Saturday, August 14, 2010

McCain doesn't back 14th Amendment change; Surprised ?
McCain tells Obama I'll whatever I can to help you get
comprehensive immigration passed.
Sen. John McCain says he does not support changing the Constitution to end automatic citizenship for children born to illegal immigrants.
The Republican Arizona senator told the Associated Press that despite the current flurry of news stories on the topic and a statement he made last week that was widely interpreted as saying he supported hearings on the matter, he remains unconvinced that such a change is needed. Instead, he argued that fully securing the border would "dramatically reduce" the problem.
What have you done to secure the border?" McCain when questioned by the Arizona Daily Star editorial board was asked; "What have you done to secure the border?" McCain's response? "Not enough."A majority of Arizonians and Americans feel exactly the same way. In the 28 years John McCain was not powerless to secure the border he was unwilling. Time and time again McCain supported immigration reform that would grant illegals amnesty. The most telling statement of all in the Star's interview is "If I were President, I would have come forward with a proposal. And people keep coming to me and saying 'what's your proposal?' And I say, 'look, I lost the election.'' Does this mean that because Americans rejected McCain's second bid to be President he didn't have plan unless elected? Apparently anything that has to do with illegals McCain's against it. 1 out of every 15 babies born in the United States is an anchor baby, 60,000 alone in Texas every year. At a cost to the taxpayer of $4,500 to $8,000 per baby . Clarify the damned 14th amendment. be