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A Children's Video Treasury of John McCain's Love For Illegal Mexican Evildoers

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Oh here's Juan McCain and his new friend (?!) the Mexican-Smashing Skinhead walking along the invisible (?) border fence that keeps Juan McCain from returning home to Teddy Roosevelt's Panama, and it looks like today ol' Walnuts *doesn't* like illegal immigration -- which is something, really, coming from Teddy Kennedy's best friend. John McCain invented shamnesty, and just a couple of years ago you COULD NOT SHUT HIM UP about how he was going to "solve" the Mexican Menace by tearing up the Constitution (which doesn't even *mention* Mexicans) and saying, "Open Borders, Amigos!"

This is more like it: Real American Wingnuts booing and hissing at Internationalist McCain welcoming his Mexican Brothers to America, *legally*, as long as they contribute to his re-election fund.

Here's McCain telling the ghost of Tim Russert that of course President Juan McCain will sign the Ted Kennedy Shamnesty Bill.

And here's the goddamned traitor telling Real Americans that they can't pick lettuce like a Mexican in Yuma, and then taunting these True Patriots by telling them he will pay FIFTY DOLLARS AN HOUR to each lazy fat ignorant white slob who will actually pick lettuce in Yuma all summer. Why does John McCain hate white people so much? Because John McCain is a Mexican from Socialist Mexico, why do you think?

And here's known black person/Kenyan illegal immigrant Barack Hussein Obama proudly declaring to Democrats that he stands side-by-side with John McCain and Ted Kennedy on "comprehensive immigration reform," because his radical Islamic version of America is "a nation of immigrants." Oh really, Barack and McCain?

And here, from John McCain's official statement on Immigration, in which he says that while it's impossible to know which Mexicans are here to work and which Mexicans are here to continue their terrorists attacks on America such as 9/11, only John McCain has the "presidential leadership" to pass comprehensive shamnesty by allowing all Terrorists currently in the nation to become citizens, as long as they contribute to John McCain's re-election campaign. These are his actual words:

"So I defend, with no reservation, our proposal to offer the people who harvest our crops, tend our gardens, work in our restaurants, care for our children and clean our homes the chance to be legal citizens of this country." [YouTube]

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A guest post by "Knitsy McPurlson," which we suspect is not a real name.

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