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Saturday, June 21, 2008

All you need to know about this Election & Immigration

John McCain, the media's pick for the GOP presidential candidate, is pandering to the illegal alien lobby, as usual. He'll be attending the National meeting of LaRaza, but doesn't have time to meet with Billy Graham. This week, he set up a series of 'private' meetings with hispanics ONLY.

Way to go, Johnny, divide us up some more! Shall we pretend to be democrats or illegal aliens in order to be heard by you?

Activist patriot Rosanna Pulido, who many of us know and love as 'Chicagolady' , being hispanic, was invited to one such event in Chicago this week. In an interview with AP, she states,

"He's one John McCain in front of white Republicans. And he's a different John McCain in front of Hispanics," complained Rosanna Pulido, a Hispanic and conservative Republican who attended the meeting.......He's having his private meetings to rally Hispanics and to tell them what they want to hear," she said. "I'm outraged that he would reach out to me as a Hispanic but not as a conservative."

Pulido, who heads the Illinois Minuteman Project, which advocates for restrictive immigration laws, said she thought McCain was "pandering to the crowd" by emphasizing immigration reform in his 15-minute speech.

The Article also states, " After the event, McCain met privately with Martin Sandoval, an Illinois state senator and Democratic convention delegate for former candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton. Sandoval said he left open the possibility of backing McCain, citing his immigration stance and pledge to keep business taxes low."

Isn't that special?

Ms. Pulido was also interviewed last night on the Lou Dobbs Show on CNN. That transcript follows.

Senator McCain is trying to have it both ways on the issue of illegal immigration as well. He’s doing it by pandering of course to ethnocentric interest groups. He assured in Chicago, Hispanic leaders at a late-night meeting that he would help push through legislation giving immigration reform a top priority, giving amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.

Rosanna Pulido, a Republican of Hispanic origin was at the meeting and she was troubled by many of the things Senator McCain had to say. She joins us tonight from Chicago.

ROSANNA PULIDO: Thanks, Lou. It is a privilege.

DOBBS: This meeting, the McCain campaign objecting to the reports that it was secret. Was it secret?

PULIDO: It was private. It was a private meeting.

DOBBS: Right. And who, who was there? What group, what umbrella?

PULIDO: Well, the Republican Hispanic Assembly was one of the sponsors of it. And there was a lot of different people including Illinois State Senator Martin Sandoval, who I know to be a Democrat.

DOBBS: Right. And what did the senator say? I mean, what is the point of this meeting? He had said to us all, for months that, he had learned, one thing in the campaign and that was border security first. In this meeting he said something quite differently, apparently?

PULIDO: That’s correct. I was hopeful hearing that John McCain got it one day he got it that we want enforcement first. And so I was hopeful going to the meeting, but all I heard was the mantra was comprehensive immigration reform. That to me as an illegal immigration activist is a code word for amnesty. The crowd cheered every time he mentioned those words, those code words. And he also made a statement that did you know that Spanish was the first language spoken in my home state of Arizona before English. The crowd went crazy.

DOBBS: You know the senator is absolutely wrong. Spanish was not the first language spoken in the state of Arizona. In point of fact there were a host of Indian dialects, native American dialects spoken there for hundreds of years before there was any Spanish spoken in Arizona, so somebody needs to counsel the good senator when he is pandering to ethnocentric interest groups.

He probably offended a great deal, great number of people who are Native Americans, from his home state. Don’t you think?

PULIDO: Absolutely and he offended me as a conservative, a Republican, I wish he would pander to me as a conservative. That’s what I would like, a little pandering our way. But as far as I’m concerned, John McCain is kicking the conservatives to the curb.

DOBBS: Well we thank you very much, Rosanna Pulido for being here.

Well, Lou and Rosanna, I can assure you Mr. McCain offends this Indian and my ancestors!


You tube --- Lou Dobbs interview with Rosanna Pulido.


Post of the Day!

Thanks to bill1952 !

” Unfortunately, McCain’s position on Comprehensive Immigration Reform is pretty well summed up by the bill’s name; McCain/Kennedy, and most of what I see now is his attempt to present a fish as if it is a bear.

It’s a tough job, and it is clear that John believes in his stand on immigration and has trouble in his heart and mind “spinning” it.

Remember that scene in A Few Good Men where Cruise says “I know he wants to say it - he wants to stand up and scream it?”

I strongly feel that this is McCain’s problem. He wants to stand up and say, “Hell yes, I’m for amnesty! That’s my name on the damn bill you damn fools!” - but that would lose him the election. “


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