Arizona’s 24-Year Senator Ridiculously Labels All Who Disagree With Him,
Open BordersA Bunch of Brown Shirts; John, Let’s Elevate The Debate
PHOENIX, ARIZONA. FEBRUARY 24, 2010. Yesterday, the McCain campaign issued a sophomoric press release attempting to discredit conservative challengerJ.D. Hayworth’s endorsement from the Americans for Legal Immigration, anational leaderin the fight against illegal immigration. The McCain campaign used sloppy research to suggest this group and anyone that disagrees with McCain or his amnesty plans is a hate monger. It was offensive not only to the Hayworth family but also should be to any American.
To borrow a phrase from the McCain family, “NOH8”. Furthermore, neither Arizona nor the country needs a lecture fromJohn McCainon race relations, someone who once defended Gov.Evan Mecham’s roll back of Arizona’s Martin Luther King Day.
“John and I have profound differences in this Republican primary. He’s a moderate and I’m a conservative. But let’s not allow the campaign to degenerate to this level. People who oppose him and his open borders policies are great Americans, just like John is,” Hayworth said.
For example, below are four examples ofKu Klux Klanand other extreme supporters of McCain. The Hayworth campaign does not believe they make McCain a hate monger. In fact, the Hayworth campaign has gone out of its way to commend McCain’s service to the country.
“So yeah, of course John McCain will get our vote,” said oneKu Klux Klanmember in their endorsement
McCain is vulnerable to the more conservative Hayworth on pro-life and pro-family issues as well as illegal immigration. McCain opposed the Bush Tax Cuts in 2001 and 2003. Hayworth also has a better lifetime rating fromCitizens Against Government Wasteand theAmerican Conservative Unionthan the 28-yearmember of Congress.
McCain voted for the $850 billion bailout of the big banks which included $150 billion in pork, proposed a $300 billion bailout for mortgage lenders and, according to theHeritage Foundation, sponsored anamnesty billthat would have cost taxpayers $2.6 trillion over the long-term. Just this past week McCain has been ridiculed across the country for claims that he was “misled” into voting for thebank bailout, despite his failure to voice any concerns that are now being expressed by him.