by James Buchanan
Symbolically this is an extremely important election. Just two years ago, the Powers-that-be shoved John McCain on the Republican Party as an incredibly lame alternative to Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election.
While running in the Republican presidential primary, McCain could not even raise any money by the fourth quarter of 2007. Everyone thought he was an unpopular loser especially after the 2007 Amnesty Bill. McCain had to borrow $10 million during the fourth quarter just to stay in the race. Meanwhile, the genuinely popular Ron Paul raised $20 million in the same quarter from real Americans, who truly wanted him to be president.
Some day in the distant future, it may finally be revealed that McCain was the “chosen” candidate by various powerful special interests, who conspired to fix the primaries so that he would emerge victorious. Apparently all that had to be done was to steal a few of the early primaries for McCain. Once it looked like McCain was a strong candidate, it became a contest between the media darlings, McCain and Romney while Ron Paul was shut off from any media attention. Several alert citizens made youtube videos that showed alarming signs of vote fraud changing the election in McCain’s favor in New Hampshire like the one here.
The truth is that virtually no one in the rank and file of the Republican Party wants someone who is pro-Amnesty as a presidential candidate or as a Senator. During the 2010 primaries, with the Tea Party making a strong effort to remind people who supported Amnesty (not to mention tax increases and multi-billion dollars TARP pay outs), Senators Arlen Specter and Bob Bennett both had their long treasonous careers as phony Republicans put to an end this year in their primaries. Specter was chased out of the Republican Party and ran as a Democrat and still lost. Bennett tried to stay in the GOP and was destroyed in the GOP primary, scoring only 26 percent in a three-way race, finishing third.
Now if the pro-Amnesty Arlen Specter and Bob Bennett could be so easily fired by the American public, then why is McCain reportedly doing well in the polls? Well, the polls are probably lying. They want to demoralize the anti-McCain crowd by pretending that their man has an insurmountable lead.
The Arizona primary is slightly different than a typical Republican primary. Arizona has an “open” primary, which means that indecisive moderates and flaming liberal Democrats can vote for McCain and stick the Republican Party with a nauseating liberal sock puppet for a candidate.
Still, the most important issue this year in Arizona has been illegal immigration. 70 percent of the people in Arizona support the new immigration enforcement law, SB1070. This should make it mathematically IMPOSSIBLE for a pro-Amnesty liberal, like John McCain to win the GOP nomination, even in an open primary.
Unfortunately, John McCain has been LYING on a scale typically unseen, even in American politics. With a straight face, McCain has been looking into the camera and telling people that he never supported Amnesty even though his name was on the 2007 McCain Kennedy Amnesty Bill.
We can still beat McCain. Feel free to e-mail this article to everyone you know. All we need to do is:
1) Call all your relatives in Arizona and make sure they understand that McCain tried to give Amnesty to 20 million Mexicans in 2007, and that he is LYING when he denies doing that.
2) Tell them to ignore all the attacks against Hayworth being made by McCain. Absolutely nothing can compare to the harm an Amnesty for illegal aliens would do the US. And McCain is such a liar, you really can’t believe anything he says.
3) Tell your elderly relatives in Arizona that illegal aliens will steal all of their Social Security money if McCain is reelected and he helps pass an Amnesty in the future.
4) Contact the spoiler candidate, Jim Deakin, here. Politely tell him that he needs to drop out of the race as soon as possible and endorse Hayworth, which is what the Minuteman candidate did. You might want to point out that if Deakin stays in the race, many people will think he is being secretly paid by McCain to “spoil” the election by drawing off right wing votes from Hayworth, which will hurt Deakin’s credibility in future elections.
We need to send a loud and clear message that ANY Republican who favors Amnesty (or a “path to citizenship” as it is often dishonestly called) for the 20 million illegal aliens in the US is NOT welcome in the Republican party, and we sure as heck don’t want him to run for president –again. By voting against McCain in the primary on August 24th, we will make sure that this horrible closet liberal, who wants to turn our home into northern Mexico, will soon be an ex-Senator, and no longer a threat to the future of our country.