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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

McCain: F-ck The Ones Who Did It The Right Way!

Via Kausfiles:
Here’s NPR’s Mara Liasson, covering the candidates’ appearance before Last Week’s Latino Group: Both these candidates are for the same thing: a path to citizenship–that doesn’t reward people who come in illegally–but McCain did change his emphasis …

Liasson is being very careful not to overemphasize or underemphasize the difference between the candidates. She doesn’t exhibit any tilt toward Obama or toward McCain. It’s all exquisitely fair–except that she almost unconsciously embeds a bit of ludicrous BS that is common to both candidates: the idea that their legalization plans wouldn’t “reward people who come in illegally.” Of course they would. When you hear the candidates talk about sending illegals to the “back of the line,” remember that there are two lines: 1) An initial, typically very long line in which foreigners patiently wait years, sometimes decades, to get green cards that enable them to live here legally, and 2) a shorter second line of people who have green cards and want to become citizens. Neither Obama nor McCain would send illegals to the back of the first line–that would, in many cases, be tantamount to deporting them. On the contrary, the illegals who are already here get to pay a not-huge fine and skip Queue #1 entirely. They may go to the back of Queue #2, but that’s a queue they can wait out while working legally in the richest country on Earth–a reward the poor suckers who obeyed the law and are still lining up outside U.S. consulates abroad don’t get. …
Bi-partisanship means RINO crap stinks just as bad as a donkeys'.

via Get Drink and Vote 4 McCain
(an excellent website to stay up to date on the non-conservative GOP presidential candidate).

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