Skip to comments.McCain and Palin: Reunited and Feeling Good ("I support his position on immigration")
Posted on 03/30/2010 8:46:15 AM PDT by rabscuttle385
VAN SUSTEREN: Governor Palin, if you were vice president today, what would you be telling a President McCain about what to do about immigration, if anything?
PALIN: I support his position on immigration. It all comes down to securing the border. And he who has actually proposed some solutions, the Obama administration does not want to listen to Senator McCain or any other Republican, and that, of course, leads to a greater problem that we have in Washington, D.C. And it's that lack of the new administration's ability and enthusiasm for listening to those on the other side of the aisle who have some good solutions that they want considered.
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>> I support his position on immigration. It all comes down to securing the border. And he who has actually proposed some solutions...
The entire thought needs to be considered.
What “thought”? A trained monkey could have had a more coherent answer.
I like Sarah, and admire her loyalty, but she is wrong on McCain.
Woops missy you just lost my support...... send my money back and I am burning your autographed book.
It is, which is why we are aghast.
You just never quit, do you Rabs? Nice try, but I can read the ‘whole’ thing.
Anybody who is blathering about how her Mccain support is just about her loyalty to Mccain and she should be given a pass....needs to reevaluate themselves after telling the world she supports that RINO on immigration.
And in the proper context no less!
"In the long term, if you alienate the Hispanics,
youll pay a heavy price.
By the way, I think the fence is least effective.
But Ill build the G****mned fence if they want it!"
U.S. SEN. JOHN MCCAIN, FEB. 2007
"We need to sit down as Americans
and recognize these are Gods children as well.
And they need some protection under the law;
they need some of our love and compassion."
U.S. SEN. JOHN MCCAIN, 28 NOV. 2007
"There are jobs that Americans will not do,
so we have to make it possible for someone to come
to this country to do a job that an American wont do
and then go back to the country from where they came."
U.S. SEN. JOHN MCCAIN, 16 OCT. 2004
"I know...we're screwed...keep smiling..."
wasn’t much there there Rabs
Greta soft pedaled that one and let them answer with platitudes
but you are right
she will have to take a stand or not
if she comes out for amnesty and she’s lost my support
plain and simple
he was right besiade her during the interview, talked about it 1st.
She was commenting on what McCain just stated, he was talking about securing the border nothing about amnesty, and she said she agreed with his position (what he just said).
Nope, not like Gov. Palin.
Or should I say...former Governor Palin!
I support his position on immigration.
She didnt say..I only support part of his position on immigration
His position is amnesty.
no but she went on to clarify about closed borders...I’m not convinced she is for amnesty yet
VAN SUSTEREN: One of the big issues in the campaign was immigration in 2008, and you supported a path to citizenship as part of the immigration
I do not support Amnesty John’s position. Block entry: yep, I support that.
Pathway to citizenship from this side of the border: nope, don’t support that.
You need to stop running with dogs. You’re getting fleas and their bites carry something that’s infecting the “common sense” lobe in your brain.
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