EVEN WHEN McCAIN IS OVER THERE HE CAN'T STOP PUSHING AMNESTY FOR ILLEGALS
Phoenix, AZ (JULY 5) - U.S. Senate Candidate J.D. Hayworth today said Sen. John McCain is promoting amnesty for illegal aliens even when he is traveling in a war zone overseas. "I guess he just can't help himself," Hayworth said. "While the Senator should be looking out for what is best for our troops fighting in Afghanistan, he goes on national television and talks about granting amnesty to illegal aliens." During an interview on national television yesterday, McCain was defending his flip-flop on building a fence between the U.S. and Mexico to keep illegal aliens out. But he could not help himself and said amnesty must be part of the solution. "We can get it (the border) secure, and then we can move on with comprehensive immigration reform," McCain said. Comprehensive immigration reform is code for amnesty for the 12 million illegal aliens living in the U.S. Last week, President Obama delivered a speech on the need for comprehensive immigration reform and singled out Sen. McCain as a leader in the past of promoting amnesty. "Under the leadership of Sen. Kennedy and Sen. John McCain, we worked across the aisle to help pass a bipartisan bill through the Senate," Obama said. He went on to lament the fact that under election-year pressure McCain and other Republicans have tried to back away from amnesty. "Even with the President trying to give him cover, Sen. McCain can't stop talking about amnesty," Hayworth said. "Make no mistake, if McCain is re-elected, he will stand with Obama and once again try to give illegal aliens amnesty and that will cost taxpayers trillions of dollars."