). A "thankyou" from the Dems for supporting amnesty for illegal aliens is an advertising gift of priceless value in a GOP primary.
Ryan is trying to make the case that he’s the next RINO in line to get the GOP nomination.
I am thinking that either Ryan has been in DC too long and is starting to go native or that the establishment has gotten to him.
More likely Ryan was always working for the other side and was reading from the appropriate script to get elected.
No, he was pretty good until he had to “play ball” with the Romney campaign.
We made a lot of progress towards making comprehensive immigration reform in 2013 and we aren’t done yet, Liebermann wrote. ........Too bad they cannot make the same statement We made a lot of progress towards helping the over 1 million American workers who remain unemployed in 2013 and we aren’t done yet,Unemployment benefits extended for over 2 years and they are more worried about the well being of illegals.
Ryan’s mentor Jack Kemp said illegal aliens were a blessing.
Paul Ryan once advocated that Border Patrol should not turn around everyone they encounter.
“He proposed focusing on border enforcement first, by providing legal border checkpoints and a guest worker program that would separate economic immigrants seeking jobs from what he called criminal immigrants.”
According to the telephone poll of 600 likely Arizona voters, 57 percent disapproved of the job Flake was doing as senator, while 30 percent approved.
The Nov. 27-to-Dec. 4 Susquehanna poll said 58 percent of likely voters disapproved of the way McCain was doing his job, compared with 38 percent who said they approved. The
Tagline—— applicable to Ryan?