Skip to comments.New John McCain Ad Sets Record Straight on Obama's Role in Immigration Reform - Video 9/12/08
Posted on 09/12/2008 10:56:56 AM PDT by blogsforthompson.com
Here is a new John McCain Ad on "Immigration Reform." It is in Spanish and aimed at Hispanics to set the record straight no who actually tried to get Immigration Reform passed. Below is the translation:
ANNCR: Obama and his Congressional allies say they are on the side of immigrants. But are they?
The press reports that their efforts were poison pills that made immigration reform fail.
No guest worker program.
No path to citizenship.
No secure borders.
Is that being on our side?
Obama and his Congressional allies ready to block immigration reform, but not ready to lead.
JOHN MCCAIN: Im John McCain and I approve this message.
Whether you agree with McCain or not on his attempt at Immigration Reform, this is a brilliant strategy to win over Hispanic Voters. He has been a great friend to Hispanics, and this ad points out the reality that Obama is big on talk but short on actions. . . . . . (see video at link)
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Its a good ad.
Barf. McCain still hasn’t given up on amnesty. And just last night on his Virginia Web site, there were ads touting his “climate change” solution as a matter of “national security.”
I don’t even know what so say. Seems like astounding stupidity to remind voters about immigration.
“Whether you agree with McCain or not on his attempt at Immigration Reform, this is a brilliant strategy to win over Hispanic Voters. He has been a great friend to Hispanics,”
McCain needs to be a ‘friend’ and win over some US CITIZENS first! They’re NOT all hispanic and want amnesty, which I’m sure is a surprise to him. If McCain would get right on this subject he’d win this thing big. The ‘hispanics’ have already turned on him for all his pandering, just like they did Bush.
It's not the only dumb thing he's reminding voters about.
Last night, when I checked, his Virginia Web site (virginia.johnmcccain.com) was running ads touting climate change as a national security issue. (Wtf.)
McCain is still McCain. The only difference is that he's now hiding behind Palin.
Oops, that's virginia.johnmccain.com. Too many instances of the letter 'c'!
good thing it didn’t spell maccca
Does this idiot McCain want to lose? Gawd almighty. He is turning around and makin’ it hard for me.
What, exactly, does that mean? Without promising them goodies how has he been a friend?
Oh, so Obama is the reason illegals have "no path to citizenship"? And here I was hatin' on Obama!
“Mis amigos, me llamo Juan McCain, y yo quiero ...
Presidente de los Estados Unidos de Norte America!”
Funny thing is that almost to a man, all the American hispanics I know are vehemently anti illegal immigration.
Sounds to me like he’s pandering for illegal votes.
Well that’s ethical.
This was my comment on Jim’s thread. I don’t want it to be taken as a slam at Jim, because it’s not.
Jim and many folks on FR are going to vote for McCain because they recognize Obama to be a terrible prospect for President. I’m not going to fault them for it. I just can’t support John McCain. I’ve had it with voting in folks who will do serious damage to our nation, just because they other guy might do more.
Give me a guy who truly loves this nation, or don’t expect my vote. At any rather, here is my comment on that thread.
Once again, it reminds everyone going ga-ga over Sarah that the other guy has nothing but contempt for the people that he professes to be part of.
Truth is, Mad Johnny's got only one constituent: himself.
And only a guy who spends a lot of time looking in the mirror would think he can become the President of the U.S. on the votes of the citizens of Mexico.
It's a good ad. Everyone needs reminding.
Very effective ad.
Hispancs are going to vote for McCain is surprising numbers mostly due to Hispanic women who are working and love Palin.
More of the Palin effect.
“No secure borders.”
OH, if that isn’t just laughable!!!
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